Overtime Sample Clauses

Overtime. Overtime will begin to accrue after sixty (60) hours in a two (2) week period averaged over the scheduling period determined by the local parties. Overtime will apply if the employee works in excess of the normal daily hours. Payment for overtime is as in Article 16.01.
Overtime. 1601 Overtime shall be authorized time worked which exceeds the normal daily shift as defined in Article 14 herein or the normal full-time hours in the rotation pattern in effect on each nursing unit for full-time nurses or the normal full-time hours in two (2) consecutive bi-weekly periods for part-time nurses. Overtime hours extending beyond the normal daily shift into the next calendar day shall continue to be paid at the overtime rates in accordance with Article 1602. Authorization must be obtained prior to the start of any overtime work except in emergency situations. The Employer agrees the authorization in these emergency situations will not be unreasonably withheld. Payment for overtime worked when emer- gency circumstances prevent prior authorization shall be subject to a claim accompanied by a special written report prepared by the nurse before leaving the Facility substantiating the reason for the overtime work. 1602 Each nurse shall be paid at the rate of one and one-half (1.50) times her/his basic salary for the first three (3) hours of authorized overtime in any one (1) day, and at the rate of double her/his basic salary for hours worked in excess of three (3) hours in any one (1) day. A full-time nurse shall receive two (2) times her/his basic salary for all overtime worked on a scheduled day off. However, notwithstanding section 1601 above, all overtime worked on a Recognized Holiday shall be paid at two and one-half (2.50) times her/his basic salary. 1603 Notwithstanding sections 1601 and 1602 above, where a nurse works two consecutive shifts, the nurse shall be paid the full hours for both shifts and shall not be required to work an additional fifteen (15) minutes. She/he shall receive pay at the rate of double her/his basic salary for the additional shift, except when the additional shift is worked on a Recognized Holiday, she/he shall receive pay at the rate of two and one- half (2.50) times her/his basic salary for the additional shift. 1604 At the nurse’s request, overtime shall be banked and shall be compensated by time off at overtime rates to be taken at a time mutually agreed. At the nurse’s request, any banked overtime, or portion thereof, shall be paid out on a separate cheque without a surcharge on the dates designated by the Employer. At the nurse’s request, any banked overtime or portion thereof shall be paid out at any time on a regular pay cheque. Overtime may be accumulated to a maximum of seventy-seven and one-half (77.50...
Overtime. All authorized and approved work performed in excess of forty (40) hours in any one week shall be considered as overtime and shall be paid at the overtime rate of one and one-half times the employee’s straight time rate of pay. All overtime must be approved and authorized prior to being worked. Departmental management will maintain overtime and extra work records and will make such information available for review to a Union representative upon reasonable request by the Union to the appropriate Department Director. For purposes of computing overtime, authorized compensable leave from duty shall be considered as time worked. Employees shall be required to work overtime as directed unless excused by the District. In the event employees in the unit are required to work approved overtime, they will not be required to use annual leave or compensatory time to offset the overtime hours worked or to be worked. Employees required to work overtime will be given advance notice except in emergencies. Overtime and extra work will be distributed based on seniority on a rotating basis among employees in their particular job classification, and their work units, as far as the skill of the employee and the character of the work permits. When an employee, without prior notice, is required to work overtime in excess of three (3) hours immediately before or after his/her regular shift hours, without a lunch break during the overtime assignment, his/her immediate supervisor will schedule a paid lunch period not to exceed one-half (1/2) hour during the overtime assignment. If a lunch period is not scheduled during the overtime assignment, the immediate supervisor may authorize the employee to eat lunch on the job only when it is possible to do so without stopping or interrupting the employee’s work. If a lunch period cannot be scheduled, then the employee will be compensated for one- half hour. Except in those situations necessary to accomplish the mission of the District, no work should be performed by supervisors in order to preclude overtime.
Overtime. The Employer has the right to determine overtime opportunities as needed. Employees shall be canvassed according to agency policy. If no policy exists then, employees shall be canvassed quarterly as to whether they would like to be offered overtime opportunities. Employees who wish to be called back for overtime outside of their regular hours shall have a residence telephone and shall provide their phone number to their supervisor. Insofar as practicable, overtime shall be equitably distributed on a rotating basis by seniority among those who normally perform the work. The parties shall negotiate specific arrangements for implementation of these overtime provisions at the local or Agency level within ninety (90) days of the effective date of this agreement. Such arrangements shall include parameters regarding the distribution of mandatory overtime. Absent mutual agreement to the contrary, overtime rosters will be purged at least every twelve (12) months. Such arrangements shall recognize that in the event the Employer has determined the need for overtime, and if a sufficient number of employees is not secured through the above provisions, the Employer shall have the right to require employee(s) who normally perform(s) the work and who are listed on the lower one-half (1/2) of the seniority roster to perform said overtime. Such mandatory overtime shall be rotated among those employees who are listed on the lower one-half (1/2) of the seniority roster. In the event enough employees are not available, the Employer may require the least senior employee(s) available to work the overtime. Good faith attempts will be made to avoid the mandation of the same individual(s) consecutively. Assignment of mandated overtime hours is an appropriate topic for each Agency’s Health and Safety Committee. The overtime policy shall not apply to overtime work which is specific to a particular employee’s claim load or specialized work assignment or when the incumbent is required to finish a work assignment. The Agency agrees to post and maintain overtime rosters which shall be provided to the steward, within a reasonable time, if so requested. The rosters shall be updated every pay period in which any affected employee earned overtime. Employees who accept overtime following their regular shift shall be granted a ten (10) minute rest period between the shift and the overtime or as soon as operationally possible. In addition, the Employer will make every reasonable effort to furni...
Overtime. 21.01 Employees requested to work in excess of the normal daily full shift hours as outlined in Article 20.02, or who are requested to work on their scheduled off-duty days, shall be paid:
Overtime. Section 1. This Article is intended only to provide a basis for the calculation of overtime and none of its provisions shall be construed as a guarantee of any minimum or maximum hours of work or weeks of work to any employee or to any group of employees.
Overtime. Except as otherwise provided herein, all overtime hours as defined in this section shall be compensated at a rate of pay equal to time and one-half (1 ½) the regular rate of pay for all work suffered or permitted. Overtime is defined to include any time worked in excess of eight (8) hours in any one day or on any one shift or in excess of forty (40) hours in any calendar week, whether such hours are worked prior to the commencement of a regular assigned starting time or subsequent to the assigned quitting time.
Overtime. Overtime is defined as time that an overtime-eligible employee works in excess of forty (40) hours per workweek.
Overtime. A. An employee shall be compensated at the rate of time and one-half his/her regular rate of pay for authorized overtime work performed in excess of forty (40) hours per week.