HOURS OF. WORK The apprentice’s hours shall be flexible and may change as needed without entitlement to premium pay other than overtime.
HOURS OF. The normal hours of work for employees engaged fence erection shall be forty-four hours made up of four days of nine hours each, Monday to Thursday inclusive, and eight hours on Friday. Article Overtime R- ates- One and one-half times the basic rate for hours worked in excess of normal hours in any one day, Monday to Friday and all hours worked on Saturdays the Statutory Holidays listed in the master portion of Agreement. Two times the basic rate will be for all hours worked on Sundays. Article ‘Welfare and Pension Plans Not applicable. - - -Artic-le T-rade -Impro-vemen- t Plan- Not applicable. APPENDIX A -MOO-SE R- IVE-R BA- SIN: NORTH-ERN - ONT-ARIO- Where the Employer elects to establish a camp, the following conditions will apply for employees working in the Moose River Basin: - - Employer may elect to provide free room and board in camp at no cost to the employee., Where the Employer elects to provide a camp such employees will not be entitled to receive a daily travel or room board allowance. ‘When an Employer does not elect to provide free room and board in camp, the employee will be entitled to receive a daily travel or room and board allowance as set out in employee who remains in camp on a normally scheduled day on which he does not work will be charged per day unless he is excused from work a reason by the medical or an of his Employer. employee who is absent from work without approval and who remains in camp and is still. absent work the following day without approval will be charged for the day of absence and each successive day of absence. -Hour-s of W- ork- ‘The hours of work will consist of a day cycle of fourteen consecutive work days followed by seven consecutive days off. scheduled hours of work of ten hours per day shall be paid at straight time hourly rates. scheduled hours of work on Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, and fifth consecutive weekday shall be paid at two the straight time rate.
HOURS OF. The following provision designating regular hours on a daily tour and regular daily tours over the nursing schedule determined by the Hospital shall not be construed to be a guarantee of the hours of work to be performed on each tour or during each tour schedule. Subject to Article below: The normal daily tour shall be seven and one-half (7 consecutive hours in any (24) hour period exclusive of an unpaid one-half hour meal period, it being understood that at the change of tour there will normally be additional time required for reporting which shall be considered to be part of the normal daily tour, for a period of up to fifteen (15) minutes duration. Should the reporting time extend beyond fifteen (15) minutes, however, the entire period shall be considered overtime for the purposes of payment under Article Nurses shall be entitled, subject to the exigencies of patient care, to relief periods during the tour on the basis of 5) minutes for each half tour. The scheduling of meal periods and relief periods shall be determined by local negotiations. The regular daily tours of duty of a full-time nurse shall average five (5) days per week over the nursing schedule determined by the Hospital. Full-time schedules shall be determined by local negotiation. Full-time nurses in the bargaining unit engaged in teaching in Schools for shall work a flexible schedule, Monday to Friday, averaging hours per week over the schedule to be determined by local negotiations. (Last paragraph of applies to nurses only). Where a nurse notifies her or his supervisor that she or he has been or will be unable to take the normal lunch break due to the requirement of providing patient care, such nurse shall be paid time and one half (1 her or his regular straight time hourly rate for all time worked in excess of her or his normal daily hours.
HOURS OF. Hours of work shall be scheduled by the Company in accordance with its requirements. Time and one-half shall be paid for all hours worked in excess of eight hours per day or forty hours per week, Monday through Friday, to Highway Transport Drivers who are paid at a weekly rate. For the purposes of this paragraph, a shift shall be deemed to fall on the day on which it During the period that tomatoes are being processed, probationary and seasonal employees shall be paid over- time at the rate of time and one-half for all hours worked in of forty hours per week. The Company shall post notices prior to any work week when this period shall begin. Double time shall be paid for work performed on Sunday except to probationary and seasonal employees during the season. When the Company decides that overtime work necessary, throughout the period of to Friday, inclusive, it will be first assigned to on same shift who are the work required, and then by shift seniority, provided they are ready and for such work. overtime work is required on Saturday, Sunday or on a paid holiday, it will be allocated by seniority on a shift basis, provided the employees concerned have the necessary skill, merit and ability to perform the work required. Shifts will be determined by the following guidelines: The employees shall be deemed to be working on the shift on which he has spent the majority of his time during the week, Monday to Friday, preceding the Saturday and Sunday overtime.
HOURS OF a) The regular work week for drivers will begin at Sunday. Hours will be in keeping with regulations, however, said driver assigned to open board jobs will begin with a punch in Sunday up to and including a punch in of a.m. Saturday in keeping with regulations. The regular work day will be in keeping with hours of service, however said driver after obtaining twelve (12) hours once coming on duty may decline additional work offered to them upon their arrival at their home terminal or Drivers who have obtained a full load which constitutes returning to their terminal will not be redirected to any drop yard or other location but shall continue to their terminal provided that: Any additional pickups are not part of a designed customer run; The employee notifies dispatch of his intention to decline beyond twelve
HOURS OF. WORK (Gen)
HOURS OF. (a) The standard hours of work for all employees working more than twenty-four (24) hours per week will be forty (40) hours per week based on five days of eight (8) hours each day, Monday through Friday. For all employees working twenty-four hours per week or less, the normal work or less, the normal work week shall be regulated by Employer after discussion with the Union Committee, For employees working twenty-four (24) or less the normal work week will be confined-to five days per week, Monday through Friday. For all employees working more than twenty-four (24) hours per week the standard day shift hours will be arranged to start no earlier than a. and end no later than Employees performing custodial type work will work a nine (9) hour span with one hour off for a lunch break; others will work an eight and one-half hour span with one-half hour off for a lunch break. The hours of work for the Courier will be arranged to start earlier than a.m.. From the first full week following the last official day of school in June until the last full week ending prior to the first official start of school in September inclusive, a revised schedule affecting all employees working more than hours per week will be implemented to the following extent: Monday am to hours Tuesday am to hours Wednesday am to hours Thursday am to hours Friday am to am hours with a thirty (30) minute lunch period Monday to Thursday In addition, during the Mid Winter Break and the Christmas Break although the hours of work will not be changed as above, the employees will take a thirty (30) minute lunch period Monday to Friday. From the first full week following the last official day of school in June until the last full week ending prior to the first official start of school in September inclusive, the Break Mid-Winter Break, employees working or fewer hours per week will be entitled to bank hours and utilize these banked hours only during these specified periods. During the months of July and August secondary schools and the Board office -Complex will be staffed on Friday afternoons as required by one custodian on a rotating basis within the standard hour work week. It is understood and agreed that the Board has the right to establish an afternoon shift in any school and the Board Office (Building Complex). Assignment to the afternoon shift, other than in emergency situations, will be made on the basis of lowest seniority if no employee requests the position as a result of a posting
HOURS OF. The work day is a hour period running from midnight one day to midnight the following day. The work week begins at Sunday and ends at the following Sunday. Regular hours in a week shall be forty (40) hours, worked in five (5) consecutive days, eight (8) hours per day, and when the plant is on a five day schedule such hours shall be worked Monday through Friday. However, if it is necessary to implement a Tuesday to Saturday shift a premium of per hour shall be paid for all hours worked on the fifth day, Saturday. The hours of work, other than when shifts are required, shall be scheduled between and Monday through Friday. Shift Hours When shifts are scheduled, assigned employees who start work between the hours of: a) and a.m. are considered on the day shift and will receive regular rate. and are considered on the second shift and will receive the second shift differential. and midnight are considered on the third shift and will receive the third shift differential. Shift differentials shall not apply when an employee is being paid on an overtime basis. Except by mutual consent, no individual's regularly scheduled hours shall be changed without twenty-four hours notice. If such schedule is changed without consent and without proper notice the employee will be paid time and one-half his regular straight time rate for all hours worked outside the previous schedule, until the expiry of the required period of notice. Lunch Period A minute lunch period will be provided as close to the middle of the shift as the efficiency of the operation permits. An employee required to work this lunch period shall be paid one and one-half his regular straight time rate for such time worked. The lunch period for employees engaged in a continuing shift operation will be included in their regular hours of work. An employee who is required to work continuously for more than hours, exclusive of one lunch period in the hour work day shall be provided a lunch by the Company and be allowed minutes off, with pay, to eat same at the conclusion of the regular shift. If lunch is not provided allowance of will be paid to the employee. Relief Period A fifteen (15) minute relief period as close to the middle of each half shift as the efficiency of the operation permits, shall be provided plant employees, providing the working time of the half shift exceeds hours. Dail y & Weekly Overtime A l l hours worked in excess of forty (40) straight hours any work week or eight straight hours in any one...
HOURS OF. Hours Eight hours shall constitute a day’s work and forty hours a week’s work for purpose ofcomputing overtime. This shall not be considered as a limitation on the number of hours per day or per week the Company may operate its plant or schedule its employees. Schedule of Working Hours and Days The normal workweek shall consist of a Monday Friday workweek schedule. Any regular scheduled three shift production line operation will start on Sunday night at I PM. Ifproduction requires certain positions begin work before 1 due to stat- up issues, those employees shall he paid at one and one half times their regular time for that time. In the case of twelve extended shifts the regular start time shall be It is agreed the normal shift starting times be established by agreement between the Company and the Union. Any deviation from the previously agreed shift scheduling for the purpose ofmeeting varying operational requirements shall be by mutual agreement. The Company and Union both agree to every way possible to insure that working schedules are in accord with production requirements. Any scheduled line sanitation shall commence immediately following the completion of that day’s scheduled Company will provide employees with a thirty minute paid lunch break when working (I hour shifts. The Company agrees that should be rest period of (I minutes in the first fifteen minutes in the second each shift. A hour lunch period shall be granted each full work shift. These periods arc to be at of department leader. A period of fifteen will be provided between regular shift and overtime, provided the employee works one (I) hour of An additional minutes rest period will be provided if working beyond two hours. on work arc required to be ready and on the job in department prepared commence work shift xxxxxxxx