Enumerated Rights Sample Clauses

Enumerated Rights. The exclusive rights of the Board include, but are not limited to, the right to: direct the operation of the public schools in the system in all aspects; select and employ new personnel, manage the school system and the direction of its work force; determine methods and levels of financing and budget allocation; provide, when necessary, for the transportation of students; designate the schools to be attended by the children in the system; establish the number of schools to be utilized by the system; maintain good public elementary and secondary schools and provide such other educational activities as in its judgment will best serve the interests of the system to give the children of the system as nearly equal advantages as may be practicable; maintain and operate buildings, lands, apparatus and other property used for school purposes; decide the textbooks to be used; make rules for the arrangement, use and safekeeping of the school libraries and to approve the books selected therefore; prepare and submit budgets and, in its sole discretion, expend monies appropriated to the Board for the maintenance and operation of the schools, and to make such transfers of funds within the appropriated budget as it shall deem desirable; determine, and from time to time redetermine the number of Board personnel and the methods and materials to be employed; select and determine the qualifications of teachers and other Board employees required to promote the efficient operation of the school system; distribute work to Board employees in accordance with the job content and job requirements determined by the Board; establish assignments for teachers and other Board personnel; transfer teachers and other Board personnel; determine the procedures for promotion of teachers and other Board personnel; create, enforce, and from time to time change rules and regulations concerning discipline and safety of teachers and other Board personnel; discipline, suspend or discharge teachers and other Board personnel; and, otherwise take such measures as the Board may determine to be necessary to promote the orderly, efficient and safe operation of the school system.
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Enumerated Rights. Except as specifically limited by the express provisions of this Agreement, the City possesses the sole right and authority to operate and direct the employees of the City and its various departments in all aspects, including but not limited to, the right to determine its mission, policies and to set forth all standards of service offered to the public; to plan, direct, control and determine the operations or services to be conducted by employees of the City; to determine the methods, means and number of personnel needed to carry out the department’s mission; to direct the working forces; to establish the qualification for employment, to hire, assign or transfer employees within the department for other related functions; to promote, suspend, discipline or discharge, to lay off or relieve employees due to lack of work, funds or for other legitimate reasons; to make, publish, alter and enforce department rules and regulations; to introduce new or improved methods, equipment or facilities; to contract out for goods and services; to schedule and assign work; to establish work and productivity standards; to assign overtime; and to take any and all actions as may be necessary to carry out the mission of the City and its departments in situations of civil emergency as may be declared by the Mayor, the City Manager or Acting City Manager provided that no right enumerated in this Agreement shall be exercised or enforced in a manner contrary to or inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement.
Enumerated Rights. This shall include, among others; the right to hire new employees, to direct the working force; to discipline, suspend, discharge for just cause; to establish classifications; lay off employees because of lack of work, or for other legitimate reasons; to combine, split up divisions, sections or units within the Department; to make reasonable rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement; to decide on the functions to be performed and what work is to be performed by the County or outside agencies; to subcontract, if necessary; or to establish standards of quality; all of which shall be subject to the applicable express provision of this Agreement.
Enumerated Rights. The exclusive functions and rights of the Board include, but are not restricted to, the right: To establish or continue policies, practices, and procedures for the conduct of Board business and, from time to time, to change or abolish such policies, practices or procedures; to direct the operation of the employees in all aspects; to determine the methods and levels of financing and budget allocation; to determine and from time to time re-determine the number of employees to be employed; to employ, transfer, promote, demote, layoff or otherwise relieve employees from duty for lack of work or other legitimate reasons when it shall be in the best interest of the Board; to discipline, suspend and/or discharge employees for just cause; to determine the procedures for promotions and transfers; to select and determine the qualifications of employees; to select and employ new personnel; to determine job descriptions and job classifications; to create, enforce and from time to time change rules and regulations concerning discipline and the performance of work; to establish contracts or subcontracts, provided that this right shall not be used for the purpose or intention of undermining the Union or of discrimination against its members.
Enumerated Rights. The exclusive functions and rights of the Town include, but are not restricted to, the right to: direct the operation of the police department in all aspects; select and employ new personnel; manage the police department and the direction of its work force; determine methods and levels of financing and budget allocation; maintain and operate buildings, lands, apparatus and other property used for the police department; prepare and submit budgets and, in its sole discretion, expend monies appropriated to the Town for the maintenance and operation of the police department, and to make such transfers of funds within the appropriated budget as it shall deem desirable; determine, and from time to time redetermine, the number of Town personnel and the methods and materials to be employed; select and determine the qualifications of personnel required to promote the efficient operation of the police department; distribute work to personnel in accordance with the job content and job requirements determined, and from time to time redetermined, by the Town; establish assignments and work schedules for personnel; transfer personnel; determine the procedures for promotion of personnel; create, enforce and, from time to time, change rules and regulations concerning discipline of personnel; discipline, suspend or discharge personnel; and, otherwise take such measures as the Town may determine to be necessary to promote the orderly, efficient and safe operation of the police department.
Enumerated Rights. The exclusive functions and rights of the Board include, but are not restricted to, the right to: direct the operation of the public schools in the system in all aspects; select and employ new personnel; manage the school system and the direction of its work force; determine methods and levels for financing and budget allocation; provide, when necessary, for the transportation of students; designate the schools to be attended by the children in the system; establish the number of schools to be utilized by the system; maintain good public elementary and secondary schools and provide such other educational activities as in its judgment will best serve the interests of the system to give the children of the system as nearly equal advantages as may be practicable; maintain and operate buildings, lands, apparatus and other property used for school purposes; decide the textbooks to be used; make rules for the arrangement, use and safekeeping of the school libraries and to approve the books selected therefore; prepare and submit budgets and, in its sole discretion, expend monies appropriated to the Board for the maintenance and operation of the schools, and to make such transfers of funds within the appropriated budget as it shall deem desirable; determine, and from time to time redetermine, the number of Board personnel and the methods and materials to be APPENDIX A WAGE SCHEDULES 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 GWI GWI GWI Secretaries/Clericals 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% Labor Grade 7 Step 1 $22.82 $23.50 $24.21 (10 & 12-Month Building Secretaries) Step 2 $23.54 $24.25 $24.98 Step 3 $24.26 $24.99 $25.74 Labor Grade 8 Step 1 $25.06 $25.81 $26.58 (12-Month Secretaries to Administrators) Step 2 $25.84 $26.62 $27.42 Step 3 $26.66 $27.46 $28.28 Labor Grade 10 Step 1 $27.75 $28.58 $29.44 (Lead Payroll & Lead Accounts Payable) Step 2 $28.56 $29.42 $30.30 Step 3 $29.48 $30.36 $31.27 Custodians/Maintenance Day Shift Step 1 $22.39 $23.06 $23.75 Step 2 $23.07 $23.76 $24.47 Step 3 $23.78 $24.49 $25.22 Shift Differentials* Receiving Shift Differential as of June 30, 2019 Step 1 $23.96 $24.68 $25.42 Step 2 $24.69 $25.43 $26.19 Step 3 $25.45 $26.21 $27.00 Post June 30, 2019 Shift Differential Step 1 $23.16 $23.85 $24.57 Step 2 $23.84 $24.56 $25.30 Step 3 $24.56 $25.30 $26.06 Licensed Plumber, Electrician, and HVAC Step 1 $36.96 $38.07 $39.21 Step 2 $38.11 $39.25 $40.43 Step 3 $39.27 $40.45 $41.66 Maintainer II, Painter Step 1 $33.36 $34.36 $35.39 Step 2 $34.37 $35.40 $36.46 Step 3 $35.44 $36....

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