April 2019 Sample Clauses

April 2019. The individual basic salaries1 of all officers within scope of the JNC for Chief Officers of Local Authorities should be increased by 2.0% with effect from 1 April 2018 and 2.0% with effect from 1 April 2019 (NB: the percentage increases apply to individual salaries as well as pay points if applicable). The JNC has also agreed to cooperate on a joint survey on the levels of stress, workload pressures and unpaid overtime being experienced by Chief Officers. This pay agreement covers the period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2020. Yours faithfully, Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Joint Secretaries cc Xxxx Xxxxx, UNISON 1 Basic salary should exclude other separately identified payments such as Returning Officer fees etc. EmployersSecretary: Officers’ Secretary: Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Local Government Association GMB 00 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx House London 00 Xxxxxxxxxx Xxx SW1P 3HZ London NW1 2HD
April 2019. The Chief Executive Officers of Cassa depositi e prestiti, Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx, of Fincantieri, Xxxxxxxx Xxxx, of Terna, Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx, and of Eni, Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, signed a non-binding agreement today at the Eni headquarters in the EUR district of Rome to develop and build wave power stations on an industrial scale. The agreement seeks to combine the expertise of the collective companies to transform the Inertial Sea Wave Energy Converter (ISWEC) pilot project into a project on an industrial scale for immediate application and use. ISWEC is the innovative system that converts energy generated by waves into electricity. Eni installed the project at its Ravenna offshore site. Under the terms of the agreement, Eni will share its findings from the ISWEC plant pilot project with the joint working group. The ISWEC built in collaboration with the Politecnico di Torino and the Wave for Energy spin-off, will share its technological, industrial and commercial expertise with the group, in addition to sharing information on the logistical and technological elements used at its offshore plant. Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, CEO of Eni, commented: “Today's agreement is an important step forward towards building a new production system for renewable energy generated by wave power. This deal is part of our strategic decarbonization plan and stems from Eni's focus on research, development and the application of new technologies aimed not only at making traditional operating processes more efficient, but also at driving us to create new business segments in the energy sector. Collaborating with three exceptional Italian companies like CDP, Terna and Fincantieri will enable us to pool distinct skills that each company already possesses and help accelerate the development process of this technology. Our ultimate goal is to explore together the potential for projects to be launched on a grand scale, including abroad.” CDP will promote the project with public administrations and institutions involved and, moreover, will share its economic-financial skills, also in order to evaluate the most appropriate of financial support forms to the initiative. CEO Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx commented: "CDP's Business Plan is strongly oriented towards sustainable development, in line with the great global trends and the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the UN 2030 Agenda. The project, therefore, is consistent with our strategy and, together with partners such as Eni, Xxxxxxxxxxx and Terna, we will be able ...
April 2019. Upon final approval by the Division of Procurement Services, a case details page will be made part of this contract.
April 2019. For Craft JNC employees (regardless of job title and designation) whose rate of pay differs from the salaries set out in Annex 1, but which is still contractually linked to the annual settlement reached by this JNC, the pay award is as follows: From 1 April 2018: 2.0% on basic salary and allowances From 1 April 2019: 2.0% on basic salary and allowances However, for those employees who are currently paid the specific annual salaries as set out in Annex 1, the pay award is shown below. The cash figures below have been applied to the annual salary figures as set out in the previous Craft JNC 2016-18 pay agreement. From 1 April 2018: • £1,380 (equivalent to 9.05%) on Building Labourer grade • £1,250 (equivalent to 8.01%) on Heating & Ventilation Mate grade • £1,200 (equivalent to 7.59%) on Building Operative grade • £900 (equivalent to 5.46%) on Plumber grade • £900 (equivalent to 5.27%) on Engineer & Electrician grade • 2.0% on all allowances These cash increases would continue the principle agreed by the JNC in the 2016-18 agreement to align the five Craft Grades to current pay points 8, 10, 11, 13 and 15 respectively on the NJCGreen Book’ pay spine. The NJC pay award includes an agreement to introduce a new pay spine with effect from 1 April 2019. Therefore the cash increases below would align the five Craft Grades to the new pay points 2, 3, 4 and 5 on the revised NJC ‘Green Book’ pay spine. From 1 April 2019: • £1,085 (equivalent to 6.53%) on Building Labourer grade (new SCP 2) • £1,202 (equivalent to 7.13%) on Heating & Ventilation Mate grade (new SCP 3) • £1,058 (equivalent to 6.22%) on Building Operative grade (new SCP 3) • £1,035 (equivalent to 5.95%) on Plumber grade (new SCP 4) • £823 (equivalent to 4.58%) on Engineer & Electrician grade (new SCP 5) • 2.0% on all allowances Yours sincerely, Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxx Xxxxxxx Joint Secretaries ANNEX 1
April 2019. Parties: (i) Great Precision Group Limited, as the Vendor; and
April 2019. For contracts signed after 1 May 2016 the contractual term shall in any case expire on 30 April 2019. This Contract is terminated in case of suspension continuing for three months and in case of dissolution.
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April 2019. The salary review dates for the term of the agreement are 1 April 2017, 1 April 2018 and 1 April 2019. Note in the minutes: A party is entitled, no later than 30 September 2018, to given notice of the agree- ment’s termination on 31 March 2019. Should notice of this agreement’s termination be given by either party specifying 31 March 2019, the difference between 4.0% and the sum of the salary increases of 1 April 2017 and 1 April 2018 is to be added to the salary review on 1 April 2018, in accordance with the principles of this agreement.
April 2019. It can be freely used and copied by the public. In return, report of any inaccuracy detected in this text, and help to improve it would be highly appreciated. STANDARD AGREEMENT aiming to associate a school under local law and the operation of the public service mission invested in the Agency for French Education Abroad Pursuant to the cultural agreement signed between the Government of the French Republic and the Government of Australia on 20 June 1977; Pursuant to articles L.452-1 to L.452-10 and R.451-1 to D.452-11 of the Code of Education; Pursuant to decree no. 2002-22 of 4 January 2002 relating to the administrative and financial situation of personnel in French schools abroad; Pursuant to the Charter for French Education Abroad adopted by the AEFE Board meeting on 10 December 2007; Pursuant to ruling no. 03/2015 of 24/03/2015 of the AEFE Board relating to the standard agreement proposed to schools; Pursuant to circulars AEFE 2251 and 2252 of 26 July 2001 and circular AEFE 2188 of 21 September 2010 relating to locally recruited staff in French schools abroad managed directly by the AEFE or under agreement with the AEFE; Pursuant to circular AEFE 2261 of 23 September 2014 relating to the organization and functioning of the governing bodies in French schools abroad for which the AEFE is responsible; Pursuant to the statutes of Lycée Condorcet – The International French School of Sydney Between The Agency for French Education Abroad, represented by the French Ambassador in Canberra hereafter referred to as the AEFE and Lycée Condorcet – The International French School of Sydney in charge of the management of the Lycée Condorcet, represented by its chairman, Xx. Xxxxxx DROULEZ, hereafter referred to as the managing body. The following has been agreed and decided upon: