Payday 14.1 Payday shall be once a week. Employees shall be paid on the job at a mutually convenient location. Employees discharged or terminated shall be paid by check or cash with a written check stub or statement to include hours, deductions and hourly rates of pay immediately on such discharge or termination, and if required by the Employer to go to some other point or to the office of the Employer to pick up termination check the employees shall be paid for the time required to go to such places, at the regular straight time rate of wages, provided that payment by check to the employee, or mailed and postmarked to his residence address, within twenty-four (24) hours after such layoff or discharge, shall be deemed in compliance with this section. If the Employer does not comply with the above procedure as to payment for discharge, the employee shall be paid for eight (8) hours additional pay at his straight time rate for each day (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays excepted) until paid. When employees quit of their own accord they shall receive the pay due them no later than the next regular payday. Payments will be assumed to be correct and there shall be no adjustments made unless the employees file a protest within fifteen (15) days after receiving check.
Regular Hours The regular hours of work each day shall be consecutive except for interruptions for lunch periods.
Regular Part-Time The establishment of a regular part-time position is a joint decision of local management and the chief steward made in a spirit of trust and co-operation. The parties will ensure that regular part-time positions are appropriately used to maintain corporate effectiveness, not to split a regular full-time position. Regular part-time employees are regularly employed on an average of 24 hours or less per week calculated on a monthly basis. They are employed for a minimum of 16 hours per month. Regular part-time employees are treated as regular employees except where noted otherwise. Pro-Ration Formula: The regular part-time employee benefit pro-ration formula is calculated based on the hours worked by the regular part-time employee expressed as a percentage of the normal scheduled number of hours for the classification. Where the number of regular part-time hours vary in a week it will be necessary to calculate this percentage over a jointly agreed upon extended period to get an accurate figure.
Regular Work Day YISs shall work an 8-hour work- day, inclusive of a forty-five minute duty free lunch period. All travel time is part of an 8-hour workday, except travel to and from the school each day. The practice of two attendance swipes per day shall be maintained. The work day shall normally begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m.; however, the start and end times may vary according to the school start and end times as well as any meetings prior to or after the regular work day (e.g., if a YIS is as- signed to a school that starts at 8:30 a.m. and has mandatory administrative meetings at 7:30 a.m., the YISs day would start at 7:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.). It is understood that YISs may be required to work outside their regular workday or workweek schedule.
Regular Employee Seniority for a regular employee is defined as the length of the employee’s continuous employment (whether full-time or part-time) from the date of commencement of regular employment, plus any seniority accrued, while working as a casual employee of the Employer.
Regular Employees A regular employee is an employee who has either served the required probationary term or has previously been employed in one of the other categories and has satisfactorily met the job requirements. The employee occupies a position that is considered part of the on-going organization of Inergi.
Regular Full Time employee - Regular full-time employee shall mean an employee employed to meet ongoing operational requirements on a year-round basis and is scheduled to work the full-time hours contained in Article 18. Regular full-time employees who are laid off shall retain their regular full-time status with the Company while on layoff.
Regular Benefits The Executive shall also be entitled to participate in any qualified retirement plans, deferred compensation plans, stock option and incentive plans, stock purchase plans, medical insurance plans, life insurance plans, disability income plans, retirement plans, vacation plans, expense reimbursement plans and other benefit plans which the Employer may from time to time have in effect for its senior executives. Such participation shall be subject to the terms of the applicable plan documents, generally applicable policies of the Employer, applicable law and the discretion of the Board of Directors, the Compensation Committee or any administrative or other committee provided for in, or contemplated by, any such plan. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to create any obligation on the part of the Employer to establish any such plan or to maintain the effectiveness of any such plan which may be in effect from time to time.
Regular Compensation The Company shall pay to the Executive as compensation for his services and for his covenants and other obligations hereunder an annual base salary (the “Salary”) in the amount of One hundred sixty seven thousand three hundred seventy five Dollars ($167,375.00), payable in accordance with the regular and customary payroll practices of the Company. The Salary may be increased from time to time by action of the CEO/President or the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company.
Regular Part-Time Employees A regular part-time employee is one who works less than full-time on a regularly scheduled basis. Regular part-time employees accumulate seniority on an hourly basis and are entitled to all benefits outlined in this Collective Agreement. Regular part-time employees shall receive the same perquisites, on a proportionate basis, as granted regular full-time employees.