Even the ones where there is snow in the forecast?Regular workday here. I applaud your tough-guy stance. But I tend to show up on scheduled workdays. (Any of them).
That is here also.It is a holiday that we have to work. Double time for hours worked plus holiday pay.
We have missed trailers from Wednesday and will have a solid 14+ inches of snow on the ground by Friday. It will be a 12+ hour day for sure.That is here also.
Ill have about 10-15 retail/re$taurant $top$, a few hour$ of re$i$, then $it and wait for one dialysis clinic and one ltrbox.
We are running about 15-20 fewer routes than normal due to all the closed businesses, so they could have posted the signup list and worked voluntary from top down then force bottom up. They didnt.
Double time plus 8 hours holiday pay@hondo is incorrect, at least for the Central
He said "The contract lists the paid holidays. It doesn't say anything about 'NOT' working those days, just that you receive holiday pay"
A regular seniority employee shall not be required to work on the following eight (8) named holidays-New Year’s Day, Memorial
Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve-regardless of the day of the week on which the named holiday falls, provided they comply with the qualifications set forth hereinafter.
I know it says elsewhere "that if required to work" you are paid double time.
Our genius leader gave away day after Thanksgiving- no longer a holiday. It is a regular work day. When it was a holiday, they were allowed to force us in and our amazing language gave us straight time for gentlemen first eight hours.You time and a half, or just straight time?