Meals Sample Clauses

Meals. 3.1 Meal reimbursements are limited to a maximum of $50.00 per day on overnight travel. On day travel (travel that does not require an overnight stay), meal reimbursements are limited to a maximum of $20.00 per day. The travel must be outside the Williamson County, Texas line by a 50 mile radius.
Meals. (a) An employee who works three (3) or more hours of overtime immediately before or immediately following the employee’s scheduled hours of work shall be reimbursed their expenses for one (1) meal in the amount of twelve dollars ($12.00) except where free meals are provided.
Meals. Employees who are required to prepare meals and eat the meals, or who are required to eat the meals, at the worksite with clients or residents shall have the same meal provided at no cost to the employee.
Meals. Meals will be reimbursed at the Federal Per Diem daily meal rate (excluding the “Incidentalportion of the published CONUS Federal M&I Rate) for the city in which the work is performed. Receipts are required as documentation. The invoice shall state, “The meals are being billed at the Federal Per Diem daily meal rate”, and shall detail how many of each meal is being billed (e.g. the number of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners). The City will not reimburse for alcohol at any time.
Meals. Per diem or meal reimbursement shall be as pre-approved by Project Manager prior to the start of the Work Order. For Consultant travel on behalf of Company, meals will be reimbursed on the actual cost up to a maximum of $80.00 per day ($100/day for New York and Japan) of travel. In lieu of itemizing meal expenses and submitting receipts, Consultant may claim the standard meal reimbursement of $15.00 per diem for the duration of the travel. For Consultant temporarily lodged near Company’s site for more than 40 consecutive working days, in lieu of a daily meal reimbursement, groceries will be reimbursed at the actual cost to a maximum of $500 per month. In lieu of itemizing grocery expenses and submitted receipts, the Consultant may claim the standard groceries reimbursement of $250 per month for the duration of their job required stay. Receipts from Consultant are required for all meals/groceries. In order to be reimbursed, meal/grocery documentation (itemized if possible), such as, credit card receipts or cash register tape, must be submitted. Company will not reimburse for alcoholic beverages.
Meals. The Subrecipient is entitled to reimbursement of meals for employees on authorized travel under the terms of this Grant Agreement for actual costs incurred up to the State’s maximum rates at the time of the expense listed at https://humanresources.vermont.gov/compensation/expense-reimbursement. The maximum meal reimbursement rates are inclusive of all food, non-alcoholic beverages, services, taxes and gratuities. Different rates are established for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in-state and out-of-state under the following conditions:
Meals. When a unit member is on travel status, he/she shall receive meal allowances in accordance with the University Travel Policy, T92-031, as amended from time to time. Bargaining unit members who work three (3) or more hours of authorized overtime, exclusive of meal times, in addition to their regular hours of employment or bargaining unit members who work three (3) or more hours, exclusive of meal times, on a day other than their regular work day shall be reimbursed for expenses incurred for authorized meals, including tips, not to exceed the following amounts and in accordance with the following time periods: Meals Maximum Applicable Allowance Breakfast $3.00 3:01 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Lunch $4.75 9:01 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner $7.50 3:01 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Midnight Snack $3.00 9:01 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.
Meals. Where an employee is called in and works four (4) hours overtime, he/she will be paid for a one-half (1/2) hour meal period at the prevailing overtime rates and the Employer will provide either a meal or a meal allowance per Article 12.02(d)(iv).