Minimum Reporting Allowance Sample Clauses

Minimum Reporting Allowance. If an employee reports for work at the regularly scheduled time for his or her shift and no work is available, such employee will be entitled to a minimum of four (4) hours pay at the employee's regular rate provided that:
Minimum Reporting Allowance. If an employee reports for work at the regularly scheduled time for her shifts or for a call-in, she will be entitled to a minimum of four (4) hours pay at not less than her regular rate, unless previously notified by the Employer to the contrary, either orally or by notice on the bulletin board or by message left at the employee's residence; provided that, if requested by the Employer, the employee shall perform a minimum of four (4) hours of such available work as the Employer may assign; provided further that this section shall not apply in the case of any labour dispute or emergency such as fire, or power shortage, which prevents the operation of the Lodge, nor shall it apply to employees returning to work without notice after absence.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. An employee who reports for work at his regularly scheduled time and is advised for the first time that there is no work available, shall be given at the Employer’s option four (4) hours’ work or four (4) hours’ pay at his applicable hourly rate. For employees regularly scheduled to work less than four (4) hours the obligation is reduced to the number of hours regularly scheduled to work. This obligation is not applicable where the employee has failed to keep the Employer aware of her telephone number.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. If an employee reports for work at the employee’s scheduled time and no work is available, such employee will be paid a minimum of four (4) hours pay at the employee’s regular straight time hourly rate of pay, provided that the employee has not previously received notification orally or in writing from the Department Head or designate not to report. This minimum reporting hours of work or allowance does not apply and is not payable in case of any labour dispute or emergency such as fire and power shortage which disrupt the operation of the Nursing Home, nor shall it apply to employees returning to work without required notice after absence.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. (a) An employee, who properly reports for work as scheduled, shall be entitled to work his shift up to a maximum of eight (8) hours or be paid equivalent pay at his straight-time hourly rate unless the Company has notified the employee in advance not to report to work.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. For hourly Team Members who report to work on time for a regularly scheduled shift, without prior notification by the Employer, that has been scheduled for more than three (3) hours and are physically able to perform your job, but are sent home because of insufficient work load, will be entitled to the greater of four (4) hours pay or the actual number of hours worked at her regular hourly rate. However, if she requests to leave before completion of her shift, or refuse available alternative duties, she will be paid only for hours actually worked. If a team member is called in for a mandatory meeting on a scheduled day off, she will be paid at her regular hourly rate for a minimum of four (4) hours. Minimum Reporting Allowance does not apply where work cannot be provided due to fire, power failure, storms, or similar causes beyond the control of the Employer resulting in the stoppage of work.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. 25.01 An employee who properly reports for work as scheduled or as directed, unless he has been notified in advance not to report, will receive at least four (4) hours work at his straight time base hourly rate or shall be paid four (4) hours at his straight time base hourly rate, exclusive of premiums, except in circumstances beyond the control of the Employer. When an employee has not been working because of illness, leave of absence or any other cause, it shall be his responsibility to arrange with the Employer for his return to work at least one, but not more than two (2) regular working days prior to the time of his intended return. It is the employee's duty to keep the Employer informed of his correct address and telephone number and the Employer will not be liable for any payment unless such arrangements have been made.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. In the event that an employee reports for work at her regular scheduled shift start time she shall be entitled to a minimum of three (3) hours pay. In the event that there is no work available, if requested by the Employer, the employee shall perform a minimum of three (3) hours of such reasonable available work as the Employer may assign.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. When an employee reports for work at his assigned starting time without being told in advance by the Home not to report at said time, then the employee shall receive work or pay in lieu of work, for four (4) hours during that day. This obligation on the part of the Home shall cease if no work can be provided due to fire, Acts of God or other circumstances beyond the control of the Home, or failure on the part of the employee to keep the Home informed of his current address and telephone number.
Minimum Reporting Allowance. 29.01 If an employee reports to work at the regularly scheduled time for their shift and no work is available, such employee will be entitled to a minimum of one-half (1/2) the scheduled hours pay at the employee's regular rate. The employee can only be excused with supervisory approval.