REPORT IN Sample Clauses

REPORT IN. Any employee reporting to work without having been properly notified that there will be no work, shall receive at least two (2) hours' pay or bid time, whichever is less, except in cases of labor disputes or other conditions beyond the control of management.
REPORT IN. Section 23.1. The Engineer shall determine each employee's regular reporting site. Employees working at a work site different from the location where they regularly report to work and punch in, shall report in and punch in at the regular location and be in paid status for travel time to and from the work site. Transportation from the reporting site to the work site shall be furnished by the Engineer.
REPORT IN. Employees who report for work at their scheduled starting time and for whom no work is available, shall be paid for time worked or a minimum of three hours at the applicable rate, whichever is greater, unless previously notified not to so report.
REPORT IN. Employees who report for work at their scheduled starting time and for whom no work is available, shall be paid for time worked or a minimum of three hours at the applicable rate, whichever is greater, unless previously notified not to so report. The following shall be considered overtime: Time worked in excess of the number of scheduled daily hours.
REPORT IN. WORK LOCATION CLOSURE Due to numerous unforeseen as well as foreseen reasons, an individual C.S.N. program site may be closed. If that situation occurs, the following are options that both Management and the C.S.N. employee may jointly agree to use. These options shall be spelled out in advance so when the situation occurs, there will be some level of predictability. All of these options must have prior approval by the program supervisor. Options
REPORT IN. 14.01 In the event the Employer becomes aware that there will be no work available for employees on their next scheduled shift, the Employer will make reasonable efforts to notify employees by telephone that they need not report. It will be the responsibility of the employees to advise the Employer of their current home telephone number. Where the Employer fails to make reasonable efforts to notify employees by telephone not to report, employees who report for work shall be guaranteed a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at the appropriate rate. This shall not apply where an employee is prevented from working because of fire, flood, strike or circumstances beyond the control of the Employer.
REPORT IN. Employees reporting for their regularly scheduled work shift shall be provided a minimum of four (4) hours work or four (4) hours pay at their regular rate of pay, except in cases where work is unavailable due to acts of God, national emergency or circumstances beyond the control of the Company. If an employee reports and requests to leave work prior to completing the available four (4) hours of work and the supervisor approves such request, the employee will be paid only for hours actually worked.
REPORT IN. Any employee who reports for work provided he/she has not been notified that no work is available shall be guaranteed four (4) hours work or four (4) hours straight time pay for reporting. If no work is available on the employee's regular job, the Company may assign the employee to another job. The Company shall not be liable for reporting pay if work is unavailable due to factors beyond its control, such as fires, floods, power or water failure or other Acts of God. In the event of any such emergency, the Company may, within reason, assign any employee to other than his/her regular task, when the latter is not available.

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