Travel Time. Leave provided in paragraphs A and B this Article shall apply to and cover actual and necessary travel to and from such meetings required during normal working hours on the day of the meeting or negotiations, except that MSEA-SEIU bargaining team members traveling one hundred (100) miles or more to negotiations shall be entitled to travel time outside of days of negotiations.
Travel Time. Employees attending conferences, seminars, workshops or training at their own initiative shall not be compensated for more than eight (8) hours per day, unless required by state or federal law. Employees attending these events at the direction of the Appointing Authority shall be compensated for hours of attendance and travel time.
Travel Time. Travel time between clients shall be scheduled by the Employer, and is included in the employee's paid hours of work. Travel time between clients shall not be included in the meal periods. Where the employee is not required by the Employer to utilize his/her private vehicle for travel between clients, the travel time scheduled and paid by the Employer shall assume travel by automobile. This article applies to travel time between the last client in the first portion of a fixed split shift and the first client in the last portion of the fixed split shift.
Travel Time. Where applicable, employees in logging operations shall be paid at straight time rate for time spent on Company property in excess of eight and one-half (8 ½) hours in any one day between leaving the designated marshalling point, to be agreed upon, and returning to said point, provided always that the said eight and one-half (8 ½) hour period is based upon one- half (1/2) hour for lunch and may be extended to a maximum of a further fifteen (15) minutes where the lunch time exceeds one-half (1/2) hour.
Travel Time. Notwithstanding any other contract provision, departmental policy or practice, the travel time of employees who are covered by FLSA shall only be considered as time worked if it meets the definitions and requirements of travel time in Sections 785.34 through 785.41 of Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Travel Time. Employees who are required to jobsite report more than forty (40) miles from the point of dispatch (employee’s home or individual Employer’s shop) as determined by the individual Employer, shall receive Wages and Benefits for all time spent traveling beyond forty (40) miles from the point of dispatch to the jobsite and return. Employees reporting in their private vehicles to a jobsite more than forty (40) miles from the point of dispatch, shall also receive mileage at the current IRS rate per mile for all miles traveled outside of the forty (40) miles. (Mileage and drive time is to be based on Google Maps). Mileage will be paid on a per vehicle basis. This system is based on employees reporting to their jobsite at their regular start time and working on the job until their regular quitting time. Travel from jobsite to jobsite in a private vehicle shall be considered as hours worked and mileage will be reimbursed at the current IRS rate per mile. All travel commencing after reporting to the Employers shop to and from the jobsite will be considered as hours worked and use of the employee’s vehicle will be reimbursed at the current IRS rate per mile. At no time shall the employee be allowed to transport the Employer's material or equipment, other than those listed in Article 32, Section M(3), in his/her own vehicle.
Travel Time. Whenever the employee is required by the Employer to change from one store to another during the same day, all time consumed by said employee in going either to or from one store to another shall be considered and paid for as part of the employee’s regular duties. When an employee must travel for training purposes, he shall be paid for mileage if the training location is more than twenty five (25) miles from his residence.