Overhead. Any and all overhead, labor or general expenses of any kind unless specifically allowed under General Conditions. These costs include, but are not limited to: costs for the purchase, lease, rental, allowance or maintenance of vehicles, radios/communication equipment, jobsite computers, copiers and other business equipment, specialized telephone systems and cellular/digital phones; trade or professional association dues; costs for hiring and/or relocation of any of the CM’s personnel; and travel, per diem and subsistence expense of CM, its officers or employees except as specifically allowed under General Conditions.
Overhead. As compensation for administrative, supervision, office services and warehousing costs, Operator shall charge the Joint Account in accordance with this Section III. Unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties, such charge shall be in lieu of costs and expenses of all offices and salaries or wages plus applicable burdens and expenses of all personnel, except those directly chargeable under Section II. The cost and expense of services from outside sources in connection with matters of taxation, traffic, accounting or matters before or involving governmental agencies shall be considered as included in the overhead rates provided for in this Section III unless such cost and expense are agreed to by the Parties as a direct charge to the Joint Account.
Overhead. For overhead departments (as defined below), NMC will monitor productive hours per week or pay period. Each department at NMC will have a productivity target (hours per week/pay period) set by the NMC CEO. It is the department managers’ responsibility to regularly monitor their departments productivity to ensure the department is meeting their per statistic (for direct patient care departments), per week or per pay period target. In the event a department exceeds the productivity threshold set by the CEO, the department manager will call off staff to meet the target threshold. Prior to making this determination, the department manager will review the productive hours (to include all employees, including management) to determine if they have met their target. Time not counted towards productive hours include: vacation, compensatory time off, or sick leave (if taken prior to a call off). For purposes of determining productivity, productive hours include but are not limited to the following: training, orientation, workers compensation (light duty worked hours), temporary employees, and registry.
Overhead. Contractors’ and its Subcontractors’ overhead shall include but not be limited to, all administration, supervision, scheduling, construction engineering, estimating, accounting, coordination, shop drawings and other submittals, record drawings, clerical services, documentation, reporting, transportation of personnel, security, communications, offices, small tools, legal services, insurance, financing and other construction services, goods and incidentals necessary or required to complete the Work in accordance with the proposed change order, except for direct cost items. Direct cost items shall only include labor, overtime and shift work, social security, and unemployment insurance and fringe benefits required by agreement or custom and workers' compensation insurance; materials and supplies whether unincorporated or consumed, rental machinery and equipment whether rented from the Contractor itself or others and excepting small tools; transportation of materials, supplies, machinery and equipment to the job site; temporary facilities; cleaning; testing, power and utilities; premiums for all bonds; permit fees and sales, use and other taxes not exempted.
Overhead. As compensation for costs not specifically identified as chargeable to the Joint Account pursuant to Section II (Direct Charges), the Operator shall charge the Joint Account in accordance with this Section III. Functions included in the overhead rates regardless of whether performance by the Operator, Operator’s Affiliates or third parties and regardless of location, shall include, but not be limited to, costs and expenses of: · warehousing, other than for warehouses that are jointly owned under this Agreement · design and drafting (except when allowed as a direct charge under Sections II.13, III.1.A(ii), and III.2, Option B) · inventory costs not chargeable under Section V (Inventories of Controllable Material) · procurement · administration · accounting and auditing · gas dispatching · human resources · management · supervision not directly charged under Section II.2 (Labor) · legal services not directly chargeable under Section II.9 (Legal Expense) · taxation, other than those costs identified as directly chargeable under Section II.10 (Taxes and Permits) · preparation and monitoring of permits and certifications; preparing regulatory reports; appearances before or meetings with governmental agencies or other authorities having jurisdiction over the Joint Property, other than On-site inspections; reviewing, interpreting, or submitting comments on or lobbying with respect to Laws or proposed Laws. Overhead charges shall include the salaries or wages plus applicable payroll burdens, benefits, and Personal Expenses of personnel performing overhead functions, as well as office and other related expenses of overhead function.