Benefits Review Sample Clauses

Benefits Review. The District and the Association agree that the Department Manager of Human Resources or designee and the President of the Association and/or designee shall meet annually between the months of March and May to discuss the District’s benefits plans, if requested by the Association. This discussion may include a review of the status of the plans, the preceding year’s experience under the plans, levels of coverage, alternative benefits, and other matters relating to employee benefits.
Benefits Review. Prior to the end of each fiscal year of the Company, the Board of Directors of the Company shall review Employee's salary and benefits payable hereunder. Any increases in salary or changes in fringe benefits determined by the Board of Directors of the Company at such annual review shall become effective the following month unless otherwise determined by the Company. Employee understands and acknowledges that the opportunity of an annual salary and benefit review by the Board shall not be construed in any manner as an express or implied agreement by the Company to raise or increase his salary or benefits.
Benefits Review. Employee’s Salary, bonus and benefits payable hereunder will be subject to annual review by the compensation committee of the Board, in consultation with the CEO, and such compensation may be increased, but not decreased (except in connection with, and in the same percentage as, a broad-based corporate officer decrease), in the good faith determination of the compensation committee of the Board, in consultation with the CEO. Employee understands and acknowledges that the opportunity of an annual salary and benefit review by the Board shall not be construed in any manner as an express or implied agreement by the Employer to raise or increase his salary or benefits.
Benefits Review. Prior to the end of each fiscal year of the Company, the Board of Directors of the Company shall review Employee's salary and benefits payable hereunder. Any increases in salary or changes in fringe benefits determined by the Board of Directors of the Company at such annual review shall become effective the following month unless otherwise determined by the Company.
Benefits Review. The parties agree to conduct a review of existing benefits to determine the potential to enhance benefits coverage at no additional cost. The parties may make recommendations, but they shall not be binding on either party. SIGNED FOR THE SIGNED FOR THE UNION: EMPLOYER: Susan Fisher Keith J. Murray Coordinator of Organizing and Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark, Private Sector Bargaining LLP Date Signed Date Signed SIGNED FOR THE SIGNED FOR THE UNION: EMPLOYER: Susan Fisher Keith J. Murray Coordinator of Organizing and Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark, Private Sector Bargaining LLP Nestor Hilario Victoria Atkinson Bargaining Committee Member Merlitta Nitura Paul Woodhouse Bargaining Committee Member Irina Rey Bargaining Committee Member
Benefits Review. The parties agree to conduct a review of existing benefits to determine the potential to enhance benefits coverage at no additional cost. The parties may make recommendations, but they shall not be binding on either party. SIGNED FOR THE SIGNED FOR THE Date Signed Date Signed Victoria Atkinson Human Resources and Benefits Manager Janine Brooker Negotiator UNION: EMPLOYER: Letter of Understanding #2 – MSP Premiums If MSP premiums are eliminated during the term of the Collective Agreement, and Pro Vita receives a windfall due to the elimination of the premiums, Pro Vita agrees to redirect the money it saves on premiums, into a vision care benefit to be negotiated by the parties. It is understood this will not apply if no savings are achieved by Pro Vita, due to a payroll or other tax being substituted on employers, to otherwise pay for MSP. Date Signed Date Signed Victoria Atkinson Human Resources and Benefits Manager Janine Brooker Negotiator SIGNED FOR THE EMPLOYER: SIGNED FOR THE UNION: Any disputes arising from this LOU will be subject to the resolution by Grant McArthur. SIGNED FOR THE SIGNED FOR THE UNION: EMPLOYER: Wendy Beer Keith J. Murray Assistant Secretary Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark, Business Manager LLP Janine Brooker Victoria Atkinson Negotiator Human Resources and Benefits Manager Merlitta Nitura Bargaining Committee Member Perlita Nemetz Bargaining Committee Member Victoria Castillo Bargaining Committee Member
Benefits Review. The parties agree to conduct a joint review of benefit plans for the purpose of determining efficiencies and opportunities for plan modifications or adaptations. The Committee will include a suitable number of employee representatives who shall be appointed by the Union. Leave will be granted to attend pursuant to Article 3.4(a)(2) – Time off for Union Business. Any changes recommended as a result of the review will be cost neutral, in that there will be no additional unfunded liability to the Employer as a result of any changes in the plan. Any changes that result in plan savings will be used to improve benefits for employees and to administer the plan. The parties agree that the Letter of UnderstandingRevisions of Benefits, will expire on March 31, 2014. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT #1 Job Evaluation/Compensation Review - Nurses Nursing positions at BC Housing will be reviewed against the job evaluation and compensation plan established for Public Service nursing positions. Any adjustments in salary as a result of the initial review will be retroactive to the date of signing. In the event any position is found to be compensated at a rate higher than the Public Service equivalent job, it will be red circled in accordance with Article 11.2(b). Thereafter salaries for nurses will be the same as those negotiated for Public Service nurses for the life of the Collective Agreement. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT #2

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Compensation Review It is understood and agreed that Executive’s performance will be reviewed by the Company’s Board of Directors at the end of each calendar year during which this Agreement is in force for the purpose of determining whether or not Executive’s Base Salary and/or cash bonuses should be increased; it being further understood that the decision to increase Executive’s compensation shall be at the sole and exclusive option of the Board of Directors.
Performance and Salary Review Company will periodically review Executive’s performance on no less than an annual basis. Adjustments to salary or other compensation, if any, will be made by Company in its sole and absolute discretion.
CHECKS, REVIEWS AUDITS AND INVESTIGATIONS — EXTENSION OF FINDINGS
Claims Review The IRO shall perform the Claims Review annually to cover each of the five Reporting Periods. The IRO shall perform all components of each Claims Review.
Benefits Committee a) A benefits committee comprised of the employee representatives, the employer representatives, including the Crown, and Trust Representatives will meet to address all matters that may arise in the operation of the Trust. This committee is currently known as “TRAC 3”.
Developer Compensation for Emergency Services If, during an Emergency State, the Developer provides services at the request or direction of the NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner, the Developer will be compensated for such services in accordance with the NYISO Services Tariff.
Log Reviews All systems processing and/or storing PHI COUNTY discloses to 11 CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR creates, receives, maintains, or transmits on behalf of COUNTY 12 must have a routine procedure in place to review system logs for unauthorized access.
Performance of Reviews The RIRs shall send a request for review to the Operator per email, where they shall specify the areas they request a review for. The Operator must comply with the request by providing the requested information within five working days. The review may include an onsite inspection. In this case the RIRs and the Operator must agree on a specific date for the inspection to take place, which may not be later than sixty calendar days from the date of the request.
Independent Review Contractor shall provide the Secretary of ADS/CIO an independent expert review of any Agency recommendation for any information technology activity when its total cost is $1,000,000.00 or greater or when CIO requires one. The State has identified two sub-categories for Independent Reviews, Standard and Complex. The State will identify in the SOW RFP the sub-category they are seeking. State shall not consider bids greater than the maximum value indicated below for this category. Standard Independent Review $25,000 Maximum Complex Independent Review $50,000 Maximum Per Vermont statute 3 V.S.A. 2222, The Secretary of Administration shall obtain independent expert review of any recommendation for any information technology initiated after July 1, 1996, as information technology activity is defined by subdivision (a) (10), when its total cost is $1,000,000 or greater or when required by the State Chief Information Officer. Documentation of this independent review shall be included when plans are submitted for review pursuant to subdivisions (a)(9) and (10) of this section. The independent review shall include: • An acquisition cost assessment • A technology architecture review • An implementation plan assessment • A cost analysis and model for benefit analysis • A procurement negotiation advisory services contract • An impact analysis on net operating costs for the agency carrying out the activity In addition, from time to time special reviews of the advisability and feasibility of certain types of IT strategies may be required. Following are Requirements and Capabilities for this Service: • Identify acquisition and lifecycle costs; • Assess wide area network (WAN) and/or local area network (LAN) impact; • Assess risks and/or review technical risk assessments of an IT project including security, data classification(s), subsystem designs, architectures, and computer systems in terms of their impact on costs, benefits, schedule and technical performance; • Assess, evaluate and critically review implementation plans, e.g.: • Adequacy of support for conversion and implementation activities • Adequacy of department and partner staff to provide Project Management • Adequacy of planned testing procedures • Acceptance/readiness of staff • Schedule soundness • Adequacy of training pre and post project • Assess proposed technical architecture to validate conformance to the State’s “strategic direction.” • Insure system use toolsets and strategies are consistent with State Chief Information Officer (CIO) policies, including security and digital records management; • Assess the architecture of the proposed hardware and software with regard to security and systems integration with other applications within the Department, and within the Agency, and existing or planned Enterprise Applications; • Perform cost and schedule risk assessments to support various alternatives to meet mission need, recommend alternative courses of action when one or more interdependent segment(s) or phase(s) experience a delay, and recommend opportunities for new technology insertions; • Assess the architecture of the proposed hardware and software with regard to the state of the art in this technology. • Assess a project’s backup/recovery strategy and the project’s disaster recovery plans for adequacy and conformance to State policy. • Evaluate the ability of a proposed solution to meet the needs for which the solution has been proposed, define the ability of the operational and user staff to integrate this solution into their work.
Post Review With respect to each contract not governed by paragraph 2 of this Part, the procedures set forth in paragraph 4 of Appendix 1 to the Guidelines shall apply.