Section 6.1.2 Sample Clauses

Section 6.1.2. 16 Employees called back on a regular work day or called on the sixth (6th) or seventh (7th) consecutive 17 work day shall receive no less than two (2) hours pay at the appropriate rate.
Section 6.1.2. 18 To promote an open discussion of the evaluation, the oral review shall be conducted on a one- 20 review.
Section 6.1.2. 3 Although the Labor-Management Committee may discuss the underlying causes of grievances, 4 the committee will not discuss or resolve individual grievances.
Section 6.1.2. Merger, Conversion, Consolidation or Succession to Business.................................................47
Section 6.1.2. 15 Long-term substitute openings shall be defined as in excess of twenty (20) working days.
Section 6.1.2. 38 Employees who do not believe that they have enough time to complete all assigned tasks shall 39 inform their supervisor in writing. The supervisor shall provide a written response which shall 40 include a priority list.
Section 6.1.2. 18 Employees in the general job classifications of Custodial and Maintenance, assigned a normal 20 day workweek of ten (10) hours each day during the period commencing the day after the close 21 of instructional school year and ending the day before the opening of the instructional school
Section 6.1.2. No Liability for Clean-up of Hazardous Materials...................................................61 ARTICLE SEVEN HOLDERS LISTS AND REPORTS BY TRUSTEE SECTION 701. Disclosure of Names and Addresses of Holders.......................................................61 SECTION 702. Reports by Trustee.................................................................................61 ARTICLE EIGHT CONSOLIDATION, MERGER, CONVEYANCE, TRANSFER OR LEASE
Section 6.1.2. 8 For all twelve (12) month employees, for overtime calculation purposes, paid holidays shall be 9 considered non hours worked.
Section 6.1.2. Section 6.12 is hereby amended by deleting clause (vii) thereof and substituting therefor the following: “(vii) fund during any 12-month period Quarterly MLP Distributions to the extent permitted by Section 7.08(c) in an amount not to exceed the Maximum Funded Distribution Amount outstanding at any time, and”