Premium Pay Sample Clauses

Premium Pay. “Premium Pay” is a special pay rate for working during times that are less desirable, such as weekends, holidays or late shifts. The City will not pay the Consultant Premium Pay.
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Premium Pay. Fiscal Recovery Funds payments may be used by recipients to provide premium pay to eligible workers performing essential work during the COVID–19 public health emergency or to provide grants to third-party employers with eligible workers performing essential work.95 These are workers who have been and continue to be relied on to maintain continuity of operations of essential critical infrastructure sectors, including those who are critical to protecting the health and wellbeing of their communities. Since the start of the COVID–19 public health emergency in January 2020, essential workers have put their physical wellbeing at risk to meet the daily needs of their communities and to provide care for others. In the course of this work, many essential workers have contracted or died of COVID–19.96 Several examples reflect the severity of the health impacts for essential workers. Meat processing plants became ‘‘hotspots’’ for transmission, with 700 new cases reported at a single plant on a single day in May 2020.97 In New York City, 120 employees of the Metropolitan Transit Authority were estimated to have died due to COVID–19 by mid-May 2020, with nearly 4,000 testing positive for the virus.98 Furthermore, many essential workers are people of color or low-wage workers.99 These workers, in particular, have borne a disproportionate share of the health and economic impacts of the pandemic. Such workers include: • Staff at nursing homes, hospitals, and home care settings; • Workers at farms, food production facilities, grocery stores, and restaurants; • Janitors and sanitation workers; • Truck drivers, transit staff, and warehouse workers; • Public health and safety staff; • Childcare workers, educators, and other school staff; and • Social service and human services staff. During the public health emergency, employers’ policies on COVID–19- related hazard pay have varied widely, with many essential workers not yet compensated for the heightened risks they have faced and continue to face.100 96 See, e.g., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID Data Tracker: Cases & Death among Healthcare Personnel, xxxxx://xxxxx.xxx.xxx/ covid-data-tracker/#health-care-personnel (last visited May 4, 2021); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID Data Tracker: Confirmed COVID–19 Cases and Deaths among Staff and Rate per 1,000 Resident-Weeks in Nursing Homes, by Week—United States, xxxxx://xxxxx.xxx.xxx/covid- data-tracker/#nursing-home-staff (last visited May 4...
Premium Pay. In no case shall premium pay be paid twice for the same hours worked, except that shift differential shall not be considered to be premium pay for this purpose. In the event that two or more premium pay provisions apply to the same hours worked, the highest premium rate shall determine the amount paid.
Premium Pay. In no case shall premium pay be paid twice for the same hours worked.
Premium Pay. Pay at the overtime rates or pay for non-overtime work at hourly rates equal to or in excess of the overtime rate.
Premium Pay. 18.01 (a) Nurses shall not be scheduled or required to work in excess of normally scheduled hours of work or days without consent.
Premium Pay. List remuneration in excess of the basic hourly rate.
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Premium Pay. Sec. 601 Bilingual Premium Pay: Positions which require the use of bilingual skills shall be allocated for bilingual premium pay at the I, II, or III level. The allocation of positions among the respective levels shall be made by the Agency/Department Head, based upon criteria established by, and subject to approval by, the Director - Human Resources. The level of an employee's bilingual proficiency shall be determined by an examination administered by the Director - Human Resources. Employees assigned to such positions shall be eligible for bilingual premium pay at the level of their position or the level of their proficiency, whichever is less, subject to the conditions set forth herein. Upon adoption of this agreement by the Board of Supervisors the rates for the respective levels are: Bilingual Level Premium Pay I $.65/HR II $.80/HR III $.90/HR Employees in positions eligible to receive this premium shall receive the appropriate rate per hour compensated per biweekly pay period. Such premium pay shall be in addition to their base pay. To be eligible to receive this premium pay, upon the recommendation of the Agency/Department Head and the Director - Human Resources, the County Executive Officer must designate that such payment will be made. Sec. 602 Standby Premium Pay: Should an employee be placed on formal standby duty, such an employee shall be compensated for actual time on call at one-quarter (1/4) of his regular hourly wage or at the Federal minimum wage, whichever is greater, and for time worked as a result of a callback to duty at one and one-half times his hourly wage. In no instance shall a callback to duty be considered as less than two (2) hours for pay purposes. No employee shall be paid for call back time and standby simultaneously. All employees excluded from the overtime provisions of this Agreement are also excluded from the provisions of this Section. It is the intent of the parties that, on a unit-by-unit or, if appropriate, specialty basis, employees should not be involuntarily scheduled to serve on formal standby when other unit or specialty employees have volunteered to do so. Procedures governing the bidding for standby shall be established in accordance with the aforementioned intent provided, however, the parties agree that Management is otherwise exclusively vested with the right to schedule standby as operationally appropriate. Upon the request of Management, an employee may agree to work a callback in a unit other than that ...
Premium Pay a. Time and one-half (1-1/2) the employee's straight time rate of pay shall be paid for all hours actually worked in excess of forty (40) hours in any one (1) workweek.
Premium Pay. All time worked in excess of one hundred and seventy-six (176) hours in four (4) weeks (based on a 4-week schedule at 44 hours per week) or in excess of twelve (12) hours in any one day, shall be considered as overtime on the basis of time and one half ( 1 ½), subject to the following conditions:
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