Section 6.6 Sample Clauses

Section 6.6. 21 Due to employer need, any employee that is temporarily assigned to a higher paying job classification 22 or assigned to perform the duties of a higher paying job classification shall receive the higher rate of 23 pay at the temporarily assigned employees current step. Any employee who is temporarily assigned to 24 duties of a lower classification will not suffer a loss in wages or hours for the duration of the 25 assignment.
Section 6.6. 7 In the event of an unusual school closure due to inclement weather, plant inoperation, or the like, the 8 District will try to notify any employee who is not to work prior to the employee's departure for work.
Section 6.6. 30 In the event of an unscheduled school closure due to inclement weather or other emergency, the 31 District will request local radio stations and other forms of media to announce such closure. Building 32 administrators will give instructions annually to classified employees regarding when or if they need to 33 report to work on days when school is closed or running late due to inclement weather or emergency 34 situations.
Section 6.6. 22 When an employee performs work in a classification that pays higher than the employee’s regular 23 classification, the employee shall receive the rate of pay for the higher classification while performing 24 work in that classification. Employees temporarily assigned to perform duties in a lower classification 25 will not suffer a loss in wages or hours.
Section 6.6. 16 Time during working hours will be allowed Association representatives for attendance at meetings with 17 the District. Time will also be allowed for representatives to discuss with the employees grievances and 18 appropriate matters directly related to work situations in their area or craft. Association representatives 19 will guard against the use of excess time in the handling of such matters.
Section 6.6. 22 An employee required to work in a position that is paid at a higher wage in the bargaining unit shall 23 receive compensation at the higher rate commencing with the fourth (4th) consecutive day of work. 24 The higher compensation rate shall be retroactive to the first day.
Section 6.6. 29 Employees requested to perform the duties regularly filled by a higher classification employee shall 30 receive their own current step pay, but at the higher classification pay rate, commencing with the first 31 day.
Section 6.6. 7 Bus drivers will receive a minimum of fifteen (15) minutes pay for each drivers' staff meeting attended (as 8 required by the District).
Section 6.6. 5 Before the start of each school year bus monitors will have a bid day to obtain their am/pm, midday 6 and “add-on” routes, simultaneous to the drivers’ bidding for routes. Bidding is only open to the 7 previous year’s contracted bus monitors and bus monitors must be present to bid on routes. Bid day 8 shall not conflict with the open bid day for paraeducators. Before the October 10th payroll deadline, a 9 second full bid will occur. If positions remain open after the bidding process is completed, these 10 positions will be posted. 12 If an “add-on” is attached to an existing route, by driver seniority, the bus monitor on that route will 13 receive the “add on”. If an “add on” is not attached to an existing route, the “add-on” shall be posted 14 within the transportation department on the Parapro Position Bid Form in Article IX, Section 9.6.3. 16 Bus monitors shall receive hours which are comparable to minimum bus driver hours for each am and 17 pm and midday contracted route. In the event a route does not go the full comparable minimum hours, 18 the bus monitor shall be assigned other duties within their contracted schedule to fulfill their time. 19 Each contract shall include a calculation of “roll-up time” to the nearest quarter of an hour at the end of 20 the am, midday, and pm route. 22 If there are 30 minutes or less between assignments, the bus assistant hourly rate continues 23 uninterrupted. 25 If a bus monitor’s actual contracted time is altered due to a driver’s alternate schedule (i.e., early or late 26 programs), the bus monitor will either: