Administrative Action Sample Clauses

Administrative Action. The administrator shall then have ten (10) working days to consider the matter and transmit a written decision to the bargaining unit member communicating his/her findings on the issues in the dispute, a disposition with reasons as to whether formal discipline should be levied.
Administrative Action a. The Office of Housing and Residential Life reserves the right to take administrative action, to make decisions that maintain an academic atmosphere in the halls, and to insure the safety of the residents (i.e., termination of agreement, relocation, removal of offensive property).
Administrative Action. It refers to the resolution that approves the Final Project Concession, as set out in Ministerial Resolution No. 209-2015-MEM/DM.
Administrative Action. The Executive Director of Residential Services, or designee, may act administratively to maintain the residence hall living and learning environment by moving a student to a room other than the one to which he or she was initially assigned, . In consultation with the appropriate university departments the Executive Director of Residential Services or designee may restrict guest privileges when there is a community health or safety concern. These actions shall become effective immediately without prior notice, are considered final, and not subject to further review.
Administrative Action. Ensure all Spill Past Unloaded Units (SPUU) is allocated each hour (even when all participant requirements are met and estimates are accurate).
Administrative Action. 28.1 No teacher shall be disciplined (including written warnings; written reprimands; suspensions; disciplinary reductions in rank; or reductions in salary or discharges--to the extent not covered by law) without just cause. Any disciplinary action shall be subject to the grievance procedure. The specific grounds forming the basis for disciplinary action will be provided in writing to the teacher at the time the action is taken except in cases of emergency.
Administrative Action. Each facility will maintain an availability list of qualified staff who has passed their probationary period as of April 20, 2003 in seniority order. Relief work shall be offered to the most senior employee from said list who is qualified and available at that location. If relief work is still available; • The South District will maintain an availability list of qualified staff who has passed their probationary period as of April 20, 2003 in seniority order. Available work will be offered to the most senior employee from said list who is qualified and available in the South District. • Each facility will maintain a record of all relief work offered.
Administrative Action. The defendant understands that it may be subject to administrative action by federal or state agencies other than the United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, based upon the conviction resulting from this plea agreement, and that this plea agreement in no way controls whatever action, if any, other agencies may take. The United States agrees, however, that, if requested, it will advise the appropriate officials of any governmental agency considering such administrative action of the fact, manner, and extent of the cooperation of the defendant as a matter for that agency to consider before determining what administrative action, if any, to take.
Administrative Action. 1. The Board recognizes some student behavioral problems to be beyond the teacher’s immediate control and agrees that the school administration will take any and all action deemed necessary by the school administration. When a child’s behavior is such that it impedes or undermines the academic progress of the class and the child is removed from class by the teacher, the problem shall be dealt with by the appropriate administrator. If deemed necessary by the administrator, the administrator shall meet with the student, teacher and/or parent.
Administrative Action. Any employee who is determined to be an illegal user of drugs and who occupies a sensitive position shall be removed from that position through appropriate personnel action. The employee may be returned to duty in a sensitive position, as part of a counseling or rehabilitation program if, in the sole discretion of the head of the command, he or she determines that returning the employee to duty in the sensitive position would not endanger public health, safety or national security. Such determinations will be made in a fair, equitable, and nondiscriminatory manner. Employees who are not in sensitive positions may be removed from employment for the use of or possession of illegal drugs or may face lesser discipline, as determined by the Deciding Official. Any employee who is determined to be an illegal user of drugs and who occupies a position which is not a sensitive position shall be subject to discipline and/or adverse action under provisions for employee discipline and/or administrative action under applicable law and regulations and the terms of the CMLA.