Related to One Hour
Service Hours The services shall be provided during the working hours and days as defined by the Contractor.
Summer Hours a) Every year, for a period of ten (10) weeks, from mid-June to mid-August (exact dates to be posted by the Department of Human Resources and Employee Relations), the regular work week is reduced by three (3) hours without loss of pay.
Overtime Hours Except as otherwise provided in this section, all hours worked in excess of the established work day, before or after an employee's regular scheduled shift, or on any regularly scheduled day off, shall be considered overtime. All paid vacation time, paid holidays, paid sick leave, compensatory time off, and paid leaves of absence shall be considered as "time worked" for purposes of this Article.
Hours During the term of the Employee's employment with Company, the Employee will devote his best efforts and substantially all of his business time and attention to the performance of his duties hereunder and to the business and affairs of the Company, except for vacation periods as set forth herein and reasonable periods of illness or other incapacities permitted by Company's general employment policies. The Employee will duly, punctually and faithfully observe the Company's general employment policies and practices, including, without limitation, any and all rules, regulations, policies and/or procedures which the Company may now or hereafter establish governing the conduct of its business.
TEACHING HOURS A. Teachers shall be at their assigned classroom within the building as follows: High School: 7:55 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. Middle School: 7:50 a.m. – 3:10 p.m. Elementary: 7:45 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. It is agreed that the above times may be changed, by no more than twenty (20) minutes, by the Board upon prior notice to the Association. All teachers shall have a regular workday which will not exceed seven (7) hours forty-five (45) minutes, inclusive of lunch period. All teachers are responsible for the supervision of pupils during the passing of students between classes. In performing this duty teachers shall be stationed in the hallway area near their classrooms or at their classroom door. It is recognized that circumstances may occasionally require the presence of the teacher elsewhere. On days preceding holidays, teachers are free from duty when buses transporting students to their homes leave the building. Adjustments in the teacher workday, beyond those identified above, may be necessary to comply with requirements of the Revised School Code and/or State Aid Act for additional instructional hours to be provided to students in order to assure full receipt of foundation allowances and other appropriations. Implementation of any adjustments not addressed above shall be subject to negotiation between the Board and the Association at that time.
Minimum Hours (a) Where an auxiliary employee is called to work but is informed on arrival at the work site she will not be required to work that shift, the employee is entitled to a minimum of two (2) hours’ pay. Where an auxiliary employee is called to work, begins her duties and is subsequently informed she will not be required to work the full shift, the employee is entitled to a minimum of four (4) hours’ pay.
Working Hours 3.1 The Services shall be carried out at the following times;
Regular Hours The regular hours of work each day shall be consecutive except for interruptions for rest and lunch periods. References to consecutive hours of work in the balance of this Article shall be construed to include rest and lunch periods.
Operating Hours Subject to Building Rules and Regulations and such security standards as Landlord may from time to time adopt, the Building shall be open to the public during the Building Operating Hours and the Premises shall be open to Tenant during hours other than Building Operating Hours.
Work Hours 13.2 The work hours of CASE members are those hours required to complete duties as established by the Board. It is recognized that the job requirements of professionals are of such a nature that they cannot be adequately met within a specified time frame. The normal workload for professional personnel in CASE would include, but not be limited to, activities such as: