Workweek definition

Workweek means 12:00 AM Sunday through 11:59 PM Saturday.
Workweek means any seven (7) consecutive days, starting with the same calendar day each week. "Workweek" is a fixed and regularly recurring period of 168 hours, seven (7) consecutive 24-hour periods.
Workweek means a designated block of 168 hours within which an employee’s work schedule is contained.

Examples of Workweek in a sentence

Workweek: any consecutive seven (7) day period starting with the same calendar day and hour each week.

Employees shall earn sick leave as of their date of hire in accordance with the following schedule: Maximum Sick Leave Entitlement Per Year Sick Leave will be 37.5 Hr. Workweek: 82.5 Hrs.

Any other community−based public or private, nonprofit organization that the department determines should have access to information under this subsection in the interest of protecting the public.

Any full-time employee who, on the effective date of this Agreement, occupied a position designated as Non-standard Workweek shall continue to receive the 10% or 20% pay differential until that employee vacates the position.

Employees shall be eligible for annual leave after 30 calendar days of service with the Employer in accordance with the following schedule: Leave Service Credit Maximum Annual Leave (Includes all periods of Entitlement Per Year Commonwealth Service) Up to 3 Years: Annual Leave will be 37.5 Hr. Workweek: 52.5 Hrs.


More Definitions of Workweek

Workweek means any consecutive set period of 168 hours (7 days) starting with the same calendar day and hour each week.
Workweek means a calendar week, starting on Sunday and ending on Saturday.
Workweek means a regularly recurring period of time within a 168-hour period of seven consecutive 24-hour days.
Workweek means any Workweek. – Any period of 168 consecutive hours.
Workweek means a fixed and regularly recurring period of one hundred sixty-eight hours, or seven consecutive twenty-four 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.