A Policy Sample Clauses

A Policy. Grievance shall be defined as a dispute involving a question of general application or interpretation of an article(s) of this Collective Agreement, which arises directly between the University and the Union. It shall be submitted directly at STEP 2 subject to the time limits set out in
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A Policy. It is the policy of the Village that the public has the reasonable right to expect its Fire/Rescue Department personnel to be free from the effects of drugs and alcohol. It is also the policy of the Village to provide a safe work environment and to protect the public by insuring that employees union members have the integrity, stamina, and the physical, mental and emotional ability to perform fire suppression and paramedic duties. The Village, as the employer, therefore has the right to expect its employees union members to report for work fit and able for duty, and to refrain from any conduct involving the abuse of substances and any other illegal conduct.
A Policy. Grievance is an unresolved issue arising directly between the Union and the Employer around the interpretation, application or administration of the collective agreement and is not a matter that could be brought as an individual or a group grievance.
A Policy. 7 It is the policy of the County to reduce to a minimum overtime work. 8 The governing body, in coordination with the Department Heads, 9 shall formulate rules for the allowance or denial of overtime work. If, 10 in the judgment of a Department Head, work in excess of the workday 11 or workweek, as established by the County, is required, they may 12 authorize such overtime. Time worked beyond the established 13 workday or workweek will not be considered overtime unless it has 14 been specifically authorized by the immediate supervisor.
A Policy. A.1 This policy is created in accordance with the Collective Agreement between the College and CUPE Local 2081. In no case may this policy override a right or condition outlined within the collective agreement except by mutual agreement of the parties.

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  • SPAM POLICY You are strictly prohibited from using the Website or any of the Company's Services for illegal spam activities, including gathering email addresses and personal information from others or sending any mass commercial emails.


  • Pet Policy 🞎 Pets are prohibited 🞎 Up to pets are permitted The following pet requirements apply [insert requirements including type, size and quantity,ifapplicable: ] The above-described pet policy is a material provision of this Lease. Violation of the pet policy may lead to damages, deposit, and/or fees or additional rent assessed to Tenant and constitutes a default under this Lease.

  • Policy Because the volume of human genomic and phenotypic data maintained in these repositories is substantial and, in some instances, potentially sensitive (e.g., data related to the presence or risk of developing particular diseases or conditions and information regarding family relationships or ancestry), data must be shared in a manner consistent with the research participants’ informed consent, and the confidentiality of the data and the privacy of participants must be protected. Access to human genomic data will be provided to research investigators who, along with their institutions, have certified their agreement with the expectations and terms of access detailed below. NIH expects that, through Data Access Request (DAR) process, approved users of controlled-access datasets recognize any restrictions on data use established by the Submitting Institutions through the Institutional Certification, and as stated on the dbGaP study page. Definitions of the underlined terminology in this document are found in section 13. The parties to this Agreement include: the Principal Investigator (PI) requesting access to the genomic study dataset (an “Approved User”), the PI’s home institution (the “Requester”) as represented by the Institutional Signing Official designated through the eRA Commons system, and the NIH. The effective date of this Agreement shall be the DAR Approval Date, as specified in the notification of approval of the Data Access Committee (DAC).

  • Harassment Policy It is the policy of CUPE as an Employer to ensure that the working environment is conducive to the performance of work and is such that employees are not hindered from carrying out their responsibilities. The Employer considers harassment in the work force to be a totally unacceptable form of intimidation and will not tolerate its occurrence. The Employer will ensure that victims of harassment are able to register complaints without reprisal. Harassment is a form of discrimination and includes personal harassment. Harassment shall be defined as any improper behaviour by a person which is offensive to any employee and which that person knows or ought reasonably to have known would be inappropriate or unwelcome. It comprises objectionable conduct, comment or display made on either a one-time or continuous basis that demeans, belittles or causes personal humiliation or embarrassment to an employee. The parties to this Agreement will work together to ensure that all employees, and CUPE members understand their personal responsibility to promote a harassment-free working environment. Appendix “U”, herein below shall be followed respecting matters referred to directly herein.

  • Travel Policy (1) Travel arrangements shall be planned in accordance with the Federal Travel regulations, prescribed by the General Services Administration for travel in the conterminous 48 United States, (hereinafter the FTR) and the Joint Travel Regulation, Volume 2, DoD Civilian Personnel, Appendix A, prescribed by the Department of Defense (hereinafter the JTR).

  • Alcohol Policy Residents are required to abide by all New York State and New York University regulations regarding the use of alcohol. In residence halls, persons under the age of 21 may not be in the presence of alcohol or alcoholic beverage containers. Students (including residents and non- residential students), and guests who are of legal drinking age (21 years of age or older) may possess and consume alcoholic beverages (referred herein “alcohol”) within NYU residence halls in accordance with the following:

  • Schedule of Underlying Insurance Policies If Umbrella or Excess policy is evidenced to comply with minimum limits, a copy of the Underlying Schedule from the Umbrella or Excess insurance policy may be required.

  • Safety Policy Each employer is required by law to have a safety policy and program. TIR will ask for and may require a copy of that policy and program.

  • Retention Policy City shall retain ten percent (10%) of the amount due for Required Services detailed on each invoice (the “holdback amount”). Upon City review and determination of Project Completion, the holdback amount will be issued to Consultant.

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