Consequences. The consequences for the Contractor’s failure to implement its affirmative action plan or make a good faith effort to do so include, but are not limited to, suspension or revocation of a certificate of compliance by the Commissioner, refusal by the Commissioner to approve subsequent plans, and termination of all or part of this Contract by the Commissioner or the State.
Consequences. Should one or more schools or the school district subject to this contract be deemed out of compliance by XXXX and the State Board as provided by law or rule, the Local Board agrees to adopt or implement in a timely manner the appropriate consequence(s) as outlined on Exhibit D. “In a timely manner” means before June 30, 2023, unless the contract is extended or renewed.
Consequences. If Cryptovision fails to rectify a defect that is not immaterial, LICENSEE may return the defect software to Cryptovision and Cryptovision shall grant LICENSEE full credit for the Cryptovision Software and accept return of the license(s) and associated software or media. A refund shall only be applicable for failure to grant the contractual use and shall only be possible if Cryptovision fails to cure the defect within a reasonable grace period. Cryptovision shall pay damages and reimburse expenditure due to a defect only within the limits as defined in the section titled “Limitation of Liabilities”.
Consequences. The consequences for the Contractor’s failure to secure and comply with Minnesota Statutes §363A.44 or make a good faith effort to do so, include but are but are not limited to, suspension or revocation of a certificate of Compliance by the Commissioner, and termination of all or part of this contract by the Commissioner or Minnesota State.
Consequences. The privilege of having a computer comes with a new set of responsibilities and new consequences. Violations of this Chromebook Policy may have consequences, including but not limited to: • Notification to parents/guardians; • Suspension of network, technology, or Chromebook privileges; • Complete loss of Chromebook; • Detention or suspension from school and school-related activities; and/or • Legal action and/or prosecution.
Consequences. Any Employee who refuses to submit to the testing process or who tests positive for any prohibited substance will be terminated. Any employee suspected of unnecessarily delaying the test process, attempting to adulterate or substitute a sample or refusing to fully cooperate in the test process will be considered to have refused to submit to testing. In addition, a positive test, or the refusal to submit to a test, may result in a denial or loss of workers compensation benefits under state law. (This information is provided for informational purposes only, it being understood that neither the Union nor the Employer controls the grant or denial of workers’ compensation benefits.)
Consequences. The student or staff member to whom a system account and/or computer hardware is issued will be responsible at all times for its appropriate use. Non-compliance with the policies of the district will result in disciplinary action as outlined by the discipline code and/or other school policies for the user unless there is proof that another is responsible. Electronic mail, network usage, and all stored files shall not be considered confidential and may be monitored at any time by the network administrator or other school administrators to ensure appropriate use. The District cooperates fully with local, state, or federal officials in any investigation concerning or relating to violations of computer crime laws. Content of e-mail and network communications are governed by Open Records Laws; proper authorities will be given access to their content.
Consequences. Any employee refusing to submit to an alcohol or drug test shall be immediately removed from service and shall be considered insubordinate and will be subject to discipline under Article XIX of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Refusal to submit means that a driver 1) fails to provide adequate breath for testing without a valid medical explanation after he or she has received notice of the requirement for the breath testing, 2) fails to provide adequate urine for controlled substances testing without a valid medical explanation after he or she has received notice of the requirement for urine testing or 3) engages in conduct that clearly obstructs the testing process. Any bus driver who tests positive for controlled substances, or for a blood alcohol level of 0.02 or higher, on a return to duty or follow-up test, or in a post-accident test where there has been injury or death involved, shall automatically be subject to dismissal under Article XIX of this Agreement. In these circumstances the employee shall immediately, following the Xxxxxx meeting on the notice of charges, be suspended without pay or benefits, pending the employee's appeal request. In all other circumstances outlined in the types of testing "b" through "d" above, the employee who tests positive for controlled substances, or for a blood alcohol level of 0.02 or higher, will be subject to discipline under Article XIX of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The employee may be subject to a suspension, without pay or benefits, of up to thirty (30) calendar days during which the employee shall be required to enroll in, and complete at his/her own expense, a substance abuse rehabilitation program. After the employee has successfully completed the rehabilitation program, as verified by his/her substance abuse counselor, the employee shall undergo a return-to-duty test for alcohol or drugs, as indicated, and shall be subject to unannounced follow-up alcohol and/or drug tests.