Work week definition

Work week means a seven (7) consecutive day week that consistently begins and ends on the same days throughout the year; i.e. Sunday through Saturday, Wednesday through Tuesday, Friday through Thursday.
Work week refers to the number of regularly scheduled consecutive work days within each seven (7) consecutive day period. The types of work weeks are described in Article 7, Hours of Service.
Work week means a period of time equal to forty (40) hours or the normal number of hours worked by an employee during a regular work schedule.

Examples of Work week in a sentence

The following statistics represent the average farm worker.Gender: Male Age: 33 Income: $11,000 a yearNative Language:Spanish Number of children: 2 Work week: 42 hoursHealth issues faced: Heat stroke, bodily injuries, exposure to hazardous chemicalsHealth insurance: NoneProfileofaFarmWorkerFederal officials estimate that more than 60 percent of US farm workers are undocumented immigrants.


More Definitions of Work week

Work week means a fixed and regularly recurring period of 168 hours or seven consecutive 24 hour periods; it may begin on any day of the week and any hour of the day, and need not coincide with a calendar week.
Work week means a calendar week, i.e., a week extending from Sunday to Saturday inclusive.
Work week means 12:00 AM Sunday through 11:59 PM Saturday.
Work week is the schedule of days worked that is established by paragraphs 2(b), (c), and (d) of this Article. “Work Shift” is the time between the starting and ending hours of work on any work day within a Work Week as authorized by this Article.
Work week means the 40-hour time period an employee works between Saturday and Friday, including any leave time taken.
Work week means a 7 consecutive day week defined by the County’s payroll schedule which consistently begins and ends on the same day throughout the year; i.e. Sunday through Saturday, Wednesday through Tuesday, or Friday through Thursday.