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Items of Work. The CONSULTANT shall provide all required professional construction engineering services necessary to provide construction management, project inspection and materials testing. The intent of the Contract is to have the CONSULTANT provide a Resident Engineer along with appropriate staff for full time inspection, materials testing, and construction management services. The work shall meet the minimum requirements identified in this Scope of Services shall include the following tasks:
Items of Work. The CONSULTANT shall provide all required professional planning and engineering services necessary to prepare final documents and related services. The intent of the Contract is to have the CONSULTANT develop a Local Roadway Safety Plan. The work shall meet the minimum requirements identified in this Scope of Services.
Items of Work. Reimbursable items of work include non-salary expense items not included in the scope of work but necessary for the work, authorized in writing in advance by the DIRECTOR or his designee. Reimbursable direct costs may include the following:

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  • OF WORK The following is intended to define the normal hours of work for the full-time employees, but shall not be interpreted as a guarantee of hours of work per day or per week, or days of work per week. The regular work shift for full-time employees shall be seven and one-half working hours per day of meal periods. The seven and one-half working hours per day will be worked within an eight hour period. The employer agrees that there shall be no split shifts. It is mutually agreed that existing arrangements for lunch periods in the various nursing homes will continue as at the date of the signing of this Agreement. During the changeover from Daylight Savings Time to Eastern Standard Time, or vice versa, an employee shall be paid for 7 hours, notwithstanding the fact they have worked either 6 hours or 8 hours. ARTICLE OVERTIME Overtime shall be paid for all hours worked over seven and one-half hours in a shift or seventy-five hours at the rate of time and one-half the employee's regular rate of pay. event employees of their own accord, for their own personal convenience, arrange to change shifts with appropriately qualified other employees, with prior approval of the Director of Care or her designate, the reserves the right to request signed statements from such employees and shall not be responsible or liable for overtime rate claims and non- compliance with the above provisions, that might arise or accrue as a result of the exchange of shifts. Such permission shall not be unreasonably denied. If an employee is required to work an extra continuous full shift as overtime, two free meals will be supplied during such shift, in addition to overtime rates paid. If an employee is required to work an extra three hours overtime at the end of his shift one free meal will be supplied. Employees who work overtime will not be required to take time off in regular hours to make up for overtime worked, but may take off equivalent to overtime by mutual agreement. Overtime shall be based on the employee's regular rate of pay and there shall not be any pyramiding of overtime under this Article. An employee who is absent on paid time during his scheduled work week because of sickness, Workers' Compensation, bereavement, holidays, vacation, 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 rate. ARTICLE WORK SCHEDULE Work schedules covering a two week period will be posted two weeks in advance. Employee requests for specific days off must be submitted to the Administrator or designate one week in advance of posting. All employees who work on an assigned day off as per assigned schedule, at the request, be paid overtime at the rate of time and one-half for all hours worked. who are scheduled to work less than seventy-five hours in a two week period will not qualify for overtime on an assigned day as stipulated in Article until they have completed seventy-five hours of work in the scheduled two week period. The Employer will endeavour to arrange shifts such that there be a minimum of twenty-four hours between the beginning of shifts and change over of shifts, and forty hours if there is one day off, and sixty-four hours if there are two days off between the changeover of shifts. In the event employees of their own accord, and for their own personal convenience arrange to change shifts, the conditions in Article shall apply in all respects. No employee shall be scheduled to work more than seven consecutive days without being given two or more days off work, provided however that the overtime rate of one and one-half times the employee's applicable hourly rate shall be paid for any days worked over seven consecutive except in the case of an exchange of shifts between employees. The Employer will arrange schedules such that all employees will receive a minimum of one weekend off in three This scheduling provision does not apply when employees mutually agree to exchange shifts or when an employee accepts or requests a shift at her own discretion.

  • Work Order (s) means a detailed scope of work for a Service required by Transnet, including timeframes, Deliverable, Fees and costs for the supply of the Service to Transnet, which may be appended to this Agreement from time to time.

  • Work Orders If the Contract is for indefinite quantities of Services, as specified in the Signature Document, all Work will be performed in accordance with properly executed Work Orders.

  • Description of Work (a) that has been omitted or

  • Scope of Work The Contractor has overall responsibility for and shall provide and furnish all materials, equipment, tools and labor as necessary or reasonably inferable to complete the Work, or any phase of the Work, in accordance with the Owner’s requirements and the terms of the Contract Documents.

  • Location of Work The Executive shall be based in the United States in West Orange, New Jersey. However, the Executive agrees to undertake whatever domestic and worldwide travel is required by the Company. The Executive shall not be required or permitted to relocate without the mutual, written consent of the Executive and the Company.

  • Statement of Work The Contractor shall provide the services and staff, and otherwise do all things necessary for or incidental to the performance of work, as set forth below:

  • 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.

  • CORRECTION OF WORK 13.2.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for correcting all Work which the Architect has found to be defective or which fails to conform to the Contract Documents whether observed be- fore or after Substantial Completion and whether or not fabricated, installed or completed. The Contractor shall bear all costs of correcting such rejected Work, including compensation for the Architect's and the State’s additional services made necessary thereby. The Architect, upon a finding of defect or failure to conform, shall immediately notify the State and Contractor, in writing, of the defect. The Contractor shall begin correcting the defective or non-conforming Work within ten (10) days unless the State agrees to a Change Order which reflects the reduction in Contract Sum due to the value of diminishment of the defective or nonconforming Work.

  • ARTICLE HOURS OF WORK 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: