Regular Payday Sample Clauses

Regular Payday. The Employer shall establish a regular weekly payday on which Employees shall be paid during working hours, which payday shall not be later than seven days following the end of the payroll period. Time cards shall be reviewed and signed by the Employees daily or weekly and submitted to the Employer. Time cards shall not be changed or altered without prior consultation with the Employee and/or authorized Union representative. Copies of the Employee’s time cards shall be made available by the Employer for inspection by the Employee or authorized Union representative or mailed to the Union hall (during normal working hours) upon eight (8) hours notice by the Union. For the purposes of pay, a payroll week is further defined as beginning at 12:01 a.m. Sunday and ending at 12:00 midnight on the following Saturday. This payroll week is established for the purpose of uniformity and defining the pay period. The Employer is entitled to change the payroll cutoff date as circumstances may warrant, so long as payday is within one week following the payroll cutoff date. In regard to “xxxx” jobs where flight schedules and/or mail delivery may be interrupted, separate arrangements may be consummated by mutual consent or separate agreement.
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Regular Payday. The Employer shall establish a regular weekly payday on which Employees shall be paid during working hours, which payday shall not be later than seven days following the end of the payroll period. Time cards shall be reviewed and signed by the Employees daily or weekly and submitted to the Employer. Time cards shall not be changed or altered without prior consultation with the Employee and/or authorized Union representative. Copies of the Employees time cards shall be made available by the Employer for inspection by the Employee or authorized Union representative or mailed to the Union hall (during normal working hours) upon eight (8) hours notice by the Union. For the purposes of pay, a payroll week is further defined as beginning at 12:01 a.m. Sunday and ending at 12:00 midnight on the following Saturday. This payroll week is established for the purpose of uniformity and defining the pay period. The Employer is entitled to change the payroll cutoff date as circumstances may warrant, so long as payday is within one week following the payroll cutoff date. In regard to "xxxx" jobs where flight schedules and/or mail delivery may be interrupted, separate arrangements may be consummated by mutual consent or separate agreement.
Regular Payday. The Town shall make every effort to pay employees on their regular payday for the life of this Agreement. Where the regular payday falls on a holiday, the Town will make every effort to pay employees on the last workday before the holiday. All payments will be made by direct deposit or debit card in accordance with the schedule set forth in the Personnel Rules.
Regular Payday. The employee shall receive his supplemental 28 benefits for a given pay period on the regular payday for that period.
Regular Payday. A. Mailing of paychecks by the Contractor will be permitted as-well-as direct deposit, if an employee has authorized electronic payment of wages; however, it is the responsibility of the Contractor to insure the worker’s paycheck arrives on the designated payday. If the worker does not receive the paycheck on the designated payday, the worker shall be paid “waiting time” as outlined below. The Contractor agrees to pay workers on the job by the end of their shift each Friday afternoon of each week, in lawful money of the United States, or by check cashable immediately accompanied by proper payroll check voucher or a proper receipt containing the company name, total hours worked, wage rate, gross pay, and all deductions. In the event a worker is laid off or discharged, he shall be paid in full fifteen minutes in advance at the time his services are thus discontinued. Any worker covered by this Agreement who is compelled to wait for his money through the fault or inability of the Contractor to pay at the above stated time, shall be paid “waiting time" at the regular rate of pay, but not less than two hours if not paid by the end of his shift. Not more than three days' pay shall be retained by the Contractor on any pay day.
Regular Payday. Wages shall be paid weekly in cash or by 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 employee within the referenced five-day period; and the deposit will be made within four (4) calendar days after the end of the Employer=s payroll period. As the employer does not control mail handling or delivery (beyond the duty to mail checks so as to reasonably expect delivery within the referenced 5-day window), the employer shall be required to replace any checks not delivered in a timely basis only on the next regular payday on behalf of an employee who does not elect to participate in a direct deposit arrangement.
Regular Payday. 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.
Regular Payday. 1 The employee shall receive his supplemental benefits for a given pay 2 period on the regular payday for that period.

Related to Regular Payday

  • Payday (a) Employees shall be paid biweekly.

  • Regular Hours The regular hours of work each day shall be consecutive except that they may be interrupted by a lunch period.

  • Regular Part-Time The establishment of a regular part-time position is a joint decision of local management and the chief xxxxxxx 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 Unless agreed upon by the City and the Association as set forth below under the heading “Alternate Work Schedule”, a regular workday is a tour of duty of eight (8) hours of work completed within not more than twenty-four

  • 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 ongoing organization of OPG.

  • 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 and all employee benefit plans, medical insurance plans, life insurance plans, disability income plans, retirement plans, bonus incentive plans and other benefit plans from time to time in effect for senior executives of the Employer. Such participation shall be subject to (i) the terms of the applicable plan documents, (ii) generally applicable policies of the Employer and (iii) the discretion of the Board of Directors of the Employer or any administrative or other committee provided for in or contemplated by such plan.

  • 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.

  • Regular Part-Time Employee A regular part-time employee is an employee hired to fill a posted part-time position and is regularly pre-scheduled to work.