HOURS AND OVERTIME Sample Clauses

HOURS AND OVERTIME. 3:1 A workweek is defined as seven (7) consecutive calendar days, from Saturday midnight to Saturday midnight. The basic workweek shall consist of five (5) workdays of eight (8) hours each and shall begin Monday and run through Friday, except when a job other than for a public utility is to be done on Saturday, then the Company may assign another day as a non-workday and Saturdays becomes a workday in the basic workweek. An extended workweek shall begin at starting time Monday and continue until the next Monday starting time. The regular hours of work for all employees shall be from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with an unpaid meal period of thirty (30) minutes which normally will be from 12:00 noon to 12:30 p.m. provided, however, that the regular lunch period may be advance or delayed an hour or less when work must necessarily be performed during the regular lunch period. Such a change in the lunch period shall not be deemed to require the payment of overtime. The regular hours of work may be changed by the Company at the request or direction of the public utility or governmental authorities, and by mutual agreement between the Company and the Union. The Company may change the start times by 30 minutes in either direction of the regular start time to meet the operational need without union approval. Such a change in the regular hours of work shall not be deemed to require the payment of overtime.
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HOURS AND OVERTIME. A. The guaranteed basic work week for all full time em­ ployees shall be forty (40) hours per week, consisting of five (5) eight (8) hour days.
HOURS AND OVERTIME. 9.1 All Regular employees will receive full-time employment for each workweek employed, provided they report for duty and are capable of performing their work. This is not to be interpreted that the City does not retain the right to lay off or release employees on account of lack of work or other valid reason at the end of the workweek.
HOURS AND OVERTIME. 3:1 A workweek is defined as seven (7) consecutive calendar days, from Saturday midnight to Saturday midnight. The basic workweek shall consist of five (5) workdays of eight (8) hours each and shall begin Monday and run through Friday, except when a job other than for a public utility is to be done on Saturday, then the Company may assign another day as a non-workday and Saturdays becomes a workday in the basic workweek. An extended workweek shall begin at starting time Monday and continue until the next Monday starting time. The regular hours of work for all employees shall be from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with an unpaid meal period of thirty (30) minutes for lunch to start between the fourth (4th) and fifth (5th) hour shall constitute a workday; two (2), fifteen (15) minute breaks will be allowed per (8) hour day and every (4) hours thereafter or major infraction thereof. This break time provision applies to all work schedules under this Agreement. The regular hours of work may be changed by the Company at the request or direction of the public utility or governmental authorities, and by mutual agreement between the Company and the Union. The Company may change the start times by 30 minutes in either direction of the regular start time to meet the operational need without union approval. Company may change start times up to 60 minutes in either direction but agrees to provide one weeks’ notice of this change in work schedule and shall be effective for a minimum of one (1) full week. Such a change in the regular hours of work shall not be deemed to require the payment of overtime. The regular hours of work may be changed by the Company at the request or direction of the public utility or governmental authorities, and by mutual agreement between the Company and the Union. The Company may change the start times by 30 minutes in either direction of the regular start time to meet the operational needs without union approval. Such a change in the regular hours of work shall not be deemed to require the payment of overtime.
HOURS AND OVERTIME. (a) The regular hours of work in all the forest products operations shall be eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours per week with rate and one-half for any hours worked over eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours per week, except as provided in (b) below. Production employees shall be paid rate and one-half for Saturday and/or Sunday regardless of the number of hours worked during the week, except as provided in (b) below.
HOURS AND OVERTIME. 8.1 WORK DAY / WEEK / MONTH / YEAR
HOURS AND OVERTIME. 1. The regular workweek for patrol officers (excluding SAT), canine officers and officers assigned to the Telephone Reporting Unit shall be a four (4) day, forty (40) hour week. Except as provided at Paragraphs 3 and 6 of this Article or elsewhere in this Agreement, for all other officers, including SAT, traffic, detective, administrative, and support personnel, the regular week shall be a five (5) day (at the discretion of the County) forty (40) hour week. Roll call shall be included in the regular workday. All hours worked in excess of a regular workday or forty (40) hours per week shall be compensated at time and a half except for:
HOURS AND OVERTIME. A. Workweek The workweek shall consist of no more than five (5) consecutive days of eight (8) hours/day. This Article shall not restrict the extension of the regular workday or workweek on an overtime basis when such is necessary to carry on the business of the District. The District may establish a ten (10) hour/day, four (4) day work week for all or certain classes of its employees or for employees within a class if the District and the affected employees mutually agree to such a calendar. The President of CSEA Ceres #140 will be notified prior to implementing such a change.
HOURS AND OVERTIME. 10.1 Each employee shall report for work at the employee’s regularly established headquarters and shall return thereto at the conclusion of the day’s work, except as otherwise directed by the District. The time spent in traveling between such headquarters and the job site shall be considered as time worked.