Contract Negotiations Sample Clauses

Contract Negotiations. Where operational requirements permit, and on reasonable notice, the Employer shall grant special leave without loss of regular pay for three (3) representatives of the bargaining unit for the purpose of attending direct contract negotiation meetings with the Employer on behalf of the Union. Such permission shall not be unreasonably withheld. Union caucus meetings are not covered by this provision.
Contract Negotiations. Business Manager shall evaluate, assist in negotiations and administer on behalf of the Practice contracts that do not relate to the provision of Professional Eye Care Services as set forth in this Agreement and/or as approved in the Budget. To the extent permitted by law, Business Manager shall evaluate, assist in negotiations, administer and execute on the Practice's behalf, all contractual arrangements with third parties as are reasonably necessary and appropriate for the Practice's provision of Professional Eye Care Services, including, without limitation, negotiated price agreements with third-party payors, alternative delivery systems, or other purchasers of group health care services. However, the Practice shall have the final authority with regard to the entry into all of such contractual arrangements relating to the provision of Professional Eye Care Services.
Contract Negotiations. Where operational requirements permit, and on reasonable notice, the Employer shall grant leave with pay for not more than five (5) representatives of each bargaining unit for the purpose of attending contract negotiation meetings with the Employer. However, when any joint bargaining unit contract negotiation meetings occur on any one (1) day or part thereof, the Employer shall, where operational requirements permit, grant leave with pay to any eight (8) of these representatives at the same time. Such permission shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Contract Negotiations. Business Manager shall advise Practice with --------------------- respect to and negotiate, either directly or on Practice's behalf, as appropriate, all contractual arrangements with third parties as are reasonably necessary and appropriate for Practice's provision of Medical Services and for Practice's operation of the Dispensary Business, including, without limitation, Managed Care Contracts. Practice hereby constitutes and appoints Business Manager as Practice's agent for the purpose of negotiating and executing on behalf of Practice and its Physicians any Managed Care Contract approved by the Policy Board, as well as any modifications, extensions and renewals of such Managed Care Contracts. Practice also designates Business Manager as Practice's agent for the further purpose of giving and receiving notices required or permitted to be given and received under such Managed Care Contracts. Any notice received by Business Manager on behalf of Practice shall be transmitted to Practice as soon as practicable. Business Manager may engage such consultants as Business Manager deems necessary and appropriate to pursue and negotiate Managed Care Contracts for Practice, and Practice authorizes Business Manager to negotiate, for approval by the Policy Board, agreements for Subcontractor Costs. Notwithstanding the foregoing, upon approval of the Policy Board of any Managed Care Contract, Business Manager shall deliver a copy of such contract to Practice for its review and approval. Practice may accept or reject any Managed Care Contract by delivering written notice to Business Manager within five (5) business days of its receipt of such Contract. Practice's failure to respond within such five-day period shall be deemed an acceptance of the Managed Care Contract for all purposes.
Contract Negotiations. ‌ The Association may designate no more than seven (7) bargaining unit members who will serve as the negotiation committee and will be allowed to attend the number of negotiation sessions, agreed upon by the Association and management, without loss of pay. The Association will notify the Employer of those members who will be designated as the bargaining team.
Contract Negotiations. 24 1. The Union's Negotiating Team shall consist of not more than 25 ten (10) members, nine (9) of whom may be employees. County employees participating 26 in such negotiations will be allowed to do so without loss of pay. The Union and County 27 may mutually agree to a different number of negotiating team members, appointing an 28 equal number of representatives from labor and management.
Contract Negotiations. Service Company shall advise Provider with --------------------- respect to and negotiate, either directly or on Provider's behalf, as appropriate, such contractual arrangements with third parties as are reasonably necessary and appropriate for Provider's provision of Dental Care, including without limitation negotiated price agreements with third party payors, alternative delivery systems, or other purchasers of group dental care services; provided that no contract or arrangement regarding the provision of Dental Care shall be entered into without Provider Consent.
Contract Negotiations. 5 A. The Union’s Negotiating Team shall consist of not more than ten (10) 6 members, nine (9) of whom may be employees. Six (6) County employees 7 participating in such negotiations will be allowed to do so without loss of pay.
Contract Negotiations. Meetings shall be conducted 50% on work time and 50% on non-work time. Up to five (5) members of the Union's Bargaining Committee, including the Union President, shall be granted time off with pay if negotiations are during working hours. The members of the Bargaining Committee shall receive up to an additional eight (8) hours of pay for negotiation preparation and caucusing activities. The Union Bargaining Committee of five (5) employees shall be selected by the Union in accordance with the Union's internal policies.
Contract Negotiations. Business Manager shall advise PC with respect to and negotiate, either directly or on PC's behalf, as appropriate and allowed by law, all contractual arrangements between PC and third parties as are reasonably necessary and appropriate for PC's provision of Dental Services, including, without limitation, negotiated price agreements with third party payors, alternative delivery systems, or other purchasers of group health care services, provided that the payor with whom each contractual arrangement is entered into agrees to pay an amount for PC's professional services thereunder equal to or greater than the minimum rate that PC shall specify to Business Manager.