Implementation Sample Clauses

Implementation i) Where the job/time sharing arrangement arises out of the filling of a vacant full-time position, the full-time position will be posted first and in the event that there are no successful applicants, then both job/time sharing positions will be posted and selection will be based on the criteria set out in the Collective Agreement.
Implementation. Where the job-sharing arrangement arises out of the filling of a vacant full-time position, both job-sharing positions will be posted and selection will be based on the criteria set out in the Collective Agreement.
Implementation a) Part “A” may include provisions respecting the implementation of central terms by the school board and, where applicable, the bargaining agent. Any such provision shall be binding on the school board and, where applicable, the bargaining agent. Should a provision in the Central Agreement conflict with a provision in the Local Agreement, the provision in the Central Agreement, Central Term will apply.
Implementation. The Design Professional will depict upon the Site Plan its initial recommendations as to elements of the erosion, sedimentation, and pollution control plan, specifying his recommended design of BMPs for the Project, including stormwater management facilities, and other like matters. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to review the design of the BMPs and submit any changes to the plan, including the Contractor’s desired use of entrances to the Site, Contractor’s trailer(s) location, laydown areas and other similar matters affecting the design and implementation of the BMPs. The Design Professional and Contractor shall arrive at a final sealed Site Plan for submission to the permitting officials that enables the land disturbance permitting of the Project. The Design Professional and Contractor shall resolve with the local permitting official any deficiencies by the end of the Pre-commencement period.
Implementation. Part “A” may include provisions respecting the implementation of central terms by the school board and the Union. Any such provision shall be binding on the school board and the Union. Should a provision in Part A conflict with a provision in Part B, the provision in Part A, Central Term will apply.
Implementation a) Central Terms may include provisions respecting the implementation of central terms by the school board and, where applicable, the bargaining agent. Any such provision shall be binding on the school board and, where applicable, the bargaining agent.
Implementation. Manager agrees to use diligence and to employ all reasonable efforts to ensure that the actual costs of maintaining and operating the Property shall not exceed the Operating Budget either in total or in any one accounting category. Any expense causing or likely to cause a variance of greater than ten percent (10%) or $25,000, whichever is greater, in any one accounting category for the current month cumulative year-to-date total shall be promptly explained to Owner by Manager in the next operating statement submitted by Manager to Owner.
Implementation. All full-time positions will be posted as such first and thereafter as job shared positions. Where the job sharing arrangement arises out of the filling of a vacant full-time position, both job sharing positions will be posted and selection will be based on the criteria set out in the Collective Agreement. Any incumbent full-time employee wishing to share her or his position may do so without having her or his half of the position posted. The other half of the job sharing position will be posted and selection will be made on the criteria set out in the Collective Agreement. If one of the job sharers leaves the arrangement, her/his position will be posted. If there is no successful applicant to the position the shared position must revert to a full-time position. The remaining employee will have the option of continuing the full-time position or reverting to a part-time position for which she/he is qualified. If she/he does not continue full-time, the position must be posted in accordance with the Collective Agreement.
Implementation a. The effective dates for economic increases will be specified in the agreement. Other provisions of the collective agreement will be effective as follows:
Implementation. A Hospital may implement a mentorship relationship at any time during a nurse’s employment when: ❑ the nurse is experiencing difficulty in meeting standards of practice; ❑ the nurse has a competency gap; ❑ one-on-one management of the learning experience from an expert/ experienced nurse will be of assistance. Mentoring may be implemented in various circumstances such as new hires to a unit; a nurse returns from a layoff or leave of absence (including sick leave or long term disability) or for purposes of cross-training. This list is not all-inclusive and, as such, other circumstances may arise where the Hospital determines that a nurse requires mentoring. ❑ The decision to implement a mentorship experience as a mechanism to assist a nurse to meet standards of practice is the responsibility of the employer. ❑ The Hospital will provide, on a regular basis, all nurses with an opportunity to indicate their interest in assuming a mentorship role, through a mechanism determined by the local parties. The Hospital selects and assigns the mentor for a given mentoring relationship. ❑ At the request of any nurse, the Hospital will discuss with any unsuccessful applicant ways in which she or he may be successful for future opportunities. ❑ The mentorship plan/arrangement for each mentoring relationship should be documented.