Waiting. Workers dispatched to a job before the job is ready shall be paid waiting time at their regular rates until the job starts or have their transportation, travel time and meals paid to return. After the job starts, if the Employer fails to provide work and requires employees to stand by for more than two (2) consecutive shifts, the employee, at his/her option, shall be deemed to be laid off and the cost of return transportation plus travel time and meals shall be paid by the Employer. Call-out time without work does not constitute work provided.
Waiting. This waste occured because loaders or officers who load goods into container trucks were not available or were loading goods in other BUs. This will cause waiting time and the next process cannot be performed. Waiting for the availability of trucks from the forwarder, because of bad traffic or other so there was delaysto come to PMI.The waste weight that had been known by distributing questionnaires would be entered into the VALSAT table. VALSAT has seven tools which can later be used to ana- lyze the waste that occurs in the work process. The biggest score would be selected by mapping to identify waste in detail. By entering the weighted scores obtained from theresults of the questionnaire and multiplying by the value of each indicator on VALSAT which can be seen in Table 1. The calculation would be presented in the following table: Table 1. The calculation value In this process, mapping was performed from receiv- ing finished goods to the delivery of finished goods, time measurement was carried out for goods that were only delivered to Japan which carried out once every 2 weeks a month and with relatively the same number of requests. There were more than 20 types of models delivered to Japan, for example R-45-S, RF-2450-S, RF-P155-S, RF- U15-S, RX-D47-S, RX-FS27-K , RX-M45-H and othermodels.From PCE results obtained, it can be known that pro- cess had not been efficient due to less than 30%, then crit- ical waste determination was carried out by distributing questionnaires to 4 respondents namely the Head of PPC, supervisor finish goods and two PPC staffs. In determin- ing the critical waste or waste that has the most significant influence on the problem that occurs, it was performed by rating scores 1 to 5 of each waste in order to know the waste with the largest score and have an impact on work productivity and time of work on an activity. The value for weighting waste was obtained from the results of a questionnaire that has been made based on the identifica- tion of 7 waste in Table 1. There were 4 respondents to answer the questionnaire which understand the conditions that occur based on work experience. The results of the waste weighting questionnaire will be displayed in the table below. In the table above shows the results of the percentage of waste that occurs, after that it was mapped using a graph to see the waste that has a large value . In the graph above shows there were 3 types of waste that have the greatest weight compared to the othe...
Waiting. In order to qualify for a Weekly Benefit an employee must have served a one-week waiting period in the year immediately preceding his claim. SHORT WEEK BENEFITS An employee having two or more years of continuous service will receive a Short Week Benefit from the Plan for any Benefit Week in which some, but less than thirty-two hours are worked for the Company, unless the sum of the hours described in paragraph below equals or exceeds thirty-two A Short Week Benefit will be paid to the employee, without application for him, for any week for which he qualifies. A Short Week Benefit for a particular Benefit Week will be calculated by multiplying the employee’s current straight-time hourly rate by the difference between thirty-two and the sum of the hours: He worked in the Benefit Week, and He did not work but for which he was paid by the Company, and He did not work for reasons other than lack of work. For the purpose of Short Week Benefits, a short third shift shall be treated as though it were a regular eight hour shift. If the employee applies for Employment Insurance Benefit for any portion of the Benefit Week, he must notify the Company of such application and of the total amount of any such benefit received. One-seventh of the amount of such Employment Insurance Benefit will be deducted from the amount calculated in accordance with paragraph above for each day of the Benefit Week for which the Short Week Benefit is paid. One-half credit unit will be cancelled for each Short Week Benefit paid.
Waiting. The child(ren) and parent with whom the child(ren) have been with have no duty to wait for the receiving parent for more than 30 minutes past the pickup time. A receiving parent who fails to pick up the child within 30 minutes must contact the other parent to make arrangements by mutual agreement which fit the other parent’sschedule to pick up the child at a later time and/or date. Failure of the receiving parent to contact the other parent to make such arrangement forfeits parenting time for that period. Periods of lateness do not need to be made up.