Shift Employees. Employees who work rotating shift patterns or those who work qualifying shifts shall be entitled, on completion of 12 months employment on shift work, to up to an additional 5 days annual leave, based on the number of qualifying shifts worked. The entitlement will be calculated on the annual leave anniversary date. Qualifying shifts are defined as a shift which involves at least 2 hours work performed outside the hours of 8.00am to 5.00pm, excluding overtime. Number of qualifying shifts per annum Number of days additional leave per annum 121 or more 5 days 96 – 120 4 days 71 – 95 3 days 46 – 70 2 days 21 – 45 1 day
Shift Employees. Overtime-eligible employees who work in positions that normally require shift coverage for more than one (1) work shift, excluding: Department of Children, Youth, and Families – Juvenile Rehabilitation (DCYF-JR) shift workers as of July 1, 2005 who are paid overtime after forty (40) hours in a workweek and employees who work at the Military Department – Washington Youth Academy.
Shift Employees. If, for whatever reason, an employee not on probation is unable to perform his/her assigned duties because of absence from work for a period in excess of 15 consecutive shifts, the evaluation period shall be automatically extended for a similar period of time; provided, however, the department head/City Manager may evaluate the employee's past performance and submit to the City Personnel Committee a separate, written recommendation justifying/granting a merit increase and not extending the evaluation period for a period of time equal to the period of absence. If the period of absence exceeds 30 consecutive shifts, the employee's performance evaluation and anniversary date will be extended for a similar period of time (also see Article 24: Performance Appraisal). If, for whatever reason, an employee on probation is unable to perform his/her assigned duties because of absence from work for any period of time, his/her probation period, merit increase, and anniversary date shall be extended for the same length of the absence (also see Article 22: Probation and Article 24: Performance Appraisal).
Shift Employees. Any employee whose shift starts on a Paid Public Holiday shall receive compensation for the holiday for the entire shift. Any overtime hours worked prior to the start of the shift shall not be identified as the start of the shift.
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