quarters Sample Clauses

quarters. At the end of each quarter, the Employer may pay out any unused banked holiday time down to twenty-two-and-one-half (22.5) hours.
quarters. The forecast shall be updated and provided to BA on an as-needed but no less frequently than quarterly basis. All forecasts shall include Access Carrier Terminal Location (ACTL), traffic type (local/toll, operator services, 911, etc.), code (identifies trunk group), A location/Z location (CLLI codes for Covad-IPs and BA-IPs), interface type (e.g., DS1), and trunks in service each year (cumulative).
quarters. Each employee who is employed for less than a full school year (July 1 through June 30), but for two (2) full quarters of a school year, shall be eligible for two (2) paid personal business leave days during those two (2) quarters equal to the work hours in the employee’s regularly scheduled work day during those two (2)
quarters. For purposes of this Contract, each “Quarter” shall coincide with a calendar quarter (beginning on January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, or October 1st).
quarters. Each employee who is employed for less than a full school year (July 1 through June 30), but for one (1) full quarter of a school year, shall be eligible for one (1) paid personal business leave day during that one (1) quarter equal to the work hours in the employee’s regularly scheduled work day during that one (1) quarter. If an employee terminates employment prior to the end of a school year (June 30), or prior to the end of a quarter of a school year, and the employee has previously used all eligible paid personal business leave days, the Board shall deduct from the employee’s final paycheck, the appropriate pro rata amount of paid personal leave days which the employee was not entitled to receive because of failure to work the entire school year or the entire quarter of a school year.
quarters. 2. Professional staff member who has not used a fee waiver in the last three (3) quarters.
quarters. At the end of each quarter, the Employer may payout any unused overtime down to seventy (70) hours or seventy-five (75) hours if they work in a seventy-five (75) hour position.