Kilometres Sample Clauses

Kilometres. (a) Nurses will be paid, if they provide their own vehicle, a mileage allowance of forty-six cents ($0.46) per kilometre.
Kilometres. If the employee volunteers to work a shift at another base that is greater than one hundred and fifty (150) kilometres than the employee(s) will have the option of accommodations. All expenses will be compensated as per article 50.
Kilometres. If the opportunity is outside forty (40) kilometres of the location at which the person was assigned, the person will be allowed refusals without forfeiting his/her recall under this Article until or if, an opportunity, if any, within forty (40) kilometres is offered or until the recall rights have expired, whichever comes first.
Kilometres. Km. or Part Thereof Vehicle Allowance Travel Time Allowance May 1/01 May 1/01 1st $ 0.50 2nd 1.01 3rd 1.51 4th 2.01 5th 2.52 6th 3.02 7th 3.52 8th 4.03 9th 4.53 10th 5.03 11th 5.54 12th 6.04 13th 6.54 14th 7.05 15th 7.55 16th 8.05 1.13 17th 8.53 1.83 18th 9.00 2.53 19th 9.47 3.24 20th 9.94 3.94 21st 10.41 4.64 22nd 10.89 5.34 23rd 11.36 6.05 24th 11.83 6.75 25th 12.30 7.45 26th 12.77 8.15 27th 13.25 8.85 28th 13.72 9.56 29th 14.19 10.26 30th 14.66 10.96 31st 15.14 11.66 32nd 15.61 12.36 33rd 16.08 13.07 34th 16.55 13.77 35th 17.02 14.47 36th 17.50 15.17 37th 17.97 15.88 38th 18.44 16.58 39th 18.91 17.28 40th 19.38 17.98 41st 19.86 18.68 42nd 20.33 19.39 43rd 20.80 20.09 44th 21.27 20.79 45th 21.75 21.49 46th 22.22 22.19 47th 22.69 22.90 48th 23.16 23.60 (Driver of company vehicle - travel allowance starts first kilometre.) NOTE: The total of both columns is $46.76 which represents the daily rate paid to employees travelling between forty-eight and one hundred and twenty kilometres (48 to 120 km) per day and returning home daily.
Kilometres. If the opportunity is outside forty (40) kilometres of the location at which the person was assigned, the person will be allowed refusals without forfeiting their recall under this Article until or if, an opportunity, if any, within forty (40) kilometres is offered or until the recall rights have expired, whichever comes first. Contracting Out - Union Notification If the College decides to contract out work or services which are being performed by Regular Part-Time Employees at the commencement date of this Agreement which would cause the layoff or involuntary displacement of any Regular Part-Time Employees covered by this Agreement, the College will notify the Local Union four (4) weeks in advance of the written notice being provided to the Regular Part-Time Employees affected. The processes in Article 18 (Layoff/Recall Process) shall be followed.
Kilometres. As this drain will be receiving intercepted surface and groundwaters, the volume and salinities are expected to be in the vicinity of 20,000 ML/year, at salinity levels of 5000-10,000 mg/L. Further, as the carrier drain will be receiving both surface and groundwater, the drain should carry a baseflow all year round, with volumes and salinities varying seasonally. In winter the volume of flow should be greater, but less saline, and in summer the volume of flows should be less, but more saline. Characteristics of Bunbury Conservation Reserve and Stoneleigh Park Heritage Agreement Bunbury CR was purchased in June 1993 by the Native Vegetation Management Branch of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) from Lesron Pty. Ltd. At this time, the area was known as the proposed Lesron Conservation Park and was noted as such in the USEDSFMP (1993). However, since then, this area has been officially gazetted as Bunbury Conservation Reserve under the Crown Lands Act and subsequently, this title has been used in this report. Bunbury CR covers 2329 ha of discontinuous sand dunes primarily supporting native vegetation, and several large salt pans and samphire flats (Fig 3). Early attempts at grazing this area resulted in some sand dunes being cleared of native vegetation. The dominant vegetation type now existing on these dunes are exotic grasses and weeds. Bunbury CR is situated in the Duck Island Environmental Association (2.2.2) which has been described as consisting ofBroad interdunal plains, mainly thinly veneered with sand, with discontinuous dunes, and locally numerous shallow swamps.” (Laut et al. 1977: 34). In addition, the salt pans and samphire flats of Bunbury CR function as the terminal wetland (and therefore evaporation basin) for the Duck Island watercourse. The Duck Island watercourse begins south of Gum Lagoon CP, and collects surface water in situ as it travels north-westward to Bunbury CR. It generally flows for a period of 2 - 3 months between 3 - 5 years out of every
Kilometres. If the opportunity is outsideforty (40) kilometres of the location at which the person was assigned, the person will be allowed refusals without forfeiting recall under this Article until or if, an opportunity, if any, within forty (40) kilometres is offered or until the recall rights have expired, whichever comes first. Support Staff Collective Agreement Recall List The College will provide current recall list to the on its request.
Kilometres. Where the position identified in accordance with the above sequence is in excess of forty (40) kilometres from the location at which the employee is normally assigned, the employee shall have a further right of election. The College, by again the sequence in Article shall identify the first position, if any, within forty (40) kilometres of the location at which the employee is normally assigned and the notice provided in accordance with shall identify both positions if a second position is identified. The employee shall elect in accordance with to take either the job identifiedwhich is in excess of forty (40) kilometres or to take the job identified which is within forty (40) kilometres or to be laid off. Displacement Second Displacement The College shall follow the above procedurefor an employee displaced by the affected employee above.
Kilometres. Any employee who drives in excess of eighty-five kilometres each way to the job site, shall be compensated by receiving an amount equal to one and one-half times their regular hourly rate. Travel time shall be paid at straight time and shall not make up any part of the overtime calculation.
Kilometres. The Company will also provide the Manager with a Brobizz. Instead of a company car, the Manager may choose to have his/her salary increased by DKK ………. every month. If the Manager uses his/her own car in the Company's service, the Company will pay a mileage allowance at the highest standard rates fixed by the National Tax Board from time to time. The Company will pay the allowance once every month together with the Manager's salary.