Be appropriate Sample Clauses

Be appropriate. You are in a work situation and are expected to treat your Site Supervisor and others with courtesy and kindness. Dress neatly and appropriately. Use formal names unless instructed otherwise. Set a positive standard for other students to follow as a part of CSUMB’s ongoing Internship Program.
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Be appropriate. Remember that you are a representative of our school and District. Swearing, vulgarity, ethnic or racial slurs, sexual innuendos, and any other inflammatory language is prohibited. Transmitting or receiving obscene messages or pictures is prohibited.
Be appropriate. Use appropriate language and voice volume in the classroom.
Be appropriate. You are in a community work situation and are expected to treat your supervisor, co-worker(s) and clients with courtesy and kindness. Dress comfortably, neatly, and appropriately. Use formal names unless instructed otherwise. Set a positive standard for other service scholars to follow as part of CSULA's ongoing community service learning program.

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  • Protective Measures We have implemented and will maintain appropriate technical and organisational measures in relation to the Services taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation, and the nature, scope, context and purposes of Processing, as well as the likelihood and severity of risk to the rights and freedoms of data subjects. This includes measures relating to the physical security of Our facilities used to deliver them, measures to control access rights to Our assets and relevant networks, and processes for testing these measures. In accordance with Our obligations under applicable law, We may undertake digital forensic investigations in relation to the use of the Services and Subscriptions. You are responsible for using, and ensuring that your Users use, the controls and advice provided by the Services correctly and consistently.

  • Annual Appropriations The State’s performance and obligation to pay under this contract are contingent upon an annual appropriation by the Legislature.

  • Annual Appropriation Pursuant to section 287.0582, F.S., if the Contract binds the State of Florida or an agency for the purchase of services or tangible personal property for a period in excess of one fiscal year, the State of Florida’s performance and obligation to pay under the Contract is contingent upon an annual appropriation by the Legislature.

  • Corporate Approvals Prior to Closing Date, each of the parties shall submit this Agreement to its board of directors and when necessary, its respective shareholders and obtain approval of this Agreement. Copies of corporate actions taken shall be provided to each party.

  • Corporate Approval This Agreement has been approved by the Board, and has been duly executed and delivered by Employee and on behalf of the Company by its duly authorized representative.

  • Employability Executive acknowledges (i) that Executive has sufficient abilities and talents to be able to obtain, upon the termination of Executive’s employment, comparable employment from another business while fully honoring and complying with the above covenants concerning confidential information and contacts with the Company’s or any of its Affiliates’ customers or employees, and (ii) the importance to the Company and its Affiliates of the above covenants. Accordingly, for a period of one (1) year following the termination of Executive’s employment with the Company and upon the Company’s reasonable request of Executive, Executive shall advise the Company of the identity of Executive’s new employer and shall provide a general description, in reasonable detail, of Executive’s new duties and responsibilities sufficient to inform the Company of its need to request a court order to enforce the above covenants.

  • Profitability The Board reviewed detailed information regarding revenues received by XXXX under the Agreement. The Board considered the estimated costs to XXXX, and pre-tax profits realized by XXXX, from advising the DWS Funds, as well as estimates of the pre-tax profits attributable to managing the Fund in particular. The Board also received information regarding the estimated enterprise-wide profitability of DIMA and its affiliates with respect to all fund services in totality and by fund. The Board and the Fee Consultant reviewed XXXX’s methodology in allocating its costs to the management of the Fund. Based on the information provided, the Board concluded that the pre-tax profits realized by XXXX in connection with the management of the Fund were not unreasonable. The Board also reviewed certain publicly available information regarding the profitability of certain similar investment management firms. The Board noted that, while information regarding the profitability of such firms is limited (and in some cases is not necessarily prepared on a comparable basis), DIMA and its affiliates’ overall profitability with respect to the DWS Funds (after taking into account distribution and other services provided to the funds by XXXX and its affiliates) was lower than the overall profitability levels of most comparable firms for which such data was available. Economies of Scale. The Board considered whether there are economies of scale with respect to the management of the Fund and whether the Fund benefits from any economies of scale. The Board noted that the Fund’s investment management fee schedule includes fee breakpoints. The Board concluded that the Fund’s fee schedule represents an appropriate sharing between the Fund and DIMA of such economies of scale as may exist in the management of the Fund at current asset levels.

  • Progressive Discipline Both parties endorse the principle of progressive discipline as applied to professionals.

  • Medically Necessary In general, We will not Cover any dental service, procedure, treatment, test or device that We determine is not Medically Necessary. If an External Appeal Agent certified by the State overturns Our denial, however, We will Cover the service, procedure, treatment, test or device for which coverage has been denied, to the extent that such service, procedure, treatment, test or device, is otherwise Covered under the terms of this Contract.

  • Reasonable and Necessary Restrictions The Executive acknowledges that the restrictions, prohibitions and other provisions hereof, including, without limitation the Restriction Period, are reasonable, fair and equitable in terms of duration, scope and geographic area, are necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and are a material inducement to the Company to enter into this Agreement.

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