Section 5.7 Sample Clauses

Section 5.7. 38 As part of new employee orientation the District will provide each PSE member with a copy of the PSE 39 New Member Packet. PSE will provide all materials, copies and will have the sole responsibility in 40 ensuring materials are available and up to date. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 1 2 3 4 5 Section 6.1.
Section 5.7. 36 In the event of an unusual school closure, the District will make authorized telephone calls to notify each 37 employee whose presence at work will not be required. Employees reporting to work shall receive a 38 minimum of two (2) hours pay at base rate in the event of such a closure; provided, however, no 39 employee shall be entitled to any such compensation in the event of actual notification by the District to 40 refrain from coming to work prior to the employee's leaving home for work.
Section 5.7. 8 Employees shall work only their regularly scheduled shifts; any additional time must be approved in 9 advance of work by the responsible supervisor and employees shall be compensated at the appropriate 10 rates for all time worked. Employees will be permitted, with the prior approval of the building principal 11 or immediate administrator, to adjust their hours during non-student contact time.
Section 5.7. 11 The Union agrees to file for the employee a political deduction authorization card, signed by the 12 employee, with the Employer prior to such deductions.
Section 5.7. Section 5.7(b) of the Credit Agreement is hereby amended by (i) deleting the “and” at the end of clause (b)(ii), (ii) deleting the period at the end of clause (b)(iii) thereof and substituting “; and” therefor and (iii) adding new clause (b)(iv) thereto immediately following clause (b)(iii) thereof as follows:
Section 5.7. 2 Compensatory time on an overtime basis shall be one and one half (1½) hours off for each hour 3 worked on an overtime basis. Time accrued as compensatory time off shall be accounted for and 4 expended within a reasonable period of time. Compensatory time shall follow requirements of the Fair 5 Labor Standards Act and shall be consistent with District guidelines. (Exhibit 1)
Section 5.7. Section 5.7 of the Note Purchase Agreement is hereby amended by deleting each occurrence of the words “as in effect on the Original Closing Date” contained in clause (d) thereof and by substituting the words “as in effect on the Forbearance Effective Date” therefor, by deleting the word “and” appearing immediately prior to the second proviso ‘contained in clause (d) thereof, by adding the word “; and” immediately following such second proviso and by adding a third proviso thereto as follows: “; provided, further, however, that no such fees and expenses (other than actual, reasonable, out-of-pocket expenses) described in this clause (d) shall be paid during the Forbearance Period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, such fees and expenses shall continue to accrue during the Forbearance Period and any such accrued fees and expenses may later be paid, but only to the extent that (A) the Senior Leverage Ratio, recomputed for the most recent twelve month period ending on or prior to the date of such proposed payment for which financial statements have been delivered pursuant to subsection 4.1 hereof, shall be less than 3.00 to 1.00, and (B) the Company shall have previously paid in cash to the Purchasers the portion of the interest accruing on the Notes at the rate of 12% per annum for the interest period from January 1, 2009 through March 31, 2009 (the “Ql Period”) and the interest period from April 1, 2009 through June 30, 2009 (the “Q2 Period”), and provided that the remainder of such interest (i.e., 4% per annum) accruing during the Ql Period and the Q2 Period shall have been capitalized and added to the outstanding principal amount of the Notes on March 31, 2009 and June 30, 2009, respectively (it being understood and agreed that, for the avoidance of doubt, in no event shall any such accrued fees and expenses be paid if, at the time of such proposed payment, any of the events described in the second proviso of the immediately preceding sentence shall have occurred and been continuing).”
Section 5.7. 47 Teacher assistants or instructional assistants who cover a class in place of an absent teacher for three 48 (3) consecutive hours, or more, will be paid the following rate.
Section 5.7. 1. 25 Release time shall be granted to the Association President or his/her designees to carry out the 26 duties of his/her office. The total amount of release time will be a maximum of five (5) days a 27 year. Substitute cost shall be reimbursed by the Association. 29 Section 5.7.2. 30 Release time for Wahluke PSE members requested by the Public School Employees of 31 Washington State organization may be granted to the employee. All costs associated with the 32 employee’s absence will be reimbursed by PSE of Washington. Request for release time will be 33 handled through the Superintendent. 34

Related to Section 5.7

  • Section 4.5 13 Representatives of the Association, upon making their presence known to the District, will have access 14 to the Transportation Department premises of the District during business hours, providing that no 15 conferences or meetings between employees and Association representatives will in any way hamper 16 or obstruct the normal flow of work.

  • Section 3.4 24 Each employee reserves and retains the right to delegate any right or duty contained in this Agreement, 25 exclusive of compensation for services rendered, to appropriate officials of the Association.

  • Section 4.4 20 The Association reserves and retains the right to delegate any right or duty contained herein to 21 appropriate officials of the Public School Employees of Washington State Organization.

  • Section 5.2 26 It is further agreed and understood that the District will consult with the Association, and meet with the 27 Association upon its request, in the formulation of any changes being considered in existing benefits, 28 policies, practices and procedures.

  • Section 512 Control by Holders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46