Normal Hours Sample Clauses

Normal Hours. This article defines what normal working hours will be and is a guarantee that employees will be paid for all of the time that they are required by management to remain on the job.
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Normal Hours. Normal hours are defined as 7:00 am – 5:00 pm local time.
Normal Hours. (a) The normal hours of work for full-time nurses covered by this Agreement shall be thirty-seven and one-half (37½) hours per week and seven and one-half (7½) hours per day.
Normal Hours. The following provisions are intended to define the normal hours of work and shall not be construed as a guarantee of hours worked per day or per week, or of days per week. Counselling Staff
Normal Hours. This article is intended to define normal hours of work, and shall not be construed as a guarantee or limitation of hours of work nor as a restriction on the Company in adjusting the working schedule to meet operating requirements.
Normal Hours. The normal daily hours of work exclusive of a thirty (30) minute meal period, shall be seven and one-half (7½) hours per day.
Normal Hours. This Article is intended to define normal hours of work, and shall not be construed as a guarantee or limitation of hours of work, nor as a restriction on the Company in adjusting the working schedule to meet operating requirements. A Straight Day Shift is defined as a shift which does not rotate and which starts no earlier than 0600 a.m. and which ends no later than 6:00 p.m.
Normal Hours. Normal daily hours of work for permanent full-time employees within the bargaining unit will be as outlined in the attached Schedules 1 and 2, and Article 36, 12 Hour Shifts. Where employees are currently working less than the normal daily hours for the classification in which they are employed, the shorter shift may be maintained.
Normal Hours. It is specifically understood that the term "employee's normal work hours" refers to the schedule the employee is working when overtime occurs.
Normal Hours. Normal hours worked outside of a peak work load period (as per Article 70).