Service outside business hours Sample Clauses

Service outside business hours. However, if under Clause 28.3 a notice would be deemed to be served:
Service outside business hours. However, if under clause 27.3 a notice would be deemed to be served:
Service outside business hours. However, if under Clause 28.3 (Effective date of notices) a notice would be deemed to be served:
Service outside business hours. If under Clause 15.2 a notice would be deemed to be served:
Service outside business hours. However, if under Section 31.3 a notice would be deemed to be served:

Related to Service outside business hours

  • Business Hours All Service Requests (other than in relation to faults) entered into OSS/BSS by Service Providers outside of Business Hours on any Business Day will be deemed to have been received in the first Business Hour on the next Business Day and Service Levels will be calculated accordingly.

  • Normal Business Hours Those hours during which most similar businesses in the community are open to serve customers. In all cases, “normal business hours” must include some evening hours at least one night per week and/or some weekend hours.

  • Operating Hours Subject to Building Rules and Regulations and such security standards as Landlord may from time to time adopt, the Building shall be open to the public during the Building Operating Hours and the Premises shall be open to Tenant during hours other than Building Operating Hours.

  • Working Hours For the purposes of this Agreement “

  • Hours This notice shall include reasons for the introduction of this shift. The Employer and the Union shall meet within fourteen (14) days to discuss the introduction of the shift and the feasibility of available alternatives to same. If there are no mutually acceptable alternatives, then the following shall apply.

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  • Union Activity During Working Hours The Employer and the Union recognize that stewards play an important role in effectuating the terms of this Agreement; however, both parties acknowledge that the duties undertaken as a xxxxxxx are in addition to the stewards’ job assignments. Consistent with the operational needs of the Employer, the Employer shall grant time off with pay, including reasonable travel time when necessary, to attend:

  • Flexible Working Hours The Employer will, where operational requirements and efficiency of the service permit, authorize experiments with flexible working hours if the Employer is satisfied that an adequate number of Employees have requested and wish to participate in such an experiment.

  • Service Hours The services shall be provided during the working hours and days as defined by the Contractor.

  • TEACHING HOURS A. Teachers shall be at their assigned classroom within the building as follows: For the 2020 – 2021 school year: High School: 7:55 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. Middle School: 7:50 a.m. – 3:10 p.m. Elementary: 7:45 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. It is agreed that the above times may be changed, by no more than twenty (20) minutes, by the Board upon prior notice to the Association. All teachers shall have a regular workday which will not exceed seven (7) hours forty-five (45) minutes, inclusive of lunch period. All teachers are responsible for the supervision of pupils during the passing of students between classes. In performing this duty teachers shall be stationed in the hallway area near their classrooms or at their classroom door. It is recognized that circumstances may occasionally require the presence of the teacher elsewhere. On days preceding holidays, teachers are free from duty when buses transporting students to their homes leave the building. Adjustments in the teacher workday, beyond those identified above, may be necessary to comply with requirements of the Revised School Code and/or State Aid Act for additional instructional hours to be provided to students in order to assure full receipt of foundation allowances and other appropriations. Implementation of any adjustments not addressed above shall be subject to negotiation between the Board and the Association at that time.