Higher Sample Clauses

Higher. Paid Position Transfer into higher rated position, permanent or temporary, employee shall receive the next higher rate in the wage grid for a period of sixty (60) working days and then will move to the rate in the wage grid as per their years of service.
Higher. Qualifications Allowances shall mean allowances prescribed by Schedule 3 of this Agreement and shall form part of the Employeesbase salary for all purposes of this Agreement.
Higher. CLASSIFICATION PAY A classified employee shall be entitled to receive five percent (5%) additional pay when working temporarily in a higher classification.
Higher. If the ‘personalmaximum rate is “higher” in the new classification then you get the next higher rate in that classification providing it is at least three percent (3%). The number of hours to the next increment shall be the amount applicable to that job grouping and the class hours is zero. At the time of the offer, if the Employee is within one hundred twenty (120) class hours of their next increment, then the increment is applied before the new salary is determined. The number of class hours at the time of offer is based on the hours up to the end of the week immediately preceding the date the offer is made. The Employer may consider in certain circumstances an increase of greater than three percent (3%) when an internal candidate has recent relevant experience to warrant a higher rate of pay. Any such increase must be approved by the Employee Relations Director.
Higher use Co-pays Your monthly membership fee includes up to two no-charge visits per month. (For the purposes of this section, a “visit” shall include either an office visit or a video conferencing session.) Additional visits (office or video) beyond these two in a given month shall be charged a higher-use fee of $15 each. Contacts by telephone, e-mail, or texting will not incur any copays or other fees.
Higher c. No change
Higher. CLASSIFICATION PAY Any Unit member requested to work in a higher classification job for more than one consecutive week shall be paid, upon the second consecutive week working in the higher classification job, a 5% base salary increase or step one of the higher classification range, whichever is greater. The higher classification pay shall be applied to the entire compensable period the employee worked at the higher classification job and shall be paid retroactive back to the first day of such higher classification work. An employee will be considered to have engaged in performing services in a higher classification job where it is determined that 50% or more of the employee’s daily work has been undertaken in the performance of duties that are within the job classification of the higher position and which are not in the job classification of the employee’s current classification.‌
Higher. Consideration Offeror shall not directly or indirectly acquire or enter into any agreement to acquire Target Shares (in the open market or in privately negotiated transactions or otherwise) following Announcement Date until (i) the lapsing or withdrawal of the Offer or (ii) the completion of the Offer and the end of the offer period in a subsequent mandatory offer, if any, at a consideration higher than the Offer Price, without increasing the Offer Price so as to be at least equal to such Higher Consideration. Any non-cash element in such Higher Consideration shall be converted into cash based on fair market value for the purpose of determining the increased Offer Price.

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  • Level 1 If an Employee wishes to submit a grievance, he/she shall first discuss the complaint with his/her immediate supervisor. The Grievance Committee representative and one administrator may also be present. This discussion must occur within ten (10) days of the event causing the complaint.

  • Number of Stewards The Union may designate one (1), but no more than one (1), xxxxxxx on each shift for each of the Employer's principal work areas from among those employees who work therein.

  • Level 2 If the grievant is not satisfied with the written answer from his/her manager the grievant may, within ten (10) days from the receipt of such answer, file a written appeal to the appointing authority. Within ten (10) days of the receipt of the written appeal the appointing authority shall investigate the grievance, which shall include a meeting with the concerned parties, and thereafter shall give a written answer to the grievant within ten (10) days.

  • Threshold No Parent Indemnitee shall be entitled to indemnification pursuant to Sections 6.2(a) or (b) or otherwise for any inaccuracy in or breach of any of the Company’s representations and warranties set forth in this Agreement (after giving effect to the Disclosure Schedules) until such time as the total amount of all Damages (including the Damages arising from such inaccuracy or breach and all other Damages arising from any other inaccuracies in or breaches of any representations or warranties) that have been suffered or incurred by any one or more of the Parent Indemnitees, or to which any one or more of the Parent Indemnitees has or have otherwise become subject, exceeds Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) in the aggregate (the “Threshold”), and once the total amount of such Damages exceeds the Threshold, then any Parent Indemnitee that has suffered or incurred any Damages shall be entitled to be indemnified against and compensated, reimbursed and paid for only those Damages that exceed the Threshold.

  • APR The Annual Percentage Rate of such Receivable ranges from 0.00% to 11.00%.

  • Credit Ratings The Lead Borrower shall use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain a corporate credit rating from S&P and a corporate family rating from Xxxxx’x, in each case, with respect to the Lead Borrower, and a credit rating from S&P and Xxxxx’x with respect to the Indebtedness incurred pursuant to this Agreement, in all cases, but not a specific rating.

  • Credit Rating As of any date of determination, the higher of the credit ratings (or their equivalents) then assigned to Trust’s long-term senior unsecured non-credit enhanced debt by any of the Rating Agencies. A credit rating of BBB- from S&P or Fitch is equivalent to a credit rating of Baa3 from Xxxxx’x and vice versa. A credit rating of BBB from S&P or Fitch is equivalent to a credit rating of Baa2 from Xxxxx’x and vice versa. It is the intention of the parties that if Trust shall only obtain a credit rating from two of the Rating Agencies without seeking a credit rating from the third Rating Agency, the Borrower shall be entitled to the benefit of the Credit Rating Level for such credit rating. If Trust shall have obtained a credit rating from at least two of the Rating Agencies, the highest of the obtained ratings shall control, provided that the next highest rating is only one level below that of the highest rating. If the next highest rating is more than one level below that of the highest credit rating, the operative rating would be deemed to be one rating level higher than the lower of the two ratings. In the event that Trust shall have obtained a credit rating from at least two of the Rating Agencies and shall thereafter lose any of such ratings (whether as a result of a withdrawal, suspension, election to not obtain a rating, or otherwise) from the Rating Agencies such that Trust does not have a credit rating from at least two Rating Agencies, the Trust shall be deemed for the purposes hereof not to have a credit rating. If at any time any of the Rating Agencies shall no longer perform the functions of a securities rating agency, then the Borrower and the Agent shall promptly negotiate in good faith to agree upon a substitute rating agency or agencies (and to correlate the system of ratings of each substitute rating agency with that of the rating agency being replaced), and pending such amendment, the Credit Rating of the other of the Rating Agencies, if one has been provided, shall continue to apply. Credit Rating Level. One of the following five pricing levels, as applicable, and provided, further, that, from and after the time that Agent receives written notice that Trust has first obtained an Investment Grade Rating from at least two Rating Agencies, during any period that the Trust has no Credit Rating Level, Credit Rating Level 5 shall be the applicable Credit Rating Level:

  • Staffing Levels To the extent legislative appropriations and PIN authorizations allow, safe staffing levels will be maintained in all institutions where employees have patient, client, inmate or student care responsibilities. In July of each year, the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of each agency will, upon request, meet with the Union, to hear the employees’ views regarding staffing levels. In August of each year, the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Budget and Management will, upon request, meet with the Union to hear the employees’ views regarding the Governor’s budget request.

  • Pay Rate Annual leave pay shall be paid at the nurse’s regular rate of pay.

  • Points A teacher with an evaluation rating of effective or highly effective will receive .67 points.  Any teacher having an evaluation result of “Improvement Necessary” or “Ineffective” will receive no raise.  Any teacher employed on less than a full time basis (1 FTE) shall receive compensation for the two factors of the compensation model on a pro-rated basis, in proportion to the percentage of one full time equivalent (1 FTE) for which the teacher is employed.  The base salaries of teachers is set forth in Appendix A.  The salary increase awarded to teachers using the performance factors set forth above will be added to their base salaries unless the teacher has reached the maximum base salary of $79,383. Those teachers who have reached this maximum base salary limit will receive the salary increase of $700.00 as a stipend. The amount of General Fund dollars available for teacher salary increase under the compensation model for 2017-2018 contract is $375,000.00. Compensation Model Example Step 1: Factors Used to Determine Salary Increase Factors Maximum Points Requirement