Where, because of operational requirements, an Employee is scheduled by the
Employer to work shifts, that Employee shall receive two dollars and
twenty-five ($2.25) cents per hour for working a shift where at least
one-half of the hours in such shift fall between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
the purposes of this Article, a shift refers to the daily equivalent of the
normal hours of work as set out in Clause 16.01. A wage or part-time
Employee who works less than the daily equivalent of the normal hours of
work shall be paid shift differential if he works a minimum of four (4)
hours within the period of 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
no time shall shift differential be included with the Employee's regular
rate of pay for purposes of computing overtime payments, other premium
payments, or any Employee benefits.
Shift differential shall not be paid on any hours for which an Employee
receives overtime compensation.