Pay Period Sample Clauses

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 Period. The term “pay period” denotes compensation earned during the first (1st) day through the fifteenth (15th) day of each calendar month, or compensation earned during the sixteenth (16th) day through the last day of each calendar month. There shall be twenty four (24) pay periods in each calendar year.
Pay Period. Payment of wages shall be twice per month on the 10th and the 25th of each month unless such pay schedule is altered by agreement between the Parties. Should an employee fail to turn in the time sheet on or by the date required, the Employee may not be paid until the next pay period except in the case of an emergency beyond the control of the employee. If a payday falls on a Saturday, the check will be distributed the preceding Friday. If a payday falls on a Sunday, checks will be distributed on the following Monday, unless the Monday distribution date is one of the recognized holidays, or a day when the Employer’s office is scheduled to be closed for business; in such case, the checks will be distributed on the preceding Friday or immediate preceding business day.
Pay Period. 23.01 Wages shall be paid weekly, by cash, cheque or electronic deposit. If payment is by cheque/electronic deposit it must be distributed/deposited before quitting time on Thursday. If payment is by cash, payment shall be made no later than quitting time on Friday. If Thursday or Friday is a holiday and payment is by cheque, pay will be distributed on Wednesday.
Pay Period. The interval between pay days shall be no longer than seven (7) calendar days.
Pay Period. All workers shall be paid for the calendar month with checks available on the last working day of each month. The monthly time report for each worker covers the period from the 15th of the month through the 14th of the month following. If the normal pay date falls on a holiday, the paycheck shall be issued on the preceding workday. If the normal pay date falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the paycheck shall be issued on the preceding workday.
Pay Period. 20.01 Employees shall be paid by cheque during the regular working hours of Thursday of each week. If Thursday or Friday is a designated holiday, pay will be distributed on Wednesday. If paid by cash, pay will be distributed no later than Friday. Alternatively the employer may, at his discretion, pay employees by way of electronic deposit/automatic deposit.
Pay Period. (a) An employee shall be paid bi-weekly on every second Friday. A statement shall be given to the employee at the end of each bi-weekly pay period showing the period worked, salary earned and all deductions therefrom.
Pay Period. The wages of employees shall be paid on the same day every two weeks. Each employee’s paycheck stub shall indicate hours, hourly rate, gross salary at his/her regular and overtime rate and all deductions from his/her gross salary shall be identified and the amount of each deduction shown.
Pay Period. The College shall pay employees every two (2) weeks. The College shall endeavour to include payment for overtime worked in the first pay period following the pay period in which the overtime was worked.