TRAVELLING Sample Clauses

TRAVELLING. 46.1 Where an employee is required by the Council to travel on Council business outside his headquarters area as normally defined by the Council, the method of travel shall be determined by the Council and the employee shall be compensated in the following manner:
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TRAVELLING. Overtime compensation referred to in Article 46, shall only be applicable on a work day for hours in excess of the employee’s daily scheduled hours of work.
TRAVELLING. 39.1 All air travel shall be made by a regular passenger carrying airline or by a passenger carrying charter flight on the airline of the Employers choice. Engaged by the week or for longer period
TRAVELLING. Where an Employee is required by an Employer to travel outside of his Headquarters area and on Employer's business, as these expressions are normally defined by the Employer, and such travel is approved by the Employer, he shall be compensated in the following manner:
TRAVELLING. (a) When a musician is required to travel outside a radius of 15 miles from Quarry Hill, Leeds to the venue at which he/she will be required to perform, the Management shall pay to the musician the equivalent of a “Off Peak” return rail fare from Leeds to the venue for each engagement. Players of harp, double bass and percussion shall be paid two “Off Peak” return tickets.
TRAVELLING. TIME 7.1 All time spent travelling to an incident from a normal work place, temporary workplace or pre-arranged assembly point and return to the normal work place, temporary workplace or pre- arranged assembly point will be deemed as time worked. (Refer Section 16, Start and Finish Times). 7.2 If an employee is on call, on standby or normally takes a government plated vehicle home and is required by the employer to respond direct from home to the incident, all travel time to and from the employee’s home will be deemed as time worked. (Refer also Section 16, Start and Finish Times). 7.3 Travelling time from a temporary workplace at the conclusion of a shift to a place of accommodation will be unpaid except where the place of accommodation is more than one half hour (30 minutes) from the temporary workplace. Where the place of accommodation is more than one half hour (30 minutes) from the temporary workplace, all travel time will be deemed as time worked. All travel time will form part of the defined rest period. (Refer Section 16, Start and Finish Times). 7.4 Travel time incurred during any forty-eight (48) hour rest period between consecutive deployments will be deemed as time worked and will form part of the defined rest period. 7.5 All travel time will be paid at the employee’s normal rate of pay or the assigned incident responsibility rate, whichever is applicable and/or the greater depending on the assigned role. Prescribed overtime rates will apply for any travel time outside of ordinary hours or if ordinary hours are exceeded. 8.
TRAVELLING. 25.01 - When the Employer requires an employee to travel outside his headquarters area for the purpose of performing duties, the employee shall register the number of hours worked and the number of hours travelled, for the purpose of Article 24.
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TRAVELLING. Overtime compensation referred to in article shall only be applicable on a work day for hours in excess of the employee’s daily scheduled hours of work. Acting Pay The qualifying period for acting pay as specified in Article shall be converted to hours.
TRAVELLING. (i) An employee who is required to travel in the course of his/her duties shall be reimbursed economy-class fares and all reasonable out-of-pocket expenses.
TRAVELLING. 19.01 There shall be a forty (40) kilometre radius free-zone around all projects within the jurisdiction of the Union. The center of this free-zone shall be a job shack established on the job site.
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