Working Day. A calendar day, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays and State-recognized legal holidays for the month in question.
Working Day. Brother/Sister-in-law: brother or sister of either spouse, common-law spouse or same sex partner of the employee Grandparent-in-Law: the employee’s spouse, common-law spouse or same sex partner’s grandparent Grandchild-in-Law: grandchild of spouse, common-law spouse in law or same sex partner of the employee
Working Day. The total number of hours an employee is expected to be present and performing assigned duties. These definitions are to be used to assist in clarifying and understanding the intent and language of this Contract and do not constitute more than working definitions within the context of this Contract.
Working Day. “Working day” shall mean any day on which the administrative offices of a University are open for business.
Working Day. A working day is defined as any day when, in the opinion of the Engineer, soil and weather conditions are such as would permit any major operation of the project for six hours or over unless other unavoidable conditions prevent the contractor's operators. If conditions are such as to stop work in less than six hours, the day will not be counted as a working day. Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays and holidays established by the laws of the state will not be counted as working days.
Working Day. A working day is defined as a day, not including Saturdays, Sundays, or legal holidays authorized by the City for contract purposes, in which weather or other conditions not under the control of the Contractor will permit the performance of the principal unit of work underway for a continuous period of not less than 7 hours between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.