Time Spent Sample Clauses

Time Spent. Each regular bus driver shall be paid for all time that is spent on their bus, including but not limited to dead head, breakdown and maintenance time. Employees required to submit to a drug test will be paid a minimum of one
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Time Spent. Up to 4 hours of lost time at a rate of $25.00 per hour for time spent dealing with the Data Incident; and
Time Spent. Figure 17 presents the results of the evaluation. The app was rated by the teachers with 5.57 scores (average). Despite considering the app useful, the teachers had doubts about how the app was measuring the time spent. They noticed that, even if the app stops adding time after certain amount Figure 14. Evaluation of the app: Active Students. Figure 15. Evaluation of the app: Number of Students per Phase.
Time Spent by the employee reporting to work or returning to the employee's residence shall not constitute time worked unless required by the Employer to use a vehicle authorized by the Employer for transportation to a work location other than the employee's normal place of work.
Time Spent. 4.03 The Village agrees that time spent in investigating and settling disputes during working hours involving its employees by the Union Xxxxxxx shall be considered as time worked. The Union agrees to advise the Village in writing of the names of the Xxxxxxx.

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