Job Classifications definition

Job Classifications. The grade of classification in which the employee is currently assigned.
Job Classifications means those job classifications set out in the applicable “Trade Sections” of the Community Benefits Agreement;
Job Classifications means the Job Classifications set out in Schedule 1 to this Agreement and defined as follows: Shop Assistant (Introductory): A Shop Assistant (Introductory) refers to any of the following: cashier, liquor/grocery/dairy/deli/produce/Point of Sale assistant, cleaner (store or meat), within their first 6 months of employment. Shop Assistant: A Shop Assistant refers to any of the following: cashier, liquor/grocery/dairy/deli/produce/Point of Sale assistant, cleaner (store or meat) after they have completed their first 6 months of employment. Supervisor: A Supervisor refers to either of the following: a cash office assistant responsible for the counting of daily takings/floats or other office administrative functions; or a cashier who, in the absence of the service manager, is required to manage the front- end service function.

Examples of Job Classifications in a sentence

  • Employees in this category shall be hired pursuant to such procedures as the Employer may establish and shall be assigned to regular schedules of less than forty (40) hours in a service week, or shall be available to work flexible hours as assigned by the Employer during the course of a service week.7.1.A Job Classifications.

  • The job description, tools to be provided by the Contractor, and any required certification corresponding to each IT consultant Classification are set forth in Exhibit 3, Job Classifications and Descriptions.

  • Job Classifications, Labor Hours and Direct Hourly Rates are estimated for this contract.

  • A total of 61 participants in the EI- negative cohort (33%) reported having had a SARS-CoV-2 virologic test (RT-PCR or rapid antigen) between visits with 15 (25%) reporting a positive result.

  • Every part-time and full-time employee, following their initial appointment to a permanent position, will serve a probationary period of six (6) consecutive months, except for employees in any job classification listed in Appendix R, Job Classifications – Twelve Month Probationary Period, will serve a twelve (12) month probationary period.

  • For detailed descriptions of the Job Classifications see attached descriptions.

  • As stated earlier, the CDOT Standard Job Classifications is a “living document” that will be updated as necessary.

  • Job Classifications and Wage Rates are established and/or amended by the District and adopted by the Board of Directors.

  • Within 90 days, the Commissioner of Labor and Industry must initiate the rulemaking procedure so that the classification will be defined in the Master Job Classifications in part 5200.1100.

  • Job Classifications and Job Descriptions are listed for the purpose of determining applicable rates of pay and shall not be construed as a limitation of the work assignment of any Employee.

More Definitions of Job Classifications

Job Classifications. Job Classification and Rate Groups................................................. Job Classification Groups (Seniority)..............................................
Job Classifications. All jobs shall be described and classified by Management. The job description and classification for each job in effect shall continue in effect unless (1) Management changes the job content (requirements of the job as to the training, skill, responsibility, effort and working conditions) to the extent of one (1) full job class or more; (2) the job is terminated or not occupied during a period of one (1) year; or (3) the description and classification are changed by the mutual agreement of the officially designated representative of the Company and the Union. The Local Union Rate Committee will be involved in the development and implementation of all new job classifications and job descriptions. The Plant Union Committee and Management shall discuss and determine the accuracy of all job descriptions. The Union shall be responsible for the filing of grievances in a timely fashion (30 days). All jobs shall be described and classified by Management, taking into account, without being bound by, the information set forth in the manual for job classifications of production and maintenance jobs dated August 1, 1971.

Related to Job Classifications

  • Job Classification means an arrangement of tasks in an establishment or industry into a limited series of jobs or occupations, rated in terms of skill, responsibility, experience, training, and similar considerations, usually for wage setting purposes. This term, or job class, refers to a single cluster of jobs of approximately equal “worth.”

  • film classification body means the person or persons designated as the authority under section 4 of the Video Recordings Act 1984 (c.39) (authority to determine suitability of video works for classification).

  • Classification means that each position in the classified service shall have a designated title, a regular minimum number of assigned hours per day, days per week, and months per year, a specific statement of the duties required to be performed by the employees in each such position, and the regular monthly salary ranges for each such position.

  • S&P Industry Classification The S&P Industry Classifications set forth in Schedule 2 hereto, which industry classifications may be updated at the option of the Collateral Manager if S&P publishes revised industry classifications.

  • International Classification means the Classification established under the Locarno Agreement Establishing an International Classification for Industrial Designs;

  • Industry Classification Group means (a) any of the classification groups set forth in Schedule 1.01(c) hereto, together with any such classification groups that may be subsequently established by Moody’s and provided by the Borrower to the Lenders, and (b) up to three additional industry group classifications established by the Borrower pursuant to Section 5.12.

  • Classification plan means the orderly arrangement of positions within an agency into separate and distinct job families so that each job family will contain those positions which involve similar or comparable skills, duties and responsibilities [74:840 1.3].

  • Dependant non classified means a person who is aged 18–20 of age who does not have a spouse or partner.

  • Categories in this Schedule is to a Category or Categories of the Table).

  • Checked Baggage means baggage of which the carrier takes sole custody and for which the carrier issues a baggage identification tag.

  • Severe forms of trafficking in persons means— (1) Sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years of age; or

  • Uniform Network Code means the uniform network code as defined in Standard Special Condition A11(6) of National Grid’s transporters licence, as such code may be amended from time to time in accordance with the terms thereof.

  • Federal poverty level means the poverty income guidelines revised annually and published in the Federal Register by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

  • NAICS means North American Industry Classification System.

  • Population means the population as ascertained at the last preceding census of which the relevant figures have been published;

  • Pandemic Measures means any quarantine, “shelter in place,” stay at home,” workforce reduction, social distancing, shut down, closure, sequester, immunization requirement, safety or similar Law, directive, guidelines or recommendations promulgated by any Governmental Authority, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, in each case, in connection with or in response to a pandemic, including COVID-19.

  • Classification Society or “Class” means the Society referred to in line 4.

  • Job means a position or job family level in a job family [74:840-1.3].

  • Attrition means customers whose contracts were terminated prior to the end of the term either at the option of the customer or by Just Energy.