DAY CARE Sample Clauses

DAY CARE. Employees whose regularly scheduled hours of work are greater than twenty-four (24) hours per week and with children attending the York University Day Care Centre shall be allowed up to four (4) hours a week, during normal working hours to perform their day care duties, provided that this time is made up by the Employee concerned at a time satisfactory to the supervisor.
DAY CARE. A statewide joint committee comprised of five representatives of the Union and five representatives of the Employer (agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction) will meet during the term of this Agreement to discuss expansion of child care facilities.
DAY CARE. (1996) The Employer will participate on the Union’s Committee on its research on the feasibility of having a Union/Employee’s Day Care Centre for employees of The Fairmont Royal York.
DAY CARE. The Union shall have one (1) representative who will have access to regularly scheduled monthly meetings with the Day Care Coordinator. The Union Day Care Representative shall be permitted time off from work with pay for attendance at the aforementioned meetings. An employee with a child or children in the S.F.U. Day Care Centre may be permitted time off from work with pay for her/his "duty shift" in the Day Care Centre, with the understanding that the employee makes arrangements, with her/his supervisor, to make up the time.
DAY CARE. 26.10.1 The University agrees to continue to make available to Members a daycare program at an appropriate location. In light of the increased demand for places by Members, other employee groups and students, the University agrees to maintain an advisory committee with representation from all user groups to review day care arrangements.
DAY CARE. Any activities causing property damage arising out of home day care services provided by an “insured” and for which an “insured” receives monetary or other compensation, not including the mutual exchange of such services or the rendering of home day car services to a relative of an “insured”.
DAY CARE. A six (6) member Committee shall be established with three (3) representatives appointed by the Union President and three (3) representatives by the State of Rhode Island. This Day Care Committee will consider: Day Center location sites, number of children to serve, minimum and maximum age of children served, criteria for eligibility of parents, hours, who should offer the service, administration and fees, licensing and legal requirement and any other related issue. The Committee shall report its findings concerning day care to the ESPA/NEA, and the State as they become available. The State and the Union shall meet to discuss in good faith the findings of the Committee and possible implementation.
DAY CARE. The Employer and Union agree to make a reasonable effort to contact day care services to attempt to obtain discounted rates for such services, as provided to the bargaining unit members. Copies of all correspondence concerning this issue will be provided to the Union.
DAY CARE. The District will provide equal access to District day-care programs for teachers' dependents at the regular rate.
DAY CARE. 43.1 The parties agree to form a committee consisting of four representatives designated by the Union and four representatives designated by the State. This committee shall meet within 30 days of the ratification of this contract and at other times thereafter as the members may deem necessary.