Pay for Sample Clauses

Pay for a statutory holiday Employees who would normally work on the day of the week on which a Statutory Holiday falls, but who are not required to work on that Statutory Holiday, will receive the day off with pay.
Pay for. The Company shall pay an employeewho is requiredfor jury service subpoenaedas a witness for each day of the difference between his straight hourly ratefor the hours be normallyworks his regularshift, and the payment he receivesfor court service. The employee will present proof of service and the amount of pay received.
Pay for. Holidays During Vacation...... Pay for Holiday Hot Worked.... Pay f o r Holidays Worked.......

Related to Pay for

  • Pay Days (a) Pay periods shall be bi-weekly. The Employer will provide each employee with an itemized statement.

  • Health Care Spending Account After six (6) months of permanent employment, full time and part time (20/40 or greater) employees may elect to participate in a Health Care Spending Account (HCSA) Program designed to qualify for tax savings under Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, but such savings are not guaranteed. The HCSA Program allows employees to set aside a predetermined amount of money from their pay, not to exceed the maximum amount authorized by federal law, per calendar year, of before tax dollars, for health care expenses not reimbursed by any other health benefit plans. HCSA dollars may be expended on any eligible medical expenses allowed by Internal Revenue Code Section 125. Any unused balance is forfeited and cannot be recovered by the employee.

  • Pay Period All employees covered by this Agreement shall be paid in full each week. Not more than one (1) week's pay shall be withheld on an employee. Each employee shall be provided with a statement of total hours and gross earnings and an itemized statement of all deductions made for any purpose. A regular weekly payday shall be established provided that if such payday falls on a paid holiday, the preceding work day shall be payday. Any error on a payroll check will be adjusted by the Employer no later than the end of the next regular day following notification of the error. Check stubs will itemize total hours, all deductions and year to date earnings and tax deductions. A joint committee of four (4) people (two from the Union and two from the Company) will be formed to assure the pay stubs will reflect all detailed information needed to assure the employee of a complete understanding of the payment. Upon termination, the Employer shall pay all monies due the employee on the regular scheduled payday in the week following such termination.

  • PAY DAY (a) The Employer shall pay each Nurse every two (2) weeks. The amount shall be in accordance with the applicable hourly rate for the Nurse’s classification and increment level listed in Appendix “A”. Payment will include regular pay and will include any other income earned during the preceding pay period. Every effort will be made to supply requested information to a Nurse as to the amount paid on or before pay day.

  • FILOT PAYMENTS (a) Pursuant to Section 12-44-50 of the FILOT Act, the Company and any Sponsor Affiliates, as applicable, are required to make payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes to the County with respect to the Economic Development Property. Inasmuch as the Company anticipates an initial investment of sums sufficient for the Project to qualify for a fee in lieu of tax arrangement under Section 12-44-50(A)(1) of the FILOT Act, the County and the Company have negotiated the amount of the FILOT Payments in accordance therewith. The Company and any Sponsor Affiliates, as applicable, shall make payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes on all Economic Development Property which comprises the Project and is placed in service, as follows: the Company and any Sponsor Affiliates, as applicable, shall make payments in lieu of ad valorem taxes during the Exemption Period with respect to the Economic Development Property or, if there are Phases of the Economic Development Property, with respect to each Phase of the Economic Development Property, said payments to be made annually and to be due and payable and subject to penalty assessments on the same dates and in the same manner as prescribed by the County for ad valorem taxes. The determination of the amount of such annual FILOT Payments shall be in accordance with the following procedure (subject, in any event, to the procedures required by the FILOT Act):

  • Post Retirement Health Care Benefit Employees who separate from State service and who, at the time of separation are insurance eligible and entitled to immediately receive an annuity under a State retirement program, shall be entitled to a contribution of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) to the Minnesota State Retirement System’s (MSRS) Health Care Savings Plan. Employees who have a HCSP waiver on file shall receive a two hundred fifty dollars ($250) cash payment. If the employee separates due to death, the two hundred fifty dollars ($250) is paid in cash, not to the HCSP. An employee who becomes totally and permanently disabled on or after January 1, 2008, who receives a State disability benefit, and is eligible for a deferred annuity under a State retirement program is also eligible for the two hundred fifty dollar ($250) contribution to the MSRS Health Care Savings Plan. Employees are eligible for this benefit only once.

  • Health Spending Account 20.7.1 On January 1 the Board will contribute an annual amount of $800 to a Health Spending Account for eligible full-time continuous employees covered by this agreement. Eligible employees will be continuous employees who are actively at work, on maternity leave, on paid sick leave, on extended disability or on WCB as of the first working day of the applicable calendar year. A continuous employee hired after the first working day in the calendar year, will be eligible for the Health Spending Account on the first calendar day of the month following their date of hire. The contribution on the first calendar day of the month following the date of hire will be as follows for a full time employee: Month of Hire Contribution Amount Contribution Date January $733 February 1st February $667 March 1st March $600 April 1st April $533 May 1st May $467 June 1st June $400 July 1st July $333 August 1st August $267 September 1st September $200 October 1st October $133 November 1st November $67 December 1st December $800 January 1st The Board will contribute an annual amount of $500 to a Health Spending Account for full-time term specific employees covered by this agreement. The contribution will be made on the first calendar day of the month following the date of the commencement of the employee’s term. A term specific employee will not receive additional contributions if their term is extended or the employee commences a second term in the same calendar year.

  • Dental The Hospital agrees to contribute seventy-five percent (75%) of the billed premiums towards coverage of eligible employees in the active employ of the hospital under the Liberty Health Dental Plan #9 (or its equivalent) based on the current ODA fee schedule provided the balance of the monthly premiums are paid by the participating employees through payroll deduction. Employees will be enrolled in the existing Plan in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Plan. The Plan shall provide for recall oral examination to be covered once every 9 months. Effective April 1, 2001, orthodontic coverage will be included for participating employees on a 50/50 co-insurance basis, with a lifetime maximum of $1,000 per insured person.

  • Pay Periods 1. Where the Previous Collective Agreement does not provide for twice-monthly payments of annual salary, the following shall become and remain part of the Collective Agreement.

  • Lump Sum Payments If, during the Employment Period, the Company terminates the Executive's employment other than for Cause, or the Executive terminates employment for Good Reason, the Company shall pay to the Executive the following amounts: