Workweek and Work Schedule Sample Clauses

Workweek and Work Schedule d. Section 1. Definitions
Workweek and Work Schedule. Section 7. 1 Definitions
Workweek and Work Schedule. The workweek for all members of the unit shall be 168 regularly recurring hours. For employees working a 5/40 or 4/10 work schedule, it shall begin on Saturday at 12:00 a.m. and end at 11:59 p.m. the following Friday. For employees working the 9/80 work schedule, each employee's designated FLSA workweek (168 hours in length) shall begin exactly four hours after the start time of his/her eight hour shift on the day of the week that corresponds with the employee's alternating regular day off.
Workweek and Work Schedule. The workweek for all members of the unit shall be 168 regularly recurring hours. For employees working a 5/40 or 4/10 work schedule, it shall begin on Sunday at 12:00 a.m. and end at 11:59p.m. the following Saturday. For employees working the 9/80 work schedule, each employee's designated FLSA workweek (168 hours in length) shall begin exactly four hours after the start time of his/her eight hour shift on the day of the week that corresponds with the employee's alternating regular day off. For employees working the 3/12 work schedule (as described below), their designated FLSA workweek (168 hours in length) shall begin exactly four hours after the start time of his/her twelve hour shift on the day of the week that corresponds with the employee's alternating regular day off.  A 5/40 schedule consists of a weekly work schedule of 5 consecutive workdays of 8 consecutive hours each.  A 9/80 schedule consists of alternate workweeks of 4 consecutive workdays of 9 consecutive hours each, followed by 5 consecutive workdays, four of which consist of 9 consecutive hours each and 1 day of 8 consecutive hours.  A 4/10 schedule consists of a weekly work schedule of 4 consecutive workdays of 10 consecutive hours each.  A 3/12 schedule consists of alternate workweeks of 3 consecutive workdays of12 consecutive hours each, followed by 4 consecutive workdays of 12 consecutive hours each.Employees on probation may have their work schedules changed by their Department Head athis/her discretion. This includes, for example, changing an employee’s work schedule from a 9/80 to a 4/10 work schedule and vice versa as well as changing the start time of an employee’s work shift. Once off probation, the employee’s work schedule shall be the schedule regularly assigned to the last incumbent for the particular position. Any newly created positions shall be assigned the same work schedule as the majority of other employees working in that classification. A Department Head retains the right to make de minimis changes to the start time of an employee’s work shift. Any other changes to an employee’s work schedule are subject to meet and confer. However, if an employee requests to have his/her work schedule changed and his/her supervisor agrees the Division of Human Resources and the Association shall be notified prior to the schedule change. The Association acknowledges that if requested to meet and confer over such a change, it will do so promptly, no later than two weeks after the req...
Workweek and Work Schedule. The workweek for all members of the unit shall be 168 regularly recurring hours. For employees working a 5/40 or 4/10 work schedule, it shall begin on Sunday at 12:00 a.m. and end at 11:59p.m. the following Saturday. For employees working the 9/80 work schedule, each employee's designated FLSA workweek (168 hours in length) shall begin exactly four hours after the start time of his/her eight hour shift on the day of the week that corresponds with the employee's alternating regular day off.  A 5/40 schedule consists of a weekly work schedule of 5 consecutive workdays of 8 consecutive hours each.  A 9/80 schedule consists of alternate workweeks of 4 consecutive workdays of 9 consecutive hours each, followed by 5 consecutive workdays, four of which consist of 9 consecutive hours each and 1 day of 8 consecutive hours.  A 4/10 schedule consists of a weekly work schedule of 4 consecutive workdays of 10 consecutive hours each. The Department Head retains the right to make de minimis changes to the start time of the employee(s) work schedule (i.e., changing the start time of an employee’s workday by 30 minutes or less from its regularly appointed time). In addition, a Department Head may make aschedule change by changing the start time of the employee(s) work schedule (one hour or less) from 31 to 60 minutes by giving the employee and Association at least three (3) months notice. The City may elect to meet and confer with the Association prior to implementing such a schedule change in lieu of providing the three (3) months notice. Nothing shall prohibit an employee and a Department Head from agreeing to a modified work schedule. Any other changes to an employee(s) work schedule (including, but not limited to, changing the start time by greater than one hour) may be made by mutual agreement of the parties. In the event a major schedule change (i.e., from a 4/10 to a 9/80 or vice versa) is proposed within a department or city wide, to which the employee(s) has objections or concerns, the Association may request to meet and confer prior to the implementation of the new schedule and the City will meet within 14 calendar days.
Workweek and Work Schedule d. Section 1. Definitions‌‌‌
Workweek and Work Schedule