The Individual Employer Sample Clauses

The Individual Employer expressly reserves the right to control the details of the manner, time and means by which the Owner-Operator performs his/her services, as well as the ends to be accomplished, and shall be the sole judge of the capability of the Owner-Operator's equipment to perform the work required to be performed, and may, if the Individual Employer determined that the Owner-Operator's equipment is not capable of performing the work required to be performed, terminate such Owner-Operator's services. Failure to work the day or half-day out as directed shall terminate the Owner-Operator's employment, and he shall be paid only for actual time worked prior to such failure. The Individual Employer shall not pay for time spent by the Owner- Operator in repairing, servicing or maintaining his equipment after termination of employment, or before or after his shift, as the case may be.
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The Individual Employer shall notify the Employment Office of the Union of the name of each such employee and the location of the job or project at the time each such employee is sent into such area and each such employ- ee, before reporting to the jobsite or project, will report to the Employment Office of the Union in person and such Employment Office shall issue him or her a dispatch and further provide that all of the provisions of this Agreement shall be applied to and cover such employee.
The Individual Employer shall establish and maintain a change house within a reasonable distance of each portal of the underground work. It shall be equipped with showers, toilet facilities, lockers and heating and drying facilities in accordance with the number of men in each crew. Each change house shall be constructed to provide that all clothing will dry between shifts. The Individual Employer will reimburse Employees for clothing or personal belongings in an amount up to one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) in the event the change house is destroyed by fire, provided a claim form is filed as required by the applicable insurance company. This shall not apply to short dry tunnels, such as under highways or railroad embankments.
The Individual Employer shall be the judge of the qualifications of all of his Employees and may on such grounds discharge any of them.

Related to The Individual Employer

  • Casual Employee Casual employee means a part-time employee who is not normally scheduled to work but who may be called in to work to provide coverage as required.

  • Essential Employees Every employee designated as “essential,” shall receive notice of such designation each year, by October 31, in accordance with N.J.A.C. 4A:6-2. Notice of such designations will also be provided to the Union.

  • Potential Employees The Employer agrees to acquaint potential Employees with the fact that a Union Agreement is in effect, and with the conditions of employment set out in the articles dealing with Union Security and Dues Check-Off.

  • Casual Employment (a) A casual employee is an employee engaged as such on an hourly basis.

  • Seasonal Employee Seasonal employee" means an employee who is appointed for no more than ten months during any 12 consecutive months but who is expected to return to work year after year.

  • Dual Employment a. Dual employment is defined as one employee in multiple positions simultaneously.

  • Casual Employees A casual employee is one who is not regularly scheduled to work other than during periods that such employee shall relieve a regular full-time or regular part-time employee. Casual employees accumulate seniority on an hourly basis and are entitled to such benefits as are contained in the “Addendum - Casual Employees”.

  • Initial Employment On recruitment of tradesmen whose regular residence* or place of recruitment, whichever is closer to the project, is between ninety-six (96) to one hundred and eighty-nine (189) road-driven kilometers from the project, the Employer shall pay $34.00 effective May 1, 2020 for the initial trip to the Project. *As defined in Section 1 above.

  • Eligible Employee For purposes of the SIMPLE 401(k) Plan provisions, any Employee who is entitled to make Elective Deferrals under the terms of the SIMPLE 401(k) Plan.

  • Provisional Employee Definition: An employee who has not completed a probationary period and who has not been appointed to his/her present class from an eligible list.

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