additional hours definition

additional hours means any number of hours of shop work that a shop worker is (or could be) required to work under a contract of employment on Sunday that are (or would be) in excess of the shop worker's normal Sunday working hours;
additional hours means work performed in excess of ordinary hours of duty or, in the case of part-time employees, work performed in excess of agreed hours;
additional hours has the meaning given to it in clause 2.7.

Examples of additional hours in a sentence

  • Authority to consider the relevance of this Clause in the context of the level of service being provided by [Sub-hubco/Project Co] and the direct costs (if any) that [Sub-hubco/Project Co] will incur as a result of a request for Additional Hours.


More Definitions of additional hours

additional hours means the hours worked by the Supplier specifically to make corrections to a publication subsequent to and additional to corrections made following the first Proof.
additional hours means times when a Functional Area is being used pursuant to a request by the Authority pursuant to Clause [22.13]
additional hours means overtime or time worked in excess of Ordinary Hours.
additional hours means any additional hours over and above the Work Hours, to which the Parties may agree in writing from time to time;
additional hours means those hours worked by School Administrative and Support Staff (excluding Business Managers) beyond the normal hours of duty set out in Clause 8. Hours as required by the principal, up to 7 hours per day and to a maximum of 35 hours per week.
additional hours. All extra hours posted due to vacancies, LOA’s, and vacations which may become available on a temporary or unexpected basis shall be offered to bargaining unit employees who have signed up with their super‐visor, in the fashion established for their department. When such hours become available in a classification, the Employer shall call said employees on a seniority basis to offer such hours, provided that this does not put an employee into an overtime status. If an employee cannot be reached after a good faith attempt, the Employer may continue to call other employees based on seniority. If no such employee agrees to take the hours, the Employer may require employees in that classification to take the assignment. In doing so, the Employer will endeavor to use reverse seniority.
additional hours means actual hours worked beyond the standard day, excluding periods of leave.