HOURS OF WORK i) Where employees are now working a longer daily tour, the provisions set out in this Article governing the regular hours of work on a daily tour shall be adjusted accordingly.
HOURS OF WORK. 13.01 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 13.02 below:
HOURS OF WORK. The parties agree that the current working arrangements for hours of work provisions (including, but not limited to, the daily maximum ordinary hours, work cycles and the taking of meal breaks and rest periods) may be altered during the life of the agreement following consultation and agreement between the company and the majority of affected site personnel so as to provide greater flexibility and to meet project and /or shift work or operational requirements. The criteria that will be used in assessing the desirability of proposed change sin hours of work will include the impact on efficiency operational and project requirements, productivity and quality of life. The parameters for ordinary hours for the purpose of this agreement shall be an average of 38 hours (36 hours) per week and shall be between 6.00am and 6.00pm on any or all of the days Monday to Friday. The ordinary hours of work shall be worked continuously except for meal breaks. Different methods of implementation of the hours of work may be applied to various groups or sections of employees by agreement. An employees weekly ordinary hours of work can consist of both day work and shift work, provided that the appropriate shift allowance is paid for any shift in accordance with clause 22.6 of the Parent Award.
HOURS OF WORK. The normal hours of work shall be seven and one-half (7 ½) hours per day, exclusive of a thirty (30) minute meal period. The Employer will use its best efforts to ensure that such thirty (30) minute meal period is uninterrupted. It is recognized that emergency situations do arise, and at such times the employees shall be requested to interrupt their meal period. In this event, the remainder of the meal period will be rescheduled for a mutually agreed upon time. All employees will be allowed one (1) rest period for each four (4) hour work period, of fifteen (15) minutes duration without reduction in pay and without increase to regular working hours. For the purposes of this agreement the night shift shall be considered the first shift of the day. Authorized work performed in excess of seven and one-half (7 ½) hours per day or seventy-five (75) hours, will be counted as overtime and will be paid for at the rate of time and one-half (1 ½) times the employee’s regular hourly earnings. An employee who is absent on paid time during his scheduled work week because of sickness, Worker’s Compensation, bereavement, holiday or Union leave, on scheduled days of work, shall be considered as if he had worked during his regular scheduled hours during such absence for the calculation of eligibility for overtime rates. Changes, if required, will be based on the need to provide efficient, quality care for resident. Changes will not be implemented without concern for and in consultation with the employee involved and with the Union. In the absence of a Registered Nurse, the Registered Practical Nurse who has been designated on the schedule as “In Charge” by the Employer, for the night shift, shall be paid for the one half hour lunch period. It is understood and agreed that Registered Practical Nurse must remain in the building during this paid one half hour lunch period.
HOURS OF WORK. 26.3.1 As provided in Article 3 (commencing at section 1810), Chapter 1, Part 7, Division 2, of the Labor Code, eight (8) hours of labor shall constitute a legal day of work. The time of service of any worker employed at any time by Developer or by any Subcontractor on any subcontract under the Contract Documents upon the Work or upon any part of the Work contemplated by the Contract Documents shall be limited and restricted by Developer to eight (8) hours per day, and forty (40) hours during any one week, except as hereinafter provided. Notwithstanding the provisions hereinabove set forth, Work performed by employees of Developer in excess of eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours during any one week, shall be permitted upon this public work upon compensation for all hours worked in excess of eight (8) hours per day at not less than one and one-half times the basic rate of pay.
HOURS OF WORK. The Executive’s normal days and hours of work shall coincide with the Company’s regular business hours. The nature of the Executive’s employment with the Company requires flexibility in the days and hours that the Executive must work, and may necessitate that the Executive work on other or additional days and hours. The Company reserves the right to require the Executive, and the Executive agrees, to work during other or further days or hours than the Company’s normal business hours.
HOURS OF WORK. The annual hours of work exclusive of meal periods taken away from the workstation but including paid holidays will be 1827, which is equivalent to an average of 35 hours per week. The 1827 annual hours means that all work schedules will be based on that figure. Due to varying lengths of the calendar and work years and the varying times that employees may begin and end their work schedules, an employee will be required to work an average of 1827 hours.
HOURS OF WORK. 15.01 Employees shall work the hours scheduled by the Corporation which will be up to Twenty-four (24) per week averaged over a period of up to four (4) weeks.* The averaging of hours shall not constitute a contravention of this collective agreement. The Parties agree that the normal scheduling practice shall be the scheduling of shifts no less than four (4) hours in duration. Any regular scheduling of shifts less than four (4) hours in duration shall be mutual consent of the Corporation and the union. Employees scheduled to work in excess of five (5) hours shall receive an unpaid 30 minute meal break in accordance with the Employment Standards Act. However, employees where required by the Corporation shall take their meal break at their work station and shall be paid for the meal period. Reasonable personal breaks shall be permitted. Where required, employees shall work shifts on weekends and holidays if so scheduled. Employees who are unable to work their scheduled evening or weekend shift for valid reasons shall be required to utilize reasonable efforts to find a qualified replacement for their absence from work unless prevented from doing so by emergency circumstances. In such cases, the Corporation shall not be responsible for payment of any monies in addition to those which the scheduled employee would have earned had such employee not been absent from work. Equally, where two (2) employees mutually agree to exchange shifts, no additional payment will be made by the Corporation to either employee. All instances of shift trading or substitution must be reported to the Supervisor or designate, and are subject to the Supervisor or designee’s approval. Recognizing that there may be exceptional circumstances where approval cannot be obtained in advance, provided operational needs are met, a maximum of six (6) shift changes or substitutions may occur where approval is obtained after the shift is worked. The Corporation does not guarantee any hours of work per day or per week or to pay for any time not worked except as specifically provided for in this Agreement. *NOTE: Any change to current averaging practices shall be discussed with the Union prior to implementation.
HOURS OF WORK. Apprentices shall work the same hours and be subject to the same conditions regarding overtime rates as the journeymen/women employed by the Company. In case an apprentice is required to work overtime he/she shall receive credit on the term of apprenticeship for only the actual hours of work. In no case will an apprentice work overtime without a journeyman/woman in his/her trade, unless all available journeymen/women in his/her trade have refused to work the overtime.