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 as defined in the SIIBM. CLAUSE 8: ORDERING PROCEDURES Information provided to the Contractor at time of order:
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. Management may make corrections including the deduction of monies resulting from overpayments caused by the payroll system “smoothing” * process or from advance overtime overpayments without obtaining individual waivers from the affected employees. Management will notify the affected employee via e-mail of an overpayment prior to making any deductions to recover such overpayment. An employee who disputes the deduction must do so in writing or by e-mail to both the Commanding Officer of FOD and the Commanding Officer of the Jail Division within five days of being notified of the proposed deduction. XXX will conduct an investigation and inform the employee of FOD’s determination within ten (10) days. Adjustments to the employees’ pay shall be made during the following deployment period. * “Smoothing” refers to paying employees for 80 hours in a pay period when they do not have 80 compensable hours. This is done in anticipation that they will have at least 160 compensated hours during that Deployment Period. Smoothing is also done in cases when employees work more than 80 hours in a pay period in anticipation that they will work 160 hours in a deployment period. Note: When the payroll system makes it possible to do so, Management intends to start paying for overtime after a DP is completed rather than in each pay period, which results in the need to make corrections.