Every Day Sample Clauses

Every Day. Every Way!" and "The mission statement of Gateway Haven is to provide quality services to those entrusted to our care." Our QIP priorities and change plans not only address the indicator performance measures identified by Quality Health Ontario, but also reflect other specific areas of improvement to improve quality resident care, resident satisfaction and improved outcomes. One of the QIP resident centered indicators which is also included in our family and residents' satisfaction survey results was 100% surveyed would recommend this long term care home to others, which supports our motto and mission statement. We will be implementing quality improvement plans and change ideas in our 2018 QIP to address the indicators where we did not meet our 2017 targets.
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Every Day. Improves recruitment and retention of teachers in critical shortage and hard-to-staff areas with additional pay incentives Creates two pay schedules - Grandfather and Performance Grandfather Salary Schedule allows teachers to earn higher salaries sooner and at a higher percentage (2014-2015) Performance-based Schedule (2015-2016) requires Highly Effective or Effective summative ratings on student achievement for increases Strengthens professional development opportunities with common planning for elementary-level teachers
Every Day. As Parent/Carers we will try to:
Every Day. LEASE AGREEMENT This Agreement is executed in multiple originals effective this 16th day of November 2010, by and between Independent School District No. 283, referred to as the "Landlord", and Xxxxxxx Independent School District #270, referred to as the "Tenant".
Every Day. United Garment Manufacturing Co. Building-H Al Tajamouat Industrial City, Sahab Amman, Jordan Contact: Xx. Xxxx Xxxxx Phone: 000-0-000-0000 Fax: 000-0-000-0000 Email: Xxxx@xxxxx.xxx Established: 2003 Ownership: Pakistani Capital Sewing Clothing for Wal-Mart • Passports confiscated, guest workers held under conditions of indentured servitude; • Paid less than half the legal minimum wage; • Forced overtime, at least 37 hours a week—all un- paid; • Mandatory 14 ½ to 16 ½ hour daily shifts, from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. or 12:00 midnight, work- ing 85 to 95 hours a week; • If absent for one day, wages docked for 15 days; • One to two days’ wages docked for failure to reach production goals; • To receive one day off a week, workers have to put in an 18-hour shift the day before, from 8:00 a.m. straight through to 2:00 a.m. the following morn- ing; • No national holidays off; • No vacation days as required by law; • Workers paid 10 cents for every Wal-Mart shirt they sew; • Workers are in a trap—facing the constant threat of being forcibly deported without their back wages. This is our factory law and if you continue to xxxxxx me or ask more questions you’ll be sent back to Bangladesh. --United Garment Manager Guest Workers The United Garment Manufacturing Co. is a large facto- ry located in the Al-Tajamouat Industrial City in Sahab, which is about half an hour’s drive from Amman. Of the 700 or more United Garment workers, the vast ma- jority are “guest workers” from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India and China. There are 200 Bangladeshi workers in the factory alone, as compared with just 50 Jordanian workers. Sewing for Wal-Mart We have been investigating the United Garments fac- tory for the last 10 months, beginning in May of 2005.

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  • Delivery Date Seller shall deliver the Goods in the quantities and on the date(s) specified in this Order or as otherwise agreed in writing by the parties (the "Delivery Date"). Timely delivery of the Goods is of the essence. If Seller fails to deliver the Goods in full on the Delivery Date, Buyer may terminate the Order immediately by providing written notice to Seller and Seller shall indemnify Buyer against any losses, claims, damages, and reasonable costs and expenses directly attributable to Seller's failure to deliver the Goods on the Delivery Date.

  • week period If an employee fails to return at the end of the family care or medical leave, the CSU may require repayment of insurance premiums paid during the unpaid portion of the leave. The CSU shall not require repayment of premiums if the employee's failure to return is due to his/her serious health condition or due to circumstances beyond the employee's control.

  • Boxing Day (b) If another Federal, Provincial or Municipal holiday should be proclaimed during the term of this Agreement, such additional proclaimed holiday will replace one of the above-named holidays as agreed by the parties. The intent is that there will be no more than twelve (12) paid holidays per calendar year for the duration of this agreement.

  • Xxxxx Period The Employer shall be entitled to a grace period of 30 days for payment of Dues, as described in PART V.F. hereof. If during a grace period written notice is given by the Employer to Blue Shield that the Contract or (subject to the consent of Blue Shield) any part of the Contract is to be discontinued before the expiration date of the grace period, the Contract or such part shall be discontinued as of the date specified by the Employer or the date of receipt of such written notice by Blue Shield, whichever is the later date, and the Employer shall be liable to Blue Shield for the full month's payment of Dues if discontinuance of coverage occurs on or after the 15th of the month. If discontinuance of coverage occurs prior to the 15th of the month then Dues payment will be waived and refunded to the group.

  • Closing Price Closing Price shall mean the last reported market price for one share of Common Stock, regular way, on the New York Stock Exchange (or any successor exchange or stock market on which such last reported market price is reported) on the day in question. If the exchange is closed on the day on which the Closing Price is to be determined or if there were no sales reported on such date, the Closing Price shall be computed as of the last date preceding such date on which the exchange was open and a sale was reported.

  • Floor Price BNYMCM shall not sell Common Shares below the Floor Price during any Selling Period, as such Floor Price may be adjusted by the Company at any time during any Selling Period upon notice to BNYMCM and confirmation to the Company.

  • Sale Price (a) As consideration for the sale of the CEF Assets pursuant to Section 2.1 hereof, the Purchaser shall pay to the applicable Seller on the Closing Date, the CEF Purchase Price for the CEF Assets sold and transferred by such Seller to the Purchaser on the Closing Date. The CEF Purchase Price for the sale of CEF Assets shall be an amount equal to the fair market value thereof as agreed upon by the Purchaser and the applicable Seller prior to such sale.

  • Meal Period ‌ A Contractor shall schedule an unpaid period of not more than 1/2 hour duration at the work location between the 3rd and 5th hour of the scheduled shift. A Contractor may, for efficiency of operation, establish a schedule which coordinates the meal periods of two or more crafts or which provides for staggered lunch periods within a craft or trade. If an employee is required to work through the meal period, the employee shall be compensated in a manner established in the applicable Schedule A.

  • Break Period All employees working in full time (7 or 7.5 hour) positions shall be permitted a fifteen (15) minute rest period both in the first half and the second half of a shift.

  • Tax Periods Ending on or Before the Closing Date Buyer shall prepare or cause to be prepared and file or cause to be filed all Tax Returns for the Company and the Company Subsidiary for all periods ending on or prior to the Closing Date which are required to be filed (taking into account all extensions properly obtained) after the Closing Date.