Hour Shifts Sample Clauses

Hour Shifts. Should the Employer wish to introduce ten (10) hour shifts the employees affected will be entitled to an additional fifteen (15) minute break to be taken within the last two (2) hours of work.
Hour Shifts. 34.01 (a) The normal workweek shall be composed of an average of thirty-seven and one-half (37½) hours per week over the period scheduled by the Employer. The normal workday shall be seven and one-half (7½) hours exclusive of an unpaid meal period within eight (8) consecutive hours. (b) The normal daily paid hours of work for the “Shift Engineer” as defined by the Operating EngineersAct, will comprise eight (8) consecutive hours inclusive of two (2) fifteen minute rest periods and one paid thirty (30) minute meal period. The normal weekly paid hours of work shall consist of forty (40) hours per week over the period scheduled by the Employer.
Hour Shifts. The Employer reserves the right to implement 12 hour shifts (excluding breaks) upon thirty (30) days' notice. After implementing 12 hour shifts, the Employer reserves the right to return to 8 hour shifts upon sixty (60) days' notice. The ability to work the full shift as scheduled by the Employer is an essential function of the position. Any medical scheduling limitation shall be limited to ninety (90) days, subject to initial and periodic medical verification in accordance with 16.1 (G)(3).
Hour Shifts. The Employer acknowledges the importance of and CRONA’s interest in maintaining the eight (8)/twelve (12) hour shift mix and will endeavor to maintain them as long as it remains operationally feasible.
Hour Shifts. When an employee has not been notified the previous day that he will be required to work beyond his normal quitting time, prior to commencing the overtime work, he shall be provided with a meal and be allowed thirty (30) minutes to consume same and the employee shall be paid at the base hourly rate of pay. After each additional four (4) hours is worked and when work is required beyond that four (4) hour period, the employee shall be allowed thirty (30) minutes to eat and be paid at the base hourly rate of pay and he shall be provided with a meal. The Employer will supply a hot meal when possible. Where an employee has been notified the previous day, no meal will be provided prior to commencement of overtime work, but the employee will be allowed thirty (30) minutes to eat and be paid at the base hourly rate of pay. After each additional four (4) hours is worked and when work is required beyond that four (4) hour period, the employee shall be allowed thirty (30) minutes to eat and be paid at the base hourly rate of pay and he shall be provided with a meal. The above-noted is not applicable to the first ten (10) hours worked on Saturdays, Sundays or Recognized Holidays for employees who normally work the first and second shifts. When a paid meal period overlaps a rest period, the paid meal period will supplant the rest period.
Hour Shifts. No employee returning from escort duty shall be required to commence another regular eleven and one-quarter (11 1/4) hour shift within twelve (12) hours of his/her return unless otherwise agreed between the Employer and the employee concerned. In cases where an employee is required to work beyond 0200 hours, and who has not had a sufficient rest period, he/she shall be entitled to up to a twelve (12) hour rest period. The first eight (8) hours of the rest period shall be without loss of pay and the remainder shall be granted at his/her option, as compensatory overtime or annual leave.
Hour Shifts. An employee on the 12-hour shift operation whose regularly scheduled shift calls for him/her to be on duty on a Saturday or Sunday will be paid a premium rate of time and one half (1½) for such hours worked on each or either of these days.