Appropriate Matters Sample Clauses

Appropriate Matters. 44 It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for consultation and negotiation between the 45 District and the Association are matters with respect to wages, hours, benefits, and working 46 conditions of employees subject to this Agreement.
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Appropriate Matters. It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for consultation and negotiation between the District and the Association are matters with respect to wages, hours, benefits, and working conditions of employees subject to this Agreement. It is further agreed and understood that the District will inform and meet with the Association at a reasonable time and place for discussions regarding substantive changes in wages, hours, benefits, and working conditions. A R T I C L E V I LABOR / MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Appropriate Matters. 46 Pursuant to Chapter 41.56.030 RCW, Public Employees Collective Bargaining Act, the District and the 47 Association agree to meet at reasonable times, to confer and negotiate in good faith, and to execute a 48 written Agreement regarding matters appropriate for negotiations which shall relate to salaries, hours, 1 working conditions, and grievance procedures, except that by such obligation, neither party shall be 2 compelled to agree to a proposal or be required to make a concession, unless otherwise provided in 3 Chapter 41.56.070 RCW. 7 A R T I C L E V I‌ 9 ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATION 10
Appropriate Matters. It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for consultation and negotiation between the District and the Association are those relating to hours, wages, general working conditions, and grievance procedures of employees in the bargaining unit subject to this Agreement. Classified shall be afforded an equal opportunity with other groups of employees and administrators for input in selecting the school calendar.
Appropriate Matters. Matters appropriate for negotiation are personnel policies, practices, and other terms or conditions of employment. These matters include, but are not limited to, safety, training, labor-management relations, employee services, methods of adjusting grievances, leave, wages, hours or work, and promotion/demotion and disciplinary procedures.
Appropriate Matters. 42 It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for consultation and negotiation between the 43 District and the Association are those relating to hours, wages, general working conditions, and 44 grievance procedures of employees in the bargaining unit subject to this Agreement. Classified shall be 45 afforded an equal opportunity with other groups of employees and administrators for input in selecting 46 the school calendar.
Appropriate Matters. Negotiation: Matters appropriate for negotiation are personnel policies, practi and matters affecting conditions of employment of unit employees which are within the control of the employer. These matters include, but are not limited to, safe training, labor-management relations, employee services, methods of adjusting grievances, leave, promotion and demotion procedures, and hour work. Also appropriate for negotiation are procedures which management officials will observe in exercising any authority under this section or appropriate arrangements for employees adversely affected by the exercise of any authority under this section. This agreement does not alter the responsibility of either party to meet with th other to discuss or negotiate appropriate matters not covered by this agreeme Consultation: The employer will consult with the union in regards to numbers, types, and grades of employees or positions assigned to the organizational subdivisions, work projects, tours of duty and the technology, methods, and means of performing work. These matters are appropriate for consultation in a collaborative effort to assist management in making the best possible decision. Therefore, the employer recognizes that pre-decisional input by t union is vital to sound management decisions.
Appropriate Matters. Section 2-1. Matters appropriate for consultation or negotiation between the Employer and the Union shall include personnel policies and practices and matters affecting working conditions so far as may be appropriate under applicable laws and regulations, including policies set forth in The Federal Personnel Manual (FPM), published Agency policies and regulations, and The Federal Service Labor- Management Relations Statute. However, the obligation to meet and confer does not include 71061, Title 7.
Appropriate Matters. If either party so requests, the Employer and the Union agree to meet promptly and to jointly make every effort to resolve the matter which created the concern.

Related to Appropriate Matters

  • Certain Litigation Matters The Owner Trustee shall provide prompt written notice to the Depositor, the Seller and the Servicer of any action, proceeding or investigation known to the Owner Trustee that could reasonably be expected to adversely affect the Trust or the Owner Trust Estate.

  • FDA Matters (a) The Corporation has (i) complied in all material respects with all applicable laws, regulations and specifications with respect to the manufacture, design, sale, storing, labeling, testing, distribution, inspection, promotion and marketing of all of the Corporation’s products and product candidates and the operation of manufacturing facilities promulgated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (the “FDA”) or any corollary entity in any other jurisdiction and (ii) conducted, and in the case of any clinical trials conducted on its behalf, caused to be conducted, all of its clinical trials with reasonable care and in compliance in all material respects with all applicable laws and the stated protocols for such clinical trials.

  • Insurance Matters The Loan Trustee shall have received an insurance report of an independent insurance broker and the related certificates of insurance, each in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Loan Trustee, as to the compliance with the terms of Section 7.06 of the Indenture relating to insurance with respect to the Aircraft.

  • Corporate Matters Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section 12.6 and any provision of law, the Club Trustee shall not do any of the following:

  • Compliance Matters (a) The Sub-Adviser understands and agrees that it is a “service provider” to the Trust as contemplated by Rule 38a-1 under the 1940 Act. As such, the Sub-Adviser agrees to cooperate fully with the Adviser and the Trust and its Trustees and officers, including the Fund’s CCO, with respect to (i) any and all compliance-related matters, and (ii) the Trust’s efforts to assure that each of its service providers adopts and maintains policies and procedures that are reasonably designed to prevent violation of the “federal securities laws” (as that term is defined by Rule 38a-1) by the Trust, the Adviser and the Sub-Adviser. In this regard, the Sub-Adviser shall:

  • Policy Matters (a) As soon as possible, and in no event later than 11:00 a.m., New York time, on the second Business Day immediately preceding each Distribution Date, the Trustee shall determine the amount of funds available for such Distribution Date minus the amount of any FSA Premium and any fee to paid to the Trustee on such Distribution Date

  • Litigation Matters If the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution do not agree to submit the Dispute Item to arbitration, the Dispute Item may be resolved by litigation in accordance with Federal or state law, as provided in Section 13.10 of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement. Any litigation shall be filed in a United States District Court in the proper district.

  • Union Matters An accurate list and description (in all material respects) of union contracts and collective bargaining agreements of Target, if any (Annex QQ).

  • Litigation and Environmental Matters (a) There are no actions, suits or proceedings by or before any arbitrator or Governmental Authority pending against or, to the knowledge of the Borrower, threatened against or affecting the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries (i) as to which there is a reasonable possibility of an adverse determination and that, if adversely determined, could reasonably be expected, individually or in the aggregate, to result in a Material Adverse Effect (other than the Disclosed Matters) or (ii) that involve this Agreement or the Transactions.

  • Transition Matters The Consultant shall render such ------------------ services to Purchaser as the Consultant and the President of the Purchaser (or his designee) shall mutually agree with respect to (i) Purchaser and Company business matters relating to the transition period prior to and following the Merger and (ii) integration of the business of the Company with the business of Purchaser.