Moonlighting. 1. No employee covered by this Agreement shall hold an active C17 or work on his/her own behalf as a self-employed individual after his regular hours of employment, or on Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays and designated days off on any work covered by the jurisdiction of this Agreement.
Moonlighting. Moonlighting per the Graduate Medical Education Policy on Moonlighting is defined as voluntary, compensated, medically related work (not related to training requirements) performed either; within the institution in which the Resident is training; at any of its related participating sites; or at an outside institution unrelated to the Resident's training program. No Resident can be required to engage in such moonlighting activities. ACGME Requirements dictate that PGY I Residents are not allowed to moonlight. Senior Level Residents may not engage in moonlighting without prior notification to and written permission of the Program Director as per the Medical Education policy on Moonlighting. The Program Director reserves the right to prohibit moonlighting if such employment may interfere with the Resident’s duties and obligations to the Program or interfere with his/her clinical performance. In the event a Resident does moonlight, his/her performance will be monitored and evaluated to ensure compliance with the 80 hour work week restriction. Moonlighting activities, whether occurring within the sponsoring hospital or elsewhere, are not covered by Advocate’s Professional Liability Insurance as detailed in this Agreement.
Moonlighting. Employment as a physician in a professional capacity outside of what is outlined in this Agreement, whether temporary special medical activity (“TSMA”) or external moonlighting, must be approved in writing, in advance, by the Departmental Chair, Program Director and Director of Graduate Medical Education (or designee). Even if approved, professional and general liability insurance as outlined in Section 5.4 is not provided to Trainee engaged in external moonlighting. Trainee acknowledges he or she has the responsibility to obtain insurance for such engagement. TSMA and external moonlighting must be included and reported as part of Trainee's hours spent on clinical experience and education. Trainee shall not be required to engage in any outside work.
Moonlighting. Employees, when working for an Employer subject to this agreement, shall not engage in any Sheet Metal Work or other work for which he receives remuneration, except work done for themselves on their own premises. Any Employee covered by this Agreement, who, while in full employment of a signatory Employer engages in any other work in any occupation after hours shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Employer and the Union.
Moonlighting. 12.01 Any Employee who, while working for an Employer signatory to this Agreement engages in any work pursuant to his trade (other than work for such Employer) for which he receives remuneration, excepting work done for himself on his own premises, shall be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.
Moonlighting. As used herein, the term moonlighting refers to professional and patient care activities that are external to the residency program. Moonlighting activities, whether internal or external, may be inconsistent with sufficient time for rest and restoration to promote the Resident/Fellow’s educational experience and safe patient care. The program or Hospital does not require moonlighting as part of the Resident/Fellow’s training. Moonlighting will be counted toward a Fellow’s duty hours and as such this time must be recorded in the Fellow’s time report. No moonlighting will be permitted without specific prospective, written permission by the Program Director. This record will be kept in the Fellow’s file. The program will monitor the effect of these activities upon the Fellow’s performance. Adverse effects may lead to the withdrawal of permission by the Program Director. Requests to moonlight must include the site and number of hours the fellow intends to moonlight. In the event that moonlighting in Massachusetts requires a full medical license, the fellow is responsible for the expense of the license and ensuring that he/she has professional liability coverage to work at the moonlighting site. Any moonlighting by the Fellow should be in accordance with the moonlighting policy outlined in the Fellow Handbook and should not affect the Fellow’s performance.
Moonlighting. The Company and the Union agree in principle to eliminate the practice commonly known as "moonlighting". The term "moonlighting" shall refer to an employee who regularly makes a practice of working for two or more employers and for the purpose of this Agreement, the term "moonlighting" shall also refer to employees who take employment of any sort during their annual vacation:
Moonlighting. No employee shall work at other employment which will be a conflict of interest or impair the employee’s performance as a law enforcement officer. Written permission from the Sheriff must be obtained before any employment or work is undertaken if such work or employment is to be on other than irregular or occasional basis. Employees shall not wear the Department uniform or use law enforcement authority unless they are working for or under the direction of the Sheriff’s Office. Violation of the provisions of this Section shall constitute just cause for dismissal and loss of all seniority rights and benefits provided by this Agreement.
Moonlighting. No employee shall undertake any work outside the Company premises, which could be construed in any way as competitive with the Company. It is understood than an employee on layoff may practice his trade but may not solicit business from the Company’s customers as a self-employed person.