Timekeeping. Time will be verified and approved by the Government Agent responsible for ordering and/or directing use of each piece of equipment. Time will be recorded to the nearest quarter hour worked for daily/hourly rate, or whole mile for mileage.
Timekeeping. Time will be verified and approved by the Government Agent responsible for ordering and/or directing use of each piece of equipment. Time will be recorded to the nearest quarter hour worked for daily/hourly rate, or whole mile for mileage. CLAUSE 7: CHANGES Changes to Emergency Equipment Rental Agreements (EERAs), OF294 may only be made by the original signing procurement official or his/her authorized representative. If the original signing procurement official is not available and adjustments are deemed appropriate, a new EERA shall be executed at the incident and shall be applicable only for the duration of that incident. The agreement will include name and the point of hire.
Timekeeping. Notwithstanding anything stated elsewhere in this Agreement. The Company may select and utilise for time keeping purposes any fraction or decimal proportion of an hour (not exceeding fifteen minutes) and will apply such proportion in the calculation of working time (including overtime) of an employee.
Timekeeping. When the employer installs one or more time clocks, it shall place them as close as possible to the place where working hours begin and end as specified in Subsection 1). An employee shall punch his time card himself at the beginning and end of each of his work days. He shall be paid for the working hours shown, less time off for meals.
Timekeeping. For payment purposes only, all employees shall have a grace period of up to three (3) minutes lateness at the beginning of his/her regular shift. The 3-minute grace period will apply to each quarter hour of lateness until the employee reports to work. Such grace period will not be allowed at any other time of the day, e.g. breaks and lunch. Such grace period shall not constitute a reason for lateness and, as such, an employee may be disciplined.
Timekeeping. Accurately recording time worked is the responsibility of every employee. The Court is required to keep an accurate record of time worked in order to calculate employee pay and benefits. Time worked is defined as the time actually spent on the job performing assigned responsibilities. Employees are required to record accurately the time they begin and end their work as well as the beginning and ending time of any split shift or departure from work for personal reasons. Altering, falsifying, or tampering with any time records may result in disciplinary action, up to and including immediate termination of employment. It is the employee's responsibility to sign his or her time records to certify the accuracy of all time recorded. The supervisor will review and then initial the time record before submitting it to payroll. I f corrections or modifications are made to the time record, both the employee and the supervisor must verify the accuracy of the changes by initialing the record unless it is not feasible to obtain the employee's signature to meet payroll deadlines for submission.