Interest Period With respect to each LIBOR Rate Loan (a) initially, the period commencing on the Drawdown Date of such LIBOR Rate Loan and ending one, two, three or, to the extent available from all Lenders, six months thereafter, and (b) thereafter, each period commencing on the day following the last day of the next preceding Interest Period applicable to such Loan and ending on the last day of one of the periods set forth above, as selected by the Borrower in a Loan Request or Conversion/Continuation Request; provided that all of the foregoing provisions relating to Interest Periods are subject to the following:
Notice of Interest Period and Interest Rate Promptly after receipt of a Notice of Borrowing pursuant to Section 2.02(a), a notice of Conversion pursuant to Section 2.09 or a notice of selection of an Interest Period pursuant to the definition of “Interest Period”, the Administrative Agent shall give notice to the Borrower and each Lender of the applicable Interest Period and the applicable interest rate determined by the Administrative Agent for purposes of clause (a)(i) or (a)(ii) above.
Number of Interest Periods There may be no more than 6 different Interest Periods for LIBOR Loans outstanding at the same time.
Paid Rest Periods All Employees shall be given a paid rest period of fifteen (15) minutes in the first and second half of their daily shift in an area made available by the Employer. If mutually agreed to between the parties, the two (2) rest periods shall be combined.
Rest Period During each normal work day, Saturdays, Sundays, and shift work, employees will be entitled to two (2) ten (10) minute paid rest periods to be scheduled and observed. When working a four (4) day, ten (10) hour schedule, the rest period will be fifteen (15) minutes each. - one (1) rest period at the mid-way point of the first half of the normal hours of work; - one (1) rest period at the mid-point of the second half of the normal hours of work. Rest period will be measured from ceasing work to commencement of labour and will be taken at a time determined by the employer.
Additional Interest on Eurodollar Rate Advances The Borrower shall pay to each Lender, so long as such Lender shall be required under regulations of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to maintain reserves with respect to liabilities or assets consisting of or including Eurocurrency Liabilities, additional interest on the unpaid principal amount of each Eurodollar Rate Advance of such Lender, from the date of such Advance until such principal amount is paid in full, at an interest rate per annum equal at all times to the remainder obtained by subtracting (i) the Eurodollar Rate for the Interest Period for such Advance from (ii) the rate obtained by dividing such Eurodollar Rate by a percentage equal to 100% minus the Eurodollar Rate Reserve Percentage of such Lender for such Interest Period, payable on each date on which interest is payable on such Advance. Such additional interest shall be determined by such Lender and notified to the Borrower through the Administrative Agent, and such determination shall be conclusive and binding for all purposes, absent manifest error.
Additional Rest Periods When an employee performs authorized overtime work of at least three (3) hours duration, the Hospital will schedule a rest period of fifteen (15) minutes duration.
Duration of normal Interest Periods Subject to Clauses 6.3 and 6.4, each Interest Period shall be:
Interest and Applicable Margins (a) Borrower shall pay interest to Agent, for the ratable benefit of Lenders with respect to the various Loans made by each Lender, in arrears on each applicable Interest Payment Date, at the following rates: (i) with respect to the Revolving Loans which are designated as Index Rate Loans (and for all other Obligations not otherwise set forth below), the Index Rate plus the Applicable Revolver Index Margin per annum or, with respect to Revolving Loans which are designated as LIBOR Loans, at the election of Borrower, the applicable LIBOR Rate plus the Applicable Revolver LIBOR Margin per annum; and (ii) with respect to such portion of the Term Loans designated as an Index Rate Loan, the Index Rate plus the Applicable Term Loan Index Margin per annum or, with respect to such portion of the Term Loans designated as a LIBOR Loan, the applicable LIBOR Rate plus the Applicable Term Loan LIBOR Margin per annum. The Applicable Margins shall be as follows: Applicable Revolver Index Margin 2.75 % Applicable Revolver LIBOR Margin 3.75 % Applicable Term Loan Index Margin 2.75 % Applicable Term Loan LIBOR Margin 3.75 % 1 Borrower to supply account information. provided; however, the Applicable Margins, with respect to the Term Loan, shall be adjusted (up or down) prospectively on a quarterly basis as determined by Holdings’ and its Subsidiaries’ consolidated financial performance. Adjustments in Applicable Margins will be determined by reference to the following grids: Level of Applicable Margin Leverage Ratio Applicable Term Loan Index Margin Applicable Term Loan LIBOR Margin Level I ³ 4.00 to 1.00 3.25 % 4.25 % Level II ³ 2.50 to 1.00, and < 4.00 to 1.00 2.75 % 3.75 % Level III < 2.50 to 1.00 2.25 % 3.25 % All adjustments in the Applicable Margins shall be implemented quarterly on a prospective basis, five (5) Business Days after the date of delivery to Lenders of the quarterly unaudited Financial Statements evidencing the need for an adjustment. Concurrently with the delivery of those Financial Statements, Borrower shall deliver to Agent and Lenders a certificate, signed by its chief financial officer, setting forth in reasonable detail the basis for the continuance of, or any change in, the Applicable Margins. If any Default or an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing at the time any reduction in the Applicable Margins is to be implemented, that reduction shall be deferred until the first day of the first calendar month following the date on which all Defaults or Events of Default are waived or cured.
Rest Period After Overtime (a) When overtime work is necessary, it will, wherever reasonably practicable, be so arranged that employees have at least 10 consecutive hours off duty between the work of successive days or shifts, including overtime.