Minimum Rates Sample Clauses

Minimum Rates. The parties to this Agreement shall from time to time agree minimum rates for writers which shall be reviewed annually. The minimum rates shall be the basis for calculating Fees payable to writers as set out below which shall be subject to individual negotiation between the BBC and the Writer or the Writer’s professional representative.
Minimum Rates. The Minimum Rates enumerated in the Appendices to this Master Agreement are basic minimum scales and nothing in this Master Agreement shall prevent an Employer from paying the Employees a rate higher than these Minimum Rates, but no Employer will be obligated to pay more than the Minimum Rates without bargaining with an individual Employee for a higher rate and reaching an agreement to pay that Employee a higher rate.
Minimum Rates. The minimum rates of pay for the job classifications covered by this Agreement are set forth in the Schedule of Wages, which is attached and made a part of this Agreement. There shall be no lessening of wages or direct cost item fringe benefits now prevailing established by prior agreements and by past practice. Direct cost item fringe benefits are defined as meals, uniforms, holidays, vacations, parking and insured or funded fringe benefits.
Minimum Rates. Each employee who enters the ser- vice of the Company shall begin employment at the minimum wage rate for the appropriate job title and schedule, except that appropriate allowance over such minimum rate may be made by the Company for an em- ployee who has had previous experience or training con- sidered to be of value.
Minimum Rates. Since arranging represents highly individual skills, the wages paid for arranging are left to the discretion of the person doing the work, provided, however, that the wages shall never be less than provided for in Paragraph B.
Minimum Rates. The Minimum Rates enumerated in the Rates and Fringes Table attached to this Agreement are basic minimum scales and nothing in this Agreement shall prevent an Employer from paying the Employees a rate higher than these Minimum Rates, but no Employer will be obligated to pay more than the Minimum Rates without bargaining with an individual Employee for a higher rate and reaching an agreement to pay that Employee a higher rate. The Employer agrees to deduct two percent (2%) of gross pay (defined as regular and overtime gross wages plus meal penalties and turnaround) from each Employee and Permittee and remit weekly as working dues to ICG 669. Permittees are also required to pay permit fees as per Article 3.01(g).
Minimum Rates. It is explicitly understood that fees set out in the present article are minimum rates and that the Director or Second Unit Director and the Producer are free to negotiate a Gross Remuneration higher than the fees provided for in the present article.
Minimum Rates. Effective September 1, 2011, the minimum base rate of pay for full-time faculty members of the bargaining unit shall be as follows: Instructor $47,500 Assistant Professor $53,000 Associate Professor $60,000 Professor $67,000 On September 1, 2012 and September 1 of each subsequent year covered by this Agreement, minimum base pay shall increase by one-half (1/2) the percentage wage increase specified for that year for continuing faculty per Articles 8.1 and 8.2, calculated as follows: 9/1/12 9/1/13 9/1/14 9/1/15 Instructor $48,094 $48,875 $49,608 $50,353 Assistant Professor $53,663 $54,535 $55,353 $56,183 Associate Professor $60,750 $61,737 $62,663 $63,603 Professor $67,838 $68,940 $69,974 $71,024
Minimum Rates. 1401 All wage ranges, benefits and other economic provisions of this Agreement establish minimums, and nothing herein shall be deemed or construed to limit the Facility’s right to increase wage rates, benefits, premiums and differentials, and to pay other extra compensation at the Facility’s discretion in excess of those provided by this Agreement. Accordingly, it is also understood that any such increases shall be over and above the economic package negotiated under Article 13. Before taking any action, the Facility shall notify the Union and meet and confer over the proposed change.