Workday and Workweek Sample Clauses

Workday and Workweek. The maximum number of hours of regular employment of an employee is eight (8) hours a day and forty (40) hours a week. However, the County Superintendent m a y employ persons for lesser periods of time and May, through authorized administrators, order and authorize employees to work in excess of eight (8) hours in one day or forty (40) hours in one week.
Workday and Workweek. The regular workweek of a full-time employee in the bargaining unit shall be forty (40) hours and shall consist of five (5) consecutive days of eight (8) hours per day.
Workday and Workweek. Eight (8) hours shall constitute a day's work as follows: 8:00 A.M. to noon and 12:30 to 4:30 P.M. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday making a forty (40) hour week straight time. The workweek shall be limited to forty (40) hours per week and any and all overtime shall be only with the prior approval of the Joint Arbitration Board, except in the case of actual breakdowns of installed work falling within the jurisdiction of the Union. Such breakdowns shall be reported to the Joint Arbitration Board as soon as possible, but in no event later than 4:30 P.M. of the following business day. With the approval of the Joint Arbitration Board, the 8:00 A.M. starting time and 4:30 P.M. quitting time, specified above, may be adjusted by starting no earlier than 6:00
Workday and Workweek. The District may establish a 9-80 Schedule for its clerical staff. Such schedule shall consist of two workweeks as follows:
Workday and Workweek. A. Workdays and workweeks for employees working 4-10s are as follows:
Workday and Workweek. The workday shall start from the time directed to report until the end of the assigned time and unit members shall be paid for all time worked. However, unit members who report after the time directed or depart prior to the end of the assigned time may have their pay docked for the amount of time actually not worked unless on an authorized leave as provided for in Article XIII. The workweek of regular full-time employment shall be eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours per week. The workweek starts on Monday at 12:01 a.m. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the regular workweek for unit members shall be from Monday through Friday, except as set below. The District may employ persons in bargaining unit positions who have a regular, minimum assignment of less than eight (8) hours per day and/or forty (40) hours per week; such positions shall be deemed “part-time: positions. The District may, through authorized management/supervisory personnel, order and authorize unit members to perform extra work in addition to such unit member’s regular, minimum assignment. Extra work so ordered and authorized shall be compensated at the unit member’s regular rate of pay, unless such results in overtime as set forth in the Agreement.
Workday and Workweek. Eight (8) consecutive hours in a regular work shift, exclusive of lunch period, shall constitute a normal workday. Five (5) normal work days, Monday through Friday inclusive, shall constitute a nor- mal workweek. Normal workweek shall consist of forty (40) hours. Effective August 1, 1987 the Company may institute a five (5) con- secutive day workweek out of seven (7) days for all employees hired after ratification. No present employees, hired prior to August 1, 1987, working Monday through Friday shall be laid off or down- graded as a result of the institution of the five (5) out of seven (7) day workweek. No employee shall be called in for less than four (4) hours work. Time and one-half (1 1/2) shall be paid for all work performed in excess of eight (8) hours in any one day, forty (40) hours in any one
Workday and Workweek. A. Administrative Staff
Workday and Workweek. Eight (8) hours scheduled between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., with one-half hour lunch period, shall constitute a workday. Six (6) days from Monday to Saturday, inclusive, shall constitute a workweek. However, Saturday may only be used as a straight-time day if time has been lost during the week due to inclement weather or conditions beyond the contractor’s control. No one is to be discriminated against for choosing not to work Saturday.