FLEXIBLE. ROSTERING The parties agree to examine with a view to reaching agreement on flexible rostering arrangements at work sites to enable improved coverage having regard to relevant factors such as seasonality, peak load periods and annual leave patterns. Revised rostering arrangements shall only be implemented on the basis that no backfill arises, no additional labour costs arise and that operational needs of the organisation continue to be met. The examination of such flexible arrangements will continue to occur during the life of the Agreement. In the event of agreement not being reached the parties may utilise the provisions of the Dispute Settling Procedure clause.
FLEXIBLE. Each Bond accruing interest at a Flexible Rate shall be subject to mandatory tender for purchase on each Interest Payment Date applicable to such Bond, at a Purchase Price equal to 100% of the principal amount thereof, plus interest accrued during such Flexible Rate Period. The Registered Owner of any Bond accruing interest at a Flexible Rate shall provide the Paying Agent with written payment instructions for the Purchase Price of its Bond on or before tender thereof to the Paying Agent.
FLEXIBLE. HOURS E.1 A flexible arrangement for the hours of work will apply by mutual consent between the Hospital and the Union so that the regular hours for the nurses working flexible hours will not exceed seventy-five (75) hours per pay period. This article does not apply if the staff are on a pre-determined rotation scheduled as per Article D.
FLEXIBLE. Some employees have been hired to meet unexpected increases in work requirements. These employees have been identified as Flex employees who do not have specific schedules. In order to ensure that there are enough employees to meet an increase in workload, the employee must provide a phone number or numbers to their supervisor where they can be reached. This would normally be a home phone number and/or a cell phone number. Alternately, the supervisor may permit the employee to call-in to determine, if there will be a need for the employee to report for duty on a specific day. This would be appropriate if it can be determined, by a specific time, that there will be no increase in workload.
FLEXIBLE. The service shall be capable of responding to individual service users and their changing needs. Every effort should be made to maintain the person at home. The service provider is expected to provide staff with sufficient training and skills to support people with complex needs or where needs are changing. The council expects the service provider to demonstrate commitment and determination to work together with others, for example the Learning disability specialist health team to support people through difficult or challenging times. The Council does recognize that the current provision may not be able to meet all complex needs. In such an instance a reassessment shall be carried out by the council.