Meal Reimbursement. When an employee is specifically directed by the City to work two (2) hours or longer on the end of his/her normal eight (8) hour work shift or otherwise works under circumstances for which meal reimbursement is authorized per Ordinance 111768 and the employee actually purchases a reasonably priced meal away from his place of residence as a result of such additional hours of work, the employee shall be reimbursed for the "reasonable cost" of such meal in accordance with Ordinance 111768. In order to receive reimbursement, the employee must furnish the City with a dated original itemized receipt indicating the time of the meal no later than forty-eight (48) hours from the beginning of his/her next regular shift; otherwise, the employee shall be paid a maximum Six Dollars ($6.00) in lieu of reimbursement for the meal.
Meal Reimbursement. In accordance with County Travel and Meal Reimbursement Policy # 18, Meal Reimbursement (excluding alcoholic beverages and tips) for employees shall be at the following rates and subject to the following limits: General Per Diem Meal Limits Breakfast$6.00Lunch$9.00Dinner$15.00Maximum Daily Rate$30.00
Meal Reimbursement. When a Professional Staff member of the bargaining unit is unexpectedly required or previously scheduled to remain a minimum of two and one-half (2 ½) hours beyond a regular Professional Staff business day unique to the Professional Staff position in issue, upon providing a receipt for purchase of food stuffs, other than alcoholic beverages, for the day in issue, NJIT shall reimburse the Professional Staff member the cost, up to a maximum of Seven dollars and fifty cents ($7.50) per eligible day, for the meal. The receipt must be verified by the supervisor of the requesting Professional Staff member as to the directed additional time.
Meal Reimbursement. Full time employees shall be eligible for a meal reimbursement benefit when directed to work two or more hours of unscheduled overtime, or ten or more hours of overtime on a scheduled basis. For the purposes of meal reimbursement only, scheduled overtime is any period of overtime work where the date, start time and stop time are communicated to the affected employee 12 or more hours in advance of the scheduled start time, and where such a notified employee has had at least 8 hours off work, prior to the start of the scheduled overtime.
Meal Reimbursement. If a day employee must work evenings, he/she will be allowed up to two (2) unpaid hours off between his/her day and evening schedule as a dinner period. Those employees who work a regular day shift and who work the evening registration shall be entitled to reimbursement for an evening meal, not to exceed fifteen dollars ($15) per meal. Support Staff shall submit an itemized receipt which verifies the expenditure to the Accounting Department for meal reimbursement.
Meal Reimbursement. Effective January 6, 1999 when an employee is specifically directed by the City to work two (2) hours or longer at the end of his/her normal work shift of at least eight (8) hours, the employee shall be paid a maximum of six dollars ($6.00) as allowance for a meal. In lieu of any meal compensation as set forth within this Section, the City may, at its discretion, provide a meal.
Meal Reimbursement. Employees traveling out of Yakima County on County related business shall receive reimbursement for meal expenses in accordance with the Yakima County Business Expense Reimbursement Policy. Such reimbursement shall be based on the per diem rates adopted by Yakima County.
Meal Reimbursement. School bus drivers and aides shall be reimbursed for meals on field trips as per applicable New Jersey Statutes and regulations. This payment shall be limited to bus drivers and aides only. The driver must leave by 11:30 a.m. in order to receive payment for lunch and return after 6:00 p.m. in order to receive payment for supper. The bus driver or aide must present a paid receipt from the food vendor in order to be reimbursed for the lunch and dinner meals.
Meal Reimbursement. – The Employer agrees to pre-pay or provide a credit card for meals when drivers are required to stay overnight on a trip.
Meal Reimbursement. Employees required by Employer to be out of the County of Otter Tail on training, education, official business, or approved work-related meetings shall receive reimbursement for meals at the rate of forty- three dollars ($43.00) per day maximum (meals shall not include reimbursement for alcoholic beverages). Upon providing of a receipt, employees shall have entitlement to reimbursement for actual costs incurred in three (3) different increments throughout the day for each meal missed, i.e. ten dollars ($10.00) if out of the County of Otter Tail between the hours of 6:00 am and 9:00 am; fifteen dollars ($15.00) if out of the County of Otter Tail between the hours of 11:00 am and 2:00 pm; and eighteen dollars ($18.00) if out of the County of Otter Tail between the hours of 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Employees may aggregate the meal reimbursement amounts during a one-day period, not to exceed the daily maximum of forty-three dollars ($43.00).