Decision of the Board The decision of the majority shall be the decision of the Board. Where there is no majority decision, the decision of the Chairperson shall be the decision of the Board. The decision of the Board of Arbitration shall be final, binding and enforceable on all parties, and may not be changed. The Board of Arbitration shall not have the power to change this Agreement or to alter, modify or amend any of its provisions. However, the Board shall have the power to dispose of a grievance by any arrangement which it deems just and equitable.
Independent Decision The Investor is not relying on the Issuer or on any legal or other opinion in the materials reviewed by the Investor with respect to the financial or tax considerations of the Investor relating to its investment in the Shares. The Investor has relied solely on the representations and warranties, covenants and agreements of the Issuer in this Agreement (including the exhibits and schedules hereto) and on its examination and independent investigation in making its decision to acquire the Shares.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE 8.1.0 A transition committee comprised of the employee representatives and the employer representatives, including the Crown, will be established by January 31, 2016 to address all matters that may arise in the creation of the Trust.
Selection Committee 1. The Fund Operator shall establish at least one Selection Committee. The role of the Selection Committee is to recommend to the Fund Operator which projects should be funded. The Selection Committee shall consist of at least three persons with the relevant sector expertise and experience of working on or with civil society. At least one of them shall be external to the Fund Operator [and its Partner(s)].
Negotiation Committee The Hospital will recognize a Negotiation Committee of up to eight (8) nurses from the Bargaining Unit. Nurses on the Negotiating Team will be scheduled to work the day tour on days that the Negotiating Teams are meeting and will be paid as though they had worked.
Delegation; Committees The Trustees shall have power to delegate from time to time to one or more of their number or to officers, employees or agents of the Trust the doing of such things and the execution of such instruments either in the name of the Trust or the names of the Trustees or otherwise as the Trustees may deem expedient, except to the extent such delegation is prohibited by applicable law. Without limiting the foregoing, and notwithstanding any provisions herein to the contrary, the Trustees may by resolution appoint committees consisting of one or more, but less than the whole number of, Trustees then in office and such other members as the Trustees shall approve, which committees may be empowered to act for and bind the Trustees and the Trust, as if the acts of such committees were the acts of all the Trustees then in office.
Central Dispute Resolution Committee a) There shall be established a Central Dispute Resolution Committee (CDRC), which shall be composed of two (2) representatives from each of the central parties, and two (2) representatives of the Crown.
Scheduling Committee There shall be a Scheduling Committee comprised of four (4) members, one of whom shall be the Bargaining Unit President, who will be the Chairperson, and three (3) other members, one of whom may be part-time. There shall be four (4) representatives of the Hospital. Employees who are members of this committee shall suffer no loss of earnings for time spent during regular working hours for attending committee meetings. Where an employee attends a committee meeting outside of regularly scheduled hours, she or he will be paid for all hours spent in attendance at meetings at her or his regular straight time hourly rate. These hours will not result in any overtime or premium payment under the scheduling regulations of the collective agreement. The Scheduling Committee shall be provided with a copy of all current master rotations no later than January 30th in each calendar year. Master rotations will not be altered without first meeting with the Union to discuss the proposed changes consistent with F5. The Hospital will endeavor to provide the Scheduling Committee with a copy of the Holiday Season schedule, a minimum of two (2) weeks prior to posting, for review. The purpose of the Committee is to assist Nursing Units in developing, reviewing or revising their work schedules and to make recommendations for change. Employees in an area who wish to have their schedules reviewed, should make a request in writing to the Scheduling Committee. The request may be for either a 7.5 hour schedule or an Extended Tour Schedule or 4 on 5 off scheduling model. C-6 Professional Development Committee There shall be a Professional Development Committee as required by Article 9.02, composed of seven (7) Hospital representatives and seven (7) Union representatives. The Hospital representatives are the Vice-President, Patient Care Services & CNE or designate, a Human Resources representative and five (5) others and the Union representatives are the Bargaining Unit President or designate and six (6) other employees.
Nominating Committee The Board of Directors shall appoint a Nominating Committee consisting of not fewer than three members, one of whom shall be designated as Chairman of the Nominating Committee. A majority of members of the Nominating Committee shall not be officers of the Corporation. The Nominating Committee shall have and may exercise those rights, powers and authority of the Board of Directors as may from time to time be granted to it by the Board of Directors; provided, however, that in addition to any such rights, powers or authority, the Nominating Committee shall have the exclusive right to recommend candidates for election as directors to the Board of Directors.
Local Negotiating Committee (a) A negotiating committee of four (4) employee representatives appointed by the union including the bargaining unit president.