Regular Pay. An employee’s regular pay is the employee’s rate inclusive of base pay, and where applicable, experience differential, education differential and certification differential, but shall exclude all other differentials and/or pay rates.
Regular Pay. Regular pay means the payment of regular Compensation for services during the Participant's regular working hours, or Compensation for services outside the Participant's regular working hours (such as overtime or shift differential), commissions, bonuses, or other similar payments, but only if the payment would have been paid to the Participant prior to a Severance from Employment if the Participant had continued in employment with the Employer.
Regular Pay. (a). Wages shall be paid weekly in cash or by a check, drawn on a bank or financial institution operating within the jurisdiction of this Agreement, no more than five (5) calendar days after the end of the Employer=s payroll period. If the Employer elects to use a delivery service, the delivery date of the paycheck to the Employee shall not be later than the contractor=s designated payday. In accordance with applicable law, the Employer may pay employees by way of direct deposit of wages on a weekly basis to the bank or financial institution of the Employee=s choice, in which case, pay stubs will be provided to employees within the referenced 5-day period. If an Employee does not have an account at a bank or other financial institution within the jurisdiction of this Agreement, the Employee shall be entitled to receive payment by check in accordance with the timing requirements set forth above. The optional manner of payment, once adopted by the Employer, may not be changed except upon advance notification to the Employees and the Union.