Worked Sample Clauses

Worked. Paid 12 hours at the unfactored base rate times 1½ when holiday occurs on a regularly scheduled work day; in addition, the employee is paid eight (8) hours at the unfactored (base) rate.
Worked. Employees shall receive any applicable shifts and/or weekend premium(s) on overtime hours worked, exclusive of the overtime premium being applied to any shift and/or weekend premium. It is understood that there shall not be any pyramiding on premium pay.
Worked. 0-2080 $10.00 2081 - 4160 $10.50 4161 - 6240 $11.00 6241 - 8320 $11.50 8320+ $12.00 DAVIS LAY PRODUCE COMPANY AND CRAIG & HAMILTON MEAT COMPANY INTEGRATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------- WAREHOUSE: The D.L./C&H warehouse associates will move over to the new perishable facility when it opens in September. The D.L./C&H warehouse associates shall maintain their current wages as of April 1, 1998 and for each such associate their hours worked as of April 1, 1998 shall be deemed to be the lowest number of hours that would qualify that associate for his or her current wage rate pursuant to the Exhibit A. Wage rates thereafter shall be determined pursuant to this Exhibit A according to hours worked. The bids at the new facility will be established in the following manner: . The D.L./C&H full-time associates will go to the bottom of the full-time seniority list. . The D.L./C&H part-time associates will go to the bottom of the part-time seniority list. . The bids the D.L./C&H associates are currently working at D.L./C&H will be filled by the current D.L./C&H associates for the first two years following the opening of the new perishable facility. At the end of these two years, all bids in all facilities will be open based on seniority. . All perishable bids (1998 bid) at Smart & Final Foodservice will be moved to the new perishable facility. . Any new bids that come up due to business demands will be posted and filled by overall Association seniority.
Worked. With the exception of floating holidays, a member who works a designated holiday shall be paid at the rate of 1.5 the member’s regular hourly rate of pay for the first 8 hours worked, as well as straight time pay for the entire time worked that day. For example, if a holiday falls on a member’s regular work day, the time sheet would report 8 hours of holiday premium pay, 8 hours of holiday straight time pay, and 4 hours of regular straight time pay. In the aforementioned example, 12 hours would count towards fulfilling the work period. The 12 hours worked would also count towards the 80- hour work period overtime threshold. Less than a full work day worked: A member may work up to four hours on a designated holiday to fulfill the scheduled hours in a workday, in addition to observing the eight (8) hour holiday. These hours worked will be regular straight time pay, and will count towards fulfilling the work period, and count towards the 80-hour work period overtime threshold. A member required to work on his/her designated non-floating holiday may elect to add to his/her accrued personal leave one and one-half (1-1/2) hours for each hour worked in lieu of cash payment. Such increases to personal leave shall require the approval of the Employer.
Worked. During February, the vacation schedule will be posted in each Department indicating the regular vacation period, May 15th to September and the available period for off-season vacation. At the same time, lists of Employeesnames, in order of seniority, will be posted, in groups as outlined in below, indicating the date on which they are expected to make their choice. Such choices shall be made on consecutive work days, commencing on or about March 1st. If an Employee is entitled to two weeks or more vacation he will be allowed, on his first choice, to schedule two weeks to run consecutive during the vacation year, April 1st to March If he wishes to split his weeks on the first choice, only one week can be chosen within the vacation period May 15th to September 30th. The second week can be scheduled on the first pick outside the vacation period. Second and subsequent choices will be made by seniority provided there is time available and all Employees have had a choice according to seniority If an Employee to make his choice on the day specified, as outlined in above, he must then choose from dates still available on the day on which he does make his choice. Vacations shall be scheduled on a seniority basis within Departments, provided such scheduling does not interfere with the efficient operation of the Company. The Company will endeavour to respect a 6: ratio for letting employees take vacation subject operational requirements being met. All choices of vacation periods must be made by April 1st of each year. (Note: this includes third, fourth, fifth and sixth weeks). Any outstanding vacation weeks not scheduled as in (a) to must be requested in writing no later than weeks prior to the requested dates. These requests may be granted provided they do not exceed conditions in ARTICLE STATUTORY HOLIDAYS

Related to Worked

  • Holidays Worked When an employee works on a calendar holiday, he/she shall receive payment of the holiday at the regular rate and in addition, at the discretion of the Employer, (1) be paid at the rate of time and one half for hours actually worked on the holiday or (2) be given compensatory time off equal to one and one half the number of hours actually worked.

  • Hours This notice shall include reasons for the introduction of this shift. The Employer and the Union shall meet within fourteen (14) days to discuss the introduction of the shift and the feasibility of available alternatives to same. If there are no mutually acceptable alternatives, then the following shall apply.

  • Worked Holidays Employees who are required to work on the above-named holidays shall receive the pay due them for the holiday, plus double their base rate for all hours worked on such holiday, plus shift differential if applicable, unless the employee starts to work at 10:00 P.M., or thereafter on that day.

  • Hours Worked For the purpose of computing the number of hours worked, all time during which an employee is in paid status shall be construed as hours worked.

  • Overtime Hours Except as otherwise provided in this section, all hours worked in excess of the established work day, before or after an employee's regular scheduled shift, or on any regularly scheduled day off, shall be considered overtime. All paid vacation time, paid holidays, paid sick leave, compensatory time off, and paid leaves of absence shall be considered as "time worked" for purposes of this Article. Part-time employees whose established work day is less than eight (8) hours shall not be considered to be working overtime until having completed eight (8) hours of work.

  • WORKING HOURS AND OVERTIME 18 A. FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE 18 B. PART-TIME EMPLOYEE 20 6. Part-time Meat Cutter 21 C. EXTRA MEAT CUTTER. 21 D. MEAT DEPARTMENT EIGHT-HOUR GUARANTEE 21 E. WORKWEEK 21 F. OVERTIME 21 G. SIXTH DAY/GROCERY 22 H. SIXTH OR SEVENTH DAY/GROCERY 22 I. SIXTH OR SEVENTH DAY/MEAT 22 J. REGULAR WORKDAY 22 K. READY FOR WORK 22 L. LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 22 M. WORK SCHEDULE 23 N. FALSIFICATION OF TIME RECORDS 23 1. No Employer Knowledge 23 2. Collusion 23 3. Coercion 23 O. CONSECUTIVE DAYS WORKED. 24 P. PREDESIGNATED DAY OFF GUARANTEE 24 Q. SUNDAY GUARANTEE 24 R. WORKDAY DEFINED. 25 S. ON CALL 25 T. PART-TIME EMPLOYEES - SIXTH DAY 25 U. WORK IN A HIGHER CATEGORY AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS (GENERAL MERCHANDISE CLERKS WORKING IN HIGHER CLASSIFICATION) 25 V. TRAVEL PAY 26 W. INTERRUPTION OF OPERATIONS 26 ARTICLE 6 - WAGES 26

  • Full-Time Employees An employee who is classified staff and is regularly scheduled on a forty (40) hour week in a seven (7) day period, or an eighty (80) hour week schedule in a fourteen (14) day period.

  • Workweek A regularly re-occurring period of one hundred and sixty-eight (168) hours consisting of seven (7) consecutive twenty-four (24) hour periods. Workweeks will normally begin at 12:00 a.m. on Sunday and end at 12:00 midnight the following Saturday or as otherwise designated by the appointing authority. If there is a change in their workweek, employees will be given written notification by the appointing authority or their designee.

  • Overtime for Part-Time Employees (a) A part-time employee working less than the normal hours per day of a full-time employee, and who is required to work longer than her regular working day, shall be paid at the rate of straight-time for the hours so worked, up to and including the normal hours in the working day of a full-time employee.

  • Vacations and Holidays The Employee will be entitled to paid vacation each Fiscal Year in accordance with the vacation policies of the Employer in effect for its executive officers from time to time, provided that in no event shall such number of paid vacation days be fewer than twenty. Vacation must be taken by the Employee at such time or times as approved by the Chief Executive Officer. The Employee will also be entitled to the paid holidays and other paid leave set forth in the Employer’s policies. Vacation days and holidays during any Fiscal Year that are not used by the Employee during such Fiscal Year may be used in any subsequent Fiscal Year.