UPW Sample Clauses

UPW. The Department of Social and Health Services will grant, upon request of the physician, up to eight (8) working days per year for travel to and attendance at continuing education courses necessary for the maintenance of a license that is relevant to patient care at Eastern State Hospital and Western State Hospital. Full-time physicians may use CME time on an hourly basis. The Department of Social and Health Services may pay for courses when deemed beneficial to patient care and in accordance with agency policy. A request will normally be made at least one (1) month in advance of the date of the course. For CME classes out of state the request must be made one (1) month in advance, unless a shorter time period is authorized. If the supervisor is unable to arrange adequate clinical coverage or if it is determined that the absence of the physician is detrimental to patient care within the hospital, the request can be denied. If it becomes necessary to deny a request, the physician will be given priority consideration on their next request. Within available resources, DSHS may reimburse each physician up to $3000 per year for CME courses. The Employer may grant a physician additional paid time for the purpose of presenting a lecture in an area of their professional expertise to schools, government agencies and non-profit organizations in the state of Washington.
UPW. Compensation for physicians workingExtra Duty” as defined in Section 7.2 D will be given on an hour for hour basis at one and one- quarter (1 ¼) times their regular rate of pay for the time they are assigned to the extra duty. The physician may request exchange time in lieu of payment as compensation for the extra duty hours worked.
UPW minimum of four (4) months in advance at all times. All subsequent updates, changes or adjustments to the original schedule shall be updated and posted.Physicians are expected to work as many hours as necessary to accomplish their assignment or fulfill their core responsibilities. Full-time physicians will typically work forty (40) hours a week on a schedule established in collaboration with their supervisor. Flexibility of working hours may be needed for responding to patient and hospital needs. If a full-time physician is approved to perform an “extra duty assignment”, the physician will receive additional pay at one and one-quarter (1 ¼) times their regular rate of pay for working these “extra duty” hours, if the assignment results in the physician working beyond their normally assigned work hours. Physicians will not be compensated for “extra duty” that is not worked.
UPW. Physicians are expected to work as many hours as necessary to accomplish their assignment or fulfill their core responsibilities. However, because DSHS has a unique situation that requires physicians to work hours over and above those necessary to accomplish their assignment and fulfill their core responsibilities, physicians will receive additional straight time pay at their regular rate of pay for working these “extra duty” hours.
UPW. Physicians are expected to work as many hours as necessary to accomplish their assignment or fulfill their core responsibilities. Full-time physicians will typically work forty (40) hours a week on a schedule established in collaboration with their supervisor. Flexibility of working hours may be needed for responding to patient and hospital needs. Physicians will receive additional straight time pay at their regular rate of pay for working these “extra duty” hours.