General Guidelines Sample Clauses

General Guidelines a. As time permits, each topic will be discussed fully and recommendations made on the topic before proceeding to another topic.
General Guidelines. Individuals who have been laid off or demoted shall be offered re-appointment to the same classification in which they held status in the order of seniority in the classification. Individuals demoted in lieu of reduction in force shall be offered restoration to the highest class in which they held status and in which there is a vacancy prior to the appointment of individuals who have been laid off.
General Guidelines. Official transcripts for horizontal movement between educational lanes must be submitted by August 15.
General Guidelines. The General guidelines as contained in Chapter 5, 6 and 8 of General Financial Rules as amended from time to time on works, procurement of goods/works and services and contract management respectively may also be referred to as guiding principles”.
General Guidelines. A call out occurring on a scheduled weekend may result in the team member being required to make up the shift within a thirty (30) day period at the discretion of management. • Team members with patterns and trends of absenteeism and lateness as well as failure to report to work when requested may be subjected to progressive discipline. • This is a no fault attendance policy, a physician’s note does not necessarily excuse the team member for a call out unless it is associated with a Family/Sick Medical Leave of Absence. • Employees absent due to an approved FMLA leave of absence, a work-related injury, scheduled time off, approved bereavement leave, or jury duty will not be recorded as being absent for the purposes of this policy. • Management will evaluate extenuating circumstances in all categories. • Team members who are absent without permission on a scheduled day before a Holiday, the actual or scheduled Holiday or the scheduled day following the Holiday will not be eligible to receive PTO benefit pay, unless the present a medical excuse or other appropriate emergency documentation. • Team members in their Introductory Period of employment who have incidents of absence or lateness may be subject to immediate progressive discipline per company policy. • When an employee requests an absence at least 24 hours in advance and that absence is approved by the DNS or Administrator, that absence will not be considered cause for counseling or other disciplinary action. • When an employee is absent or has to leave work due to a physician documented illness or family emergency, that absence will not be considered cause for disciplinary action, provided that employee has three (3) or fewer absences in the previous twelve (12) months. • Any deviation of this policy must be approved by the Division VPVPHR.
General Guidelines. The primary function of the "Specialised Information Services for Research" funded by the DFG is to allow researchers of all disciplines who are based in Germany, irrespective of where they work, fast and direct access to specialised literature and research-specific infor- mation that is not available at every institution in the same scope and in the same quantity. This applies equally to electronic and printed resources. The following guidelines apply to the DFG-funded purchase of research information for use by a specialised information service: - The purchase is not restricted in any way by the date of publication or the form in which the media to be acquired was published (e.g. print media, electronic media, audio or video). - Suitable mechanisms must allow products which are purchased for use by a DFG- funded specialised information service to be made available under contract to relevant research users and must be retained and made available for the long term. - Products/research publications that are generally understood to be a fundamental re- quirement of a discipline cannot be purchased. - General works of reference (such as encyclopaedias, national bibliographies, library catalogues and address books) and costly collectors' items (such as special editions of bibliophilic interest) are excluded from purchase. - To facilitate faster access and to allow wider usage, the digital form of a publication, if it is available, should always be preferred (e-only policy). It is possible to depart from this guideline if it is expedient for scientific purposes or if the purchase and national provi- sion of the electronic version are not possible for practical reasons. - Purchase of both the printed and the electronic version of a product is only possible in exceptional cases for which particular reasons must be provided.