Working Hours Sample Clauses

Working Hours. 3.1 The Services shall be carried out at the following times;xxxx 3.2 The Contractor shall not provide the Services on the following bank/public holidays or the stipulated ad-hoc Government holiday; New Year's DaySpring Bank HolidayGood FridayAugust Bank HolidayEaster MondayChristmas DayMay DayBoxing DayThe Friday or the Tuesday immediately preceding orsucceeding the Spring Bank Holiday.A day other than a Saturday or Sunday which falls within the Christmas holiday period.
Working Hours. 3.1 The Services shall be carried out at the following times; 3.2 Government privilege holidays are;
Working Hours. If this Contract is for the performance of any Public Work, Contractor and any subcontractors performing any Public Work under this Contract must comply with and be subject to enforcement under, the provisions of Sacramento City Code Section 3.60.180 and California Labor Code Section 1810 et seq., governing the working hours of employees performing Public Work.
Working Hours. 4.1 Government privilege holidays are;
Working Hours. The Employee shall be employed by the Company on a full-time basis, namely for not less than forty-four (44) hours per week (inclusive of meal time). The Employee agrees that his position is considered to be a management position as defined in the Hours of Work and Rest Law - 1951, which requires a special measure of personal trust. Accordingly, the provisions of the Hours of Work and Rest Law - 1951 shall not apply and the Employee shall not be entitled to receive any additional payment for his work other than those that are set forth in this Agreement.
Working Hours. Contractor and subcontractors shall comply with Labor Code sections 1810 through 1815 including but not limited to: (i) restrict working hours on public works contracts to eight hours a day and forty hours a week, unless all hours worked in excess of 8 hours per day are compensated at not less than 1½ times the basic rate of pay; and (ii) specify penalties to be imposed on design professionals and subcontractors of $25 per worker per day for each day the worker works more than 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week in violation of Labor Code sections1810 through 1815.
Working Hours. Clause 11.01 This section sets forth work schedules. The provisions within this section shall not be read or construed as a guarantee of continuous employment. Should it be necessary for the Employer to reduce its working forces, this reduction will be accomplished by lay off in accordance with the provisions as set forth in Article 8 in preference to a reduced work week. Clause 11.02 Outside Unit Only
Working Hours. 3.1 The Services shall be carried out at the following times;xxxx 3.2 The Contractor shall not provide the Services on the following bank/public holidays or the stipulated ad-hoc Government holiday; New Year's DaySpring Bank HolidayGood FridayAugust Bank HolidayEaster MondayChristmas DayMay DayBoxing Day
Working Hours. No employee, workman, or subcontractor of the Contractor shall work in the excess of eight hours a day and forty hours in any one week unless compensation is paid for all excess hours at a rate not less than one and one-half times the prevailing wage as provided in Section 18 of these Standard Form Terms and Conditions. Contractor shall keep and shall require all subcontractors to keep an accurate record showing the name of and actual hours worked each calendar day and each calendar week by each worker employed under this contract which record shall be kept open at all reasonable hours to inspection by the City and by the Division of Labor Law Enforcement. The Contractor or subcontractor shall, as a penalty to the City, forfeit twenty-five dollars ($25) for each worker employed in the execution of the contract by the Contractor, or its subcontractor, for each calendar day during which the worker is required or permitted to work more than 8 hours in any one calendar day and 40 hours in any one calendar week in violation of the provisions of either Labor Code Section 1813 or 1815.
Working Hours. The standard workday shall be a period of twenty-four (24) hours containing eight (8), ten (10), or twelve (12) consecutive hours of work interrupted by rest and meal periods. Rest periods will consist of two (2) fifteen (15) minute breaks away from the work area. Rest periods preferably will occur between second (2nd) and third (3rd) hours and fifth (5th) and sixth (6th) hours of the employee's shift. The parties recognize that all security staff, however, cannot be guaranteed rest breaks on a regular and recurring basis. Management agrees to make every reasonable effort to allow rest breaks for security staff where possible, but does not guarantee that rest breaks will be granted on every work shift or that they will occur at regular times or during the time frames mentioned above, nor that the break would occur away from the work area in every case. Tower posts will not be eligible for rest breaks pursuant to this Section. However, an OSCI Tower posted employee may request post relief and management will make every reasonable effort to allow post relief where possible; but this does not guarantee that post relief will be granted, nor that the relief would occur away from the work area. However, Corrections Officers serving at posts which have no proper or adequate rest rooms available shall be granted a reasonable time on each shift for rest room use.