Overtime is Sample Clauses

Overtime is. All time worked in excess of eight hours in any one day.
Overtime is. All time-worked in excess of eight hours in any one day.
Overtime is. 7.03.1 All time worked by regular employees in excess of the required hours of work in a scheduled tour whether the scheduled tour is eight (8) hours or less.
Overtime is. All time worked either: outside the Trades and Services Staff member’s specified span of hours (where applicable); or in excess of 7.6 hours in a day plus any time worked for RDO accrual purposes; or in excess of 38 hours from midnight Sunday to midnight of the following Sunday.
Overtime is. (a) Time worked on an ordinary shift after eight (8) hours (or seven point six (7.6) hours for Employees who are excluded under sub-paragraph 4.9.3), or if the normal shift roster is divided into less than ten (10) shifts, an amount equivalent to the ordinary hours for the shift, from time signed on and is to be paid at the rate of time and a half for the first three (3) hours and double time thereafter.

Related to Overtime is

  • 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 Work A. Overtime pay is to be paid at the rate of one and one- half (1½) times the basic hourly straight-time rate.

  • Overtime Meals Employees will not be required to work more than three (3) hours (unless the overtime was not scheduled at least one day in advance, in which case it will be two hours) after an eight hour shift, or one (1) hour after a ten hour shift, without a meal period intervening. If more than one meal occurs in the period worked by the employee the Employer shall provide the extra hot meal at no expense to the employee. The employee will be paid for the time spent consuming the meal at the applicable hourly rate of pay or alternatively the xxxxxxx can designate a one-half hour meal period at straight time rates. If no meal and time to consume it is provided, the Employer will provide a thirty ($30.00) dollar meal allowance in lieu of both. In the event of the employees bringing their meals, they will be allowed one-half hour to consume the meal and will be paid for the said time at the applicable hourly rate of pay. Examples of the four options for overtime meal breaks:

  • Overtime Pay All time worked in excess of the basic workweek, as defined in Sections 5.01 and 5.05 and hours worked in excess of eight (8) hours in a day shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half (1½) the regular rate. All hours worked in excess of ten (10) hours in a day and in excess of 48 hours in a regular workweek shall be paid at twice the regular rate. Compensating time off shall not be given in lieu of overtime pay. Employees shall be paid time and one half the regular rate for all hours worked after their fifth (5th) work day in a week. It is agreed that no one will be paid more than one (1) overtime premium for any overtime hours worked. When required to work overtime, an employee may decline if the employee has a valid reason. Such refusal shall be accepted provided there is another employee on the shift when overtime is required who is prepared to work the overtime and has the ability to perform the work required.

  • 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. Part-time employees whose established work day is less than eight (8) hours shall not be considered to be working overtime until having completed eight (8) hours of work.

  • Overtime Payment Full-time employees shall be paid at the rate of one and one-half times the employee's straight time hourly rate for all time worked outside of their normal work hours and/or work days up to sixteen (16) hours in a twenty-four (24) hour period. For hours worked in excess of sixteen (16) in a twenty-four (24) hour period, employees shall be paid double time. Employees who receive an unpaid lunch period and are not required to work at their work assignments during such period shall not have such time treated as hours worked for the purpose of computing overtime.

  • Overtime Payments It is the intent of the Employer to distribute overtime, wherever possible, in an equitable manner to employees available and able to perform the work. First consideration shall be given to employees within the job category. One and one-half (1 ½) times an employee’s base rate will be paid for hours worked in excess of seven and one-half (7 ½) hours in a work day except that two (2) times an employee’s base rate will be paid for:

  • Overtime Premium Employees shall be entitled to payment of time and one-half the employee’s basic straight time hourly rate for all overtime work in excess of seven and one-half hours in a tour of duty or in excess of the average full-time hours of work over the period scheduled by the Hospital. Such period for this purpose shall not exceed two weeks. It is understood and acknowledged that the Hospital has the right to require employees to perform reasonable overtime work. Call back shall not be considered as hours worked for purposes of this Article Overtime premium will not be duplicated nor pyramided nor shall other premiums be duplicated nor pyramided nor shall the same hours worked be counted as part of the normal work week and also as hours for which the overtime premium is paid. Reporting Pay

  • Overtime Premiums a) Time worked in excess of the standard day shift shall be paid for at time and one-half (1½) the employee’s straight time hourly rate for the first two (2) hours and two (2) times the straight time hourly rate thereafter.

  • Overtime Meal Allowance (a) When an employee is required to work in excess of two and one-half (2½) hours' overtime immediately before or after completion of his/her scheduled daily hours, he/she shall be provided with a meal or shall be reimbursed with an overtime meal allowance, and a meal break of one-half (½) hour with pay will be given. The overtime meal allowance shall be twelve dollars and thirty-five cents ($12.35).