Consultation Sample Clauses

Consultation. 25. The Company shall, during the currency of this Agreement, consult with and keep the State fully informed on a confidential basis concerning any action that the Company proposes to take with any third party (including the Commonwealth or any Commonwealth constituted agency, authority, instrumentality or other body) which might significantly affect the overall interest of the State under this Agreement.
Consultation. 9.1 The Employer agrees to consult the Employee timely where the exercising of the powers will have amongst others –
Consultation. 10.1 The Employer agrees to consult the Employee timeously where the exercising of its powers will have amongst others-
Consultation. As part of the consultation process described in Article 2, the parties agree to discuss efforts made to appoint and retain women and minority employees.
Consultation. The parties shall consult with each other before issuing any press release or making any other public announcement with respect to this Agreement or the transactions contemplated hereby and, except as required by any applicable law or regulatory or stock exchange requirement, neither of them shall issue any such press release or make any such public announcement without the prior written consent of the other, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
Consultation. Representatives of the Contracting Party shall hold consultations, when necessary, in relation to matters pertaining to the implementation of this Agreement. Consultations are going to be held on proposal of one Contracting Party in the city and at a time that are arranged through diplomatic channels.
Consultation. Any such change shall be made only after the Union and the Employer have discussed the matter. The discussion shall take place within twenty-one (21) days of the Employer's notification to the Union.
Consultation a. Consultation involves the statement of a proposal not yet finally decided upon, listening to what others have to say, considering their responses and then deciding what will be done. Consultation clearly requires more than mere prior notification.