Scheduled. “Off Shift” When an employee is assigned to work an “off shift”, the employee shall receive a minimum of eight (8) hours pay for each such “off shift” and all such hours shall be paid as time and one-half (1½) the employee’s regular rate of pay. The employee may be asked by the Employer to remain at work for eight hours in such cases. An employee who works such a shift shall not be scheduled to work for eight (8) hours following the conclusion of such shift. An “off shift” is defined as;
Scheduled. Vendor shall notify the State of Iowa of scheduled outages at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance, and such outages shall last no longer than one hour. Such outages shall be scheduled between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., CST on Saturday nights (“Scheduled Downtime”). Vendor may request extensions of scheduled down time above one (1) hour and such approval by the State of Iowa, which may not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Unscheduled outages (such as the kind described in Section 9 of this Exhibit below) are not excluded from the Availability service levels set forth above (i.e., an Unscheduled outage, except due to the actions of the State of Iowa and its agents, shall not relieve Vendor of its obligation to achieve the service levels set forth herein).
Scheduled. Scheduled uses are those not defined as unscheduled. Requests for scheduled PTO must be submitted at least five (5) days in advance. Once PTO has been scheduled, it may not be changed except for reasons authorized by the division supervisor. Depending on the workload of the unit, the supervisor may waive all or part of the five (5) day advance notice requirement. Obtaining prior approval constitutes scheduled leave.
Scheduled. “Double-Back”: Shift workers will be allowed a minimum of 11 1/2 hours off between the ending of one work shift and the beginning of the next work shift. Shift workers shall be guaranteed overtime to be paid at the rate of 1 1/2 times the employee’s regular base hourly rate of pay for any scheduled hours worked before the completion of an 11 1/2-hour break period, except those hours worked on snow removal duty.
Scheduled. MDC scheduled outages must be notified to BuildNet at least 24 hours in advance, and shall last no longer than one hour and shall be scheduled between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., Eastern Time). MDC may request extensions of scheduled down time above one (1) hour and such approval by BuildNet may not be unreasonably withheld.
Scheduled. Scheduled use occurs when an employee requests and obtains crewleader or supervisor approval to use PTO hours. Requests for scheduled PTO must be submitted at least two (2) weeks in advance. However, depending on the workload of the unit, the crewleader or supervisor may waive all or part of the two (2) week advance notice requirement. Once scheduled PTO has been approved, it may not be changed except for reasons authorized by the Department Director or Manager.