Travel. No expenses for travel will be reimbursed unless specifically authorized by this Contract. Permitted expenses will be reimbursed at the rate paid by the State and in accordance with the Budget Agency’s Financial Management Circular – Travel Policies and Procedures in effect at the time the expenditure is made. Out-of-state travel requests must be reviewed by the State for availability of funds and for conformance with Circular guidelines.
Travel. Customer shall be responsible for travel expenses incurred by LightEdge during activation or support of Service as follows: For Customer locations in the domestic US between 30 and 100 miles from nearest LightEdge office: - Travel time at hourly rates (office-to-office) for any vehicular travel outside a 30 mile radius from nearest LightEdge office. For Customer locations in the domestic US greater than 100 miles from the nearest LightEdge office: - All provisions of travel to Customer locations within 100 mile radius of nearest LightEdge office; - Airplane, bus or train tickets at LightEdge cost; - Rental car, gas and parking at LightEdge cost; - Per diem allowance of $40/day (food); and - Hotel/lodging at LightEdge cost. Other Customer locations require signed agreement between LightEdge and Customer.
Travel. The Employer being a multi-campus institution, all faculty members are obliged to have access to transportation since they may be expected, subject to the following guidelines, to teach at one or more of the University campuses or other locations where classes are scheduled:
Travel. When a nurse covered by this Agreement is required by the Employer to travel with and accompany a hospital patient off hospital premises, the nurse shall be considered in the employ of the Employer and all provisions of this Agreement shall apply. The Employer shall compensate the nurse for all necessary travel expenses incurred by the nurse under said circumstances. The Employer’s prior approval shall be obtained in writing whenever possible.
Travel. When the employee is required by the agency to travel, the actual travel time shall be considered time worked. Where required travel is outside an employee’s regular work hours (excluding normal commuting time), the employer may temporarily modify the employee’s weekly schedule without daily overtime or schedule change penalty. Where such schedule modification still results in the need for additional work hours, the employee shall be paid the appropriate rate of pay for all time worked over forty (40) hours in that workweek.