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Considered. After discussions in the Task Force, however, the description of eligible activities remained part of the OP. Horizontal objectives Only one sentence is dedicated to the issue of equal opportunities for women, ethnic minorities and peo- ple with disabilities and a description of the situation of these target groups in the region is missing. Such a description would be of special significance in the case of the Roma minority. Accepted. The importance of the impro- vement of the Roma minoritys situation has been underlined and also constitu- tes an indicator. A more complex interpretation of sustainability is necessary, a socio-economic-environmental approach shall be applied throughout the entire scope of priori- ties, not only in case of the environment-related ones. Accepted. Social aspects of sustainabili- ty have also been outlined. External coherence External coherence has not been demonstrated with regard to CSG and ERDF. Accepted. The coherence with these pro- grammes has been incorporated. Izvan područja intervencije, prioriteti također sadrža- vaju detaljan opis aktivnosti. Ovo zapravo nije potreb- no u OP-u, već kasnije u Akcijskom planu. Razmotreno. Međutim, nakon rasprave u Radnoj skupini, opis prihvatljivih ak- tivnosti ostaje dijelom OP-a. Horizontalni ciljevi Samo jedna rečenica posvećen je pitanju jednakih mogućnosti za žene, nacionalne manjine i osobe s invaliditetom, a opis situacije ovih ciljnih skupina u regiji nedostaje. Takav bi opis od posebnog značaja bio u slučaju Roma. Prihvaćeno. Naglašena je važnost po- boljšanja situacije Roma i xxxx xx xxxxx od pokazatelja. Potrebno je složenije tumačenje održivosti, društve- no-gospodarsko-ekološki pristup će se primjenjivati u cjelokupnom opsegu prioriteta, ne samo u slučaju onih vezanih uz ekologiju. Prihvaćeno. Društveni aspekti održivo- sti također su naglašeni. Vanjska koherentnost Nije pokazana vanjska koherentnost u pogledu Stra- teških smjernica Zajednice i Europskog xxxxx za re- gionalni razvoj. Prihvaćeno. Obuhvaćena je koheren- tnost s ovim programima.
Considered. □ resources available to address weaknesses □ impact of elements not being in place □ urgency of getting missing or weaker elements in place
Considered. resources available, □ impact of elements not being in place, □ urgency of getting missing or weaker elements in place
Considered. (i) Lenders’ and Borrower’s relative knowledge and access to information concerning the matter with respect to which the claim was asserted; (ii) the opportunity to correct and prevent any statement or omission; and (iii) any other equitable considerations appropriate in the circumstances. Lender and Borrower hereby agree that it would not be equitable if the amount of such contribution were determined by pro rata or per capita allocation.
Considered. The Board resolved to approve as per the observation of the DGML&C and initiate a revised case with the Competent Authority. CTC Cantonment Executive Officer, Rawalpindi Cantonment.
Considered. Indemnification – Stakeholders requested mutual indemnification and less broad terms. Upon legal review, this is standard state language that can not be altered. • Commission Schedule – Stakeholders requested removing the provision that drops commission rates for a particular group to 1.0% when annualized premium for that group reaches $500,001 or more in a contract year. This provision is in keeping with industry standards but will be revisited in coming years to ensure that it follows the market.

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  • Works for Hire I acknowledge that all original works of authorship which are made by me (solely or jointly with others) within the scope of my employment and which are protectable by copyright are “works made for hire,” pursuant to United States Copyright Act (17 U.S.C., Section 101).

  • Work for Hire All services provided under this contract are considered work for hire and as such all data, basic sketches, charts, calculations, plans, specifications, and other documents created or collected under the terms of this contract are the property of the State.

  • Works Made for Hire Company and Executive acknowledge that in the course of Executive's employment (as employee or independent contractor) by Company, Executive may from time to time create, and has previously created, for Company copyrightable works. Such works may consist of manuals, pamphlets, instructional materials, computer programs, software, software integration techniques, software codes, and data, technical data, photographs, drawings, logos, designs, artwork or other copyrightable material, or portions thereof, and may be created within or without Company's facilities and before, during or after normal business hours. All such works related to or useful in the business of Company are specifically intended to be works made by hire by Executive, and Executive shall cooperate with Company in the protection of Company's copyrights in such works and, to the extent deemed desirable by Company, the registration of such copyrights.

  • Work Made for Hire Any work performed by Executive during Executive’s employment with the Company shall be considered a “Work Made for Hire” as defined in the U.S. Copyright laws, and shall be owned by and for the express benefit of the Company. In the event it should be established that such work does not qualify as a Work Made for Hire, Executive agrees to and does hereby assign to the Company all of Executive’s right, title, and interest in such work product including, but not limited to, all copyrights and other proprietary rights.

  • Employee Workload ‌ The Employer shall ensure that an employee’s workload is not unsafe as a result of employee absence(s). Employees may refer safety related workload concerns to the Occupational Health and Safety Committee for investigation under Article 22.3 (Occupational Health and Safety Committee).

  • Work Made for Hire; Assignment The Executive acknowledges that, by reason of being employed by the Company at the relevant times, to the extent permitted by law, all of the Work Product consisting of copyrightable subject matter is “work made for hire” as defined in 17 U.S.C. § 101 and such copyrights are therefore owned by the Company. To the extent that the foregoing does not apply, the Executive hereby irrevocably assigns to the Company, for no additional consideration, the Executive’s entire right, title, and interest in and to all Work Product and Intellectual Property Rights therein, including the right to sxx, counterclaim, and recover for all past, present, and future infringement, misappropriation, or dilution thereof, and all rights corresponding thereto throughout the world. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to reduce or limit the Company’s rights, title, or interest in any Work Product or Intellectual Property Rights so as to be less in any respect than that the Company would have had in the absence of this Agreement.

  • EMPLOYEE WORK YEAR 23.01 Standard and Extended School Year and Work Year. The standard work year consists of 196 days. The School Board may adopt a written plan for an extended work year consisting of no more than 211 days at one or more instructional sites. This plan shall include the educational purpose to be achieved by the extension of the work year. LCTA shall be provided with the proposed plan at least sixty (60) calendar days prior to its consideration by the Board, and the District shall consult with LCTA prior to Board action regarding such plan. Employees at a school where such extended work year is to be implemented shall be provided with written notice that the District plans to implement an extended work year at their school no later than March 1 of the school year preceding the implementation of such extended work year. Employees at such school shall have input into their school’s plan through the procedures provided in Article 25 (School Improvement and Accountability and Shared Decision-Making) or through other appropriate teacher group(s) at the school (school improvement team, leadership team, etc.) Employees’ pay shall be increased proportionally consistent with the extended work year (see Section 21.03). A permanent employee assigned to a school that is to have an extended work year who desires to transfer to a school on a standard work year shall be provided with such an opportunity. Six (6) of the days in the standard or extended work year shall be designated as paid holidays. Appropriate time to complete necessary tasks during preschool and post school planning days shall be provided for the employee at the work station.

  • No-Hire During the Employment Period, and during the Restriction Period following termination of employment, the Executive will not, except with the prior written consent of the Company, directly or indirectly, induce any employee of the Company, Holdco or any of their respective subsidiaries or controlled affiliates to terminate employment with such entity, and will not, directly or indirectly, either individually or as owner, agent, employee, consultant or otherwise, employ, offer employment or cause employment to be offered to any person (including employment as an independent contractor) who is or was employed by the Company, Holdco or any of their respective subsidiaries or controlled affiliates unless such person shall have ceased to be employed by such entity for a period of at least twelve months. For purposes of this Section 9(c), “employment” shall be deemed to include rendering services as an independent contractor and “employees” shall be deemed to include independent contractors.

  • Standard of Service (a) Provider represents, warrants, and agrees that the Services shall be provided in good faith, in accordance with Applicable Law, and in a manner generally consistent with the historical provision of the Services and with the same standard of care as historically provided. Subject to Section 2.3, Provider agrees to assign sufficient resources and qualified personnel as are reasonably required to perform the Services in accordance with the standards set forth in the preceding sentence.

  • Employee Development The Employer may provide employees the opportunity to participate in appropriate seminars, workshops or short courses. When possible and appropriate the Employer will provide to all staff information on seminars, workshops or short courses by posting a notice on the Employer’s internal web site.