Overtime Assignment Sample Clauses

Overtime Assignment. A. In institutional settings when the Agency determines that overtime is necessary, overtime shall be offered on a rotating basis, to the qualified employees who usually work the shift where the opportunity occurs. If no qualified employees on the shift desire to work the overtime, it will be offered on a rotating basis first to the qualified employee with the most state seniority at the work site. When there are no volunteers to work the overtime as outlined above, and/or where an emergency exists, reasonable overtime hours may be required by the Agency. Such overtime shall be assigned, on a rotating basis, first to the qualified employee with the least state seniority at the work site. This 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.
Overtime Assignment. Unscheduled overtime will be offered to employees on duty starting with the most senior qualified employee, except when the nature of the enforcement duties being performed need to be completed by the incumbent. If the overtime assignment is not filled by the above, it will be offered to the most senior qualified employee available who is assigned to that work location. If the overtime assignment cannot be filled by either of the above, the least senior qualified employee on duty will be required to work. If the least senior employee is unavailable, then the next least senior employee(s) shall be required to perform the overtime assignment(s). Scheduled events and overtime to be worked at other facilities will follow the selection procedure outlined above with seniority being determined in the defined area (i.e., facility, park, region, state) from which the member is to be selected. In departments or divisions in which services and/or facilities are regionalized or in which regionalization is proposed or being implemented, regionalization shall be a viable topic for labor/management committees. Committees may discuss and make recommendations to the appropriate parties regarding scheduling and overtime in the regions. Good faith attempts will be made to equalize scheduled overtime at any one facility. Scheduled overtime is defined as any overtime of which the Employer has forty-eight (48) hours advance notice.
Overtime Assignment. If an insufficient number of employees volunteer for overtime work, the Employer will endeavor to assign the necessary overtime in inverse seniority order within a work station or district. Employees shall be required to work overtime unless excused by the Employer.
Overtime Assignment. The parties agree that the Employer will assign overtime work on a voluntary basis to Employees in the classification concerned who are at the workplace at the time of assignment. Where none of these Employees volunteers, the overtime will be assigned to the least senior of these Employees.
Overtime Assignment. Overtime work shall be on a voluntary basis except that when no Employees are available, it is agreed that the Employer shall have the right to schedule or assign overtime work whenever necessary to meet emergencies or to ensure the efficiency of its operations. When such overtime assignments are made by the Employer, they shall be made to qualified Employees with the least seniority who work in the affected department on a regular daily basis.
Overtime Assignment. The Employer shall determine when overtime is necessary and for what period of time it is required.
Overtime Assignment. When the Employer determines overtime, work is necessary to complete a task begun on an employee’s regularly scheduled shift, the Employer will offer overtime to that employee. In other cases, the Employer will make available overtime work based on volunteer basis; if two or more employees are willing to work the overtime work will be given to the most senior employee who is qualified.‌
Overtime Assignment. Overtime shall be assigned on a rotation basis within a division, starting with the most senior Employee in the unit, except as provided below. Emergency Communications Supervisors Overtime: When an Employee(s) calls in sick for their shift, overtime shall be offered as follows: • 1st Employee(s) on shift from Communication Supervisors • 2nd Employee(s) on shift from Communication Dispatchers • 3rd Employee(s) on-coming shift from Communication Supervisors • 4th Employee(s) on-coming shift from Communication Dispatchers • 5th Employee(s) off shift from Communication Supervisors • 6th Employee(s) off shift from Communication Dispatchers • 7th Employee with the lowest seniority from Communication Supervisors All sign-up overtime, including special events. Will be offered by seniority. There is a three (3) day limit to ‘bump’ a lower seniority employee from the sign-up.
Overtime Assignment. An employee shall work overtime on the following basis:
Overtime Assignment. 8.01 (d) (i) Overtime shall normally be on a voluntary basis.