Work Load Sample Clauses

Work Load. An employee who believes that her/his workload is excessive may bring the matter to the attention of her/his supervisor. The matter shall then be investigated and where found, the employer shall remedy the situation.
Work Load. The required work week is 35 hours of assigned responsibilities which may include evening or weekend work. Unless otherwise agreed to by the individual concerned, all members of the non-teaching professional staff must have two consecutive days off each week including either Saturday or Sunday. The 35 hours shall be scheduled over a five-day work week, provided that the individual and the President or his designee may, by mutual agreement, schedule a four-day work week and provided that a sixth day may be required in exceptional circumstances or by agreement with the employee. There shall be no obligation for mutual agreement if a four-day schedule is changed by the employer. The parties recognize that fulfillment of professional responsibilities may necessitate service to the college in excess of 35 hours per week. The President or his designee shall consult with professional staff members prior to the establishment of work schedules. When possible, and consistent with the interests of the college, a professional staff member may be granted scheduling privileges as to days and hours, including a nonstandard schedule, by the President. Such arrangements may occur only with the written approval of the President whose decision shall be final. Professional staff members who are granted scheduling privileges to attend, during their regularly scheduled hours, a credit or non-credit course for retraining or to enhance knowledge or skills related to their responsibilities will either be scheduled for make-up hours or otherwise fulfill their professional responsibilities in a manner approved by the President or his/her designee whose decision shall be final.
Work Load. During each academic year, full-time teaching faculty shall:
Work Load. It is the goal of the parties that similarly situated Bargaining Unit Members shall have substantially equal workloads. However, it is recognized that the professional workload and effort of each Bargaining Unit Member cannot be precisely measured and some variation may exist. Unless otherwise required by law, the normal work day for all Bargaining Unit Members shall be Seven (7) hours and Thirty Five (35) minutes, including a duty free lunch of at least Thirty Five (35) minutes, excluding meetings, school year professional development, IEP meetings, student/parent meetings, and such other professional activities as may be required. After-hours professional development, PTO obligations, other professional activities, and meetings (excluding reasonable meetings/assistance for students/parents, IEP meetings, and PLC meetings, all of which are addressed below), will be limited to Four (4) hours per month except in unusual circumstances. Employees will be paid for attending professional development training that occurs outside the school day and is required by the district as listed in Schedule A. A.7. Additional pre-scheduled meetings shall be paid at an hourly rate as calculated in Schedule A.1. Of the Four (4) hours referenced above, up to Two (2) hours may be used for the purposes of Professional Learning Community meetings when prep/common planning time is not available. The goal is that Bargaining Unit Members shall have Six (6) hours of pupil contact time during a normal workday; however, variations shall be made in accordance with individual building schedules, and individual buildings may not achieve the full Six (6) hours. When possible, IEP meetings will be scheduled during the staff day. Those Bargaining Unit Members who are classroom teachers and attend more than Three (3) after-hours IEPs in a month shall be compensated at an hourly rate as calculated in Schedule A, A.1. For general education teachers who exceed Four (4) IEPs in a month they shall receive Twenty Five Dollars ($25) per hour. The administration must authorize in writing, in advance, any excess time for which the hourly rate will be paid. The normal workweek for Bargaining Unit Members shall be Monday through Friday. Either the Employer or the Association may suggest changes to the workweek or the work day. Suggested changes are subject to the negotiations process, excepting those changes covered under §15 of the Public Employment Relations Act. The normal workday shall begin Fiftee...
Work Load. A job share arrangement is not intended as a means to increase or decrease workload. In establishing a job sharing arrangement, it is expected that the regular workload for the position will be maintained.