Work Shift Sample Clauses

Work Shift. The hours an employee is scheduled to work each workday in a workweek.
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Work Shift. A work shift is defined as a regularly recurring period of work with a fixed starting and ending time, exclusive of overtime work. The Appointing Authority may change the starting or ending times of an existing shift up to and including two (2) hours after providing the notice period required in Section 1(C).
Work Shift. The provisions of Section 1B shall not apply to rotating shifts.
Work Shift. The hours a nurse is scheduled to work each workday.
Work Shift. Except for specific provisions of this Article to the contrary, and except for shift changeovers, relief shifts, and rotating days off, each employee shall be scheduled to work eight (8) continuous hours within a twenty-four (24) hour period. Other arrangements may be made by mutual agreement between the Association and the Employer.
Work Shift. This is an employee’s assigned hours of work in a workday.
Work Shift. Except for certain food service employees, eight (8) consecutive hours of work shall constitute a work shift. All employees shall be scheduled to work on a regular work shift, and each work shift shall have a regular starting and quitting time.
Work Shift. The work shift shall normally consist of eight (8) consecutive work hours which may be interrupted by a meal period. For purposes of this Article the following work shifts are defined: Day Shift - Starts between 5:00 a.m. and 1:59 p.m. Afternoon Shift - Starts between 2:00p.m. and 9:59 p.m. Night Shift - Starts between 10:00 p.m. and 4:59 a.m. Employees may be assigned to work rotating or relief shifts. If a paid lunch period is provided by the Employer, the shift shall be eight (8) consecutive hours. An unpaid lunch period shall not exceed one (1) hour and shall normally be taken at or near the end of the first four (4) hours of work in accordance with operational requirements. MSEA and the Employer recognize that certain employees are exempt from explicit shifts. These employees are expected to work an eight (8) hour shift or its approved equivalent, but the nature of the work does not lend itself to standard work days, work hours (including meals and breaks), and work week. Such employees are usually those who are ineligible for overtime compensation except as otherwise identified in this Agreement. Such employees will have their work time approved by the appropriate authority. Daily reporting for work may be independently adjusted with Employer approval and a schedule will be maintained with the approval of the appropriate supervisor. The Employer reserves the right to establish or re-establish eight and one-half (8½) or nine (9) hour shift schedules with one-half (½) or one (1) hour for unpaid lunch. Meals previously provided to employees working eight (8) hour shifts may be canceled when employees are changed to eight and one-half (8 ½) or nine (9) hour shifts as provided herein.
Work Shift. The work shift shall normally consist of eight (8) consecutive work hours which may be interrupted by a meal period. For purposes of this Article the following work shifts are defined:Day Shift - Starts between 5:00 a.m. and 1:59 p.m. Afternoon Shift - Starts between 2:00 p.m. and 9:59 p.m. Evening Shift - Starts between 10:00 p.m. and 4:59 a.m.
Work Shift. The work shift shall normally consist of eight consecutive hours (or up to twelve hours. for employees on an alternative work schedule), except as provided otherwise in this Article.Work shifts for the purpose of determining the starting time for each shift shall be defined as follows: