Section 7.6. 30 In the event of an unusual school closure due to inclement weather, plant in-operation, or the like, the 31 District will make every effort to notify each employee to refrain from coming to work. Employees 32 reporting to work shall receive a minimum of two (2) hour's pay at base rate in the event of such a closure; 33 provided, however, no employee shall be entitled to any such compensation in the event of actual 34 notification by the District of the closure prior to leaving home for work.
Section 7.6. 33 Five (5) vacation days currently due but unused by the new accrual date each year may be carried over 34 for one (1) year following the accrual date. No vacation may be carried over for more than one (1) year 35 beyond the date on which it became due; provided, however, no employee shall be denied accrued 36 vacation benefits due to District employment needs.
Section 7.6. 18 Regular part-time qualified personnel from within the same kitchen shall be given preference in filling 19 a casual substitute vacancy in any classification.
Section 7.6. 7 Employees will be paid their regular hourly rate for the actual time spent in meetings required by the 8 District, one-half (1/2) hour will constitute the minimum payment for attending.
Section 7.6. 20 Employees requested to work a shift regularly filled by a higher classification employee shall receive 21 compensation at their seniority step level and at the rate of pay of the position for which they are 22 subbing. If asked to substitute, during their regular work shift, for a classification that is lower, the 23 employee shall receive their normal rate of pay.
Section 7.6. 6 Recognizing that personnel in the bus driver classification present special shift problems, the parties 7 agree that shifts will be established in that classification in relation to the routes and driving times
Section 7.6. 44 Employees requested to work a shift regularly filled by a higher classification/position employee shall 45 receive compensation equal to that normally received by the employee in the higher classification.
Section 7.6. 43 When the District determines that a higher paid position needs to be filled in the absence of a regular 44 employee, the employee who works the shift will receive the higher rate from the first (1st) day of the 45 assignment.
Section 7.6. 34 Employees requested to work a shift regularly filled by a higher classification employee shall receive 35 compensation equal to that normally received by the employee in the higher classification, provided 36 that such an employee has worked one (1) day or more in the higher classification position. 37 Subsequent times filling the same higher classification position by the same employee will be 38 compensated at the higher rate for the entire time worked.
Section 7.6. 17 Hours worked outside the employee’s scheduled shift shall at the employee’s option, shall be accrued 18 as comp time, or as hours worked for pay and shall comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act. The 19 accrual and use of Comp time shall be approved by the administrator or program supervisor.