Human Resource Policies Sample Clauses

Human Resource Policies. The parties acknowledge that the responsibility for personnel issues to include human resource policies, personnel selection and promotion, disciplinary procedures, compensation policies and other employment-related matters rests with the employing agency and shall be governed by all applicable state and federal laws and employing agency policies and rules. Health care staff shall comply with all other TDCJ policies and rules while on TDCJ premises.
Human Resource Policies. This Agreement is contingent upon Coach’s successful completion of E m p l o ye r ’ s pre-employment state and national criminal background check and education verification.
Human Resource Policies. The Borrower has submitted to its legislature for approval a draft law, in form and substance satisfactory to the Bank in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 46 of the Program, for the strengthening of its civil service career in the Direct and Indirect Administration, including for the creation of a public management career as evidenced through an Oficio to be sent by the Borrower’s Governor to the Borrower’s legislature.
Human Resource Policies. The Borrower has established the Borrower’s school of government through Decree No. 45.400 dated December 17, 2007, and has launched the effective operation of said school of government as evidenced through report and related annexes sent by SARH and received by the Bank on April 29, 2008.

Related to Human Resource Policies

  • Human Resources (i) Advice and assistance in relation to the staffing of Party B, including assistance in the recruitment, employment and secondment of management personnel, administrative personnel and staff of Party B;

  • Personnel Policies 1. The Contractor shall have in effect personnel policies that conform to all State and federal laws including, but not limited to, all regulations concerning Equal Employment Opportunities, Cal OSHA, Worker's Compensation, and other regulations as appropriate.

  • Customer Services Provide services and systems dedicated to customer service, including billing, remittance, credit, collections, customer relations, call centers, energy conservation support and metering.

  • Grievance Policy (a) The BOARD recognizes that in the interest of effective personnel management, a procedure is necessary whereby its employees can be assured of a prompt, impartial and fair hearing on their grievances. Such procedure shall be available to all employees and no reprisals, of any kind, shall be taken against any employee initiating or participating in the grievance procedure.

  • Policy Grievances Where either Party to this Agreement disputes the general application, interpretation or alleged violation of an article of this Agreement, the dispute shall be discussed initially with the District Manager, his/her designate or the Union within twenty-one (21) calendar days of the occurrence. Where no satisfactory agreement is reached, either Party within a further twenty-one (21) calendar days, may submit the dispute to arbitration, as set out in Article 9 of this Agreement.

  • General Counsel The General Counsel subject to the discretion of the Board of Directors, shall be responsible for the management and direction of the day-to-day legal affairs of the Company. The General Counsel shall perform such other duties and may exercise such other powers as may from time to time be assigned to him by the Board of Directors or the President.

  • Union Grievance Committee (a) The Employer shall recognize a Union Grievance Committee which consists of:

  • Customer Service A. PRIMARY ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE. Vendor will assign an Account Representative to Sourcewell for this Contract and must provide prompt notice to Sourcewell if that person is changed. The Account Representative will be responsible for: • Maintenance and management of this Contract; • Timely response to all Sourcewell and Participating Entity inquiries; and • Business reviews to Sourcewell and Participating Entities, if applicable.

  • Board Policies The Borrower shall not modify the terms of any policy or resolutions of its board of directors if such modification could reasonably be expected to have or result in a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Leadership Providing leadership in the planning and implementation necessary for the successful operation of the Institution and to ensure that the Institution develops to its potential;