Working Conditions definition

Working Conditions means the average number of employees
Working Conditions means operation of a vessel according to its purpose within the prescribed opera- tion zones:
Working Conditions means the conditions under which the work of an employee is performed, including physical or psychological factors.

Examples of Working Conditions in a sentence

  • Section iiiECONOMIC WELFARE & WORKING CONDITIONS Governance CurriculumEconomic Welfare & Working ConditionsGovernment Professional DevelopmentGeneral18.

  • WORKING CONDITIONS: • This position involves working in the technology department at IMESD and/or at Districts and Cities throughout Oregon and Washington in the IMESD contracted service area.• This position is a full-time, 40 hour week position.• Any changes in contract days will be stipulated in each annual employment notification letter.

  • ADDITIONAL SERVICES IIISPECIFIC WORKING CONDITIONS 25For work performed out of working hours (overtime), incl.

  • WORKING CONDITIONS: Mental Demands: Reading; ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); ability to operate multiple types of office equipment.

  • WORKING CONDITIONS IN THE EU RETAIL AND WHOLESALE SECTORIn this section, we focus on working conditions in the EU retail and wholesale sector.

More Definitions of Working Conditions

Working Conditions. The day-to-day circumstances under which an employee performs his or her job.
Working Conditions. The school day will be from 7:40 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Teachers in all schools may be required to participate in a rotating duty schedule amongst certified staff. These duty times would include before school, during lunch hours and after school. Preparation time across all schools may vary dependent upon individual school schedule but will vary no more than 15-20 minutes.
Working Conditions means the:
Working Conditions means the specific working environment and physical
Working Conditions means, during the term of the first Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated between the Board and an Exclusive Bargaining Representative, only the following items: the format of evaluations; the hourly schedules of Non-Certified Employees within the context of the school day times set by the Board; Duty Free Lunch; and the continuation and roles of the Professional Employee Advisory Committee (“PEAC”) and the Support Employee Advisory Committee (“SEAC”). In a successor Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Exclusive Bargaining Representative and the Board may each make proposals to bargain up to two additional bargaining topics (hereinafter, “Negotiated Topic” or “Negotiated Topics”), excluding those subjects and rights reserved to the Board in this Resolution. Thereafter, no additional Working Conditions may be negotiated unless this Resolution is amended by the Board to modify the definition of Working Conditions. The term Working Conditions is limited under this Agreement and intended to be narrowly defined.
Working Conditions means the use of sled dogs for the purpose of carrying or moving essential items used in the survival of humans and sled dogs;
Working Conditions means working environment, nature of work, schedules of work and rest periods, and other circumstances, which have direct impact on the worker’s condition, functional capacity, health and health.