July Sample Clauses

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July. 31 is the final deadline to turn in an official transcript for courses taken during the school year. Dates: Fall, winter, spring, summer quarters/semesters that correspond with current school year. (For example: Current school 2018-2019, classes that are taken in the following quarters/semesters will qualify: Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring 2019, Summer 2019. The first reimbursement for the 2018-2019 school year is September 30 and the last reimbursement is August 31. All documentation needs to be turned into the Business office by the tenth of the month to be paid on the next payday.
July. 1 to November 1 shall be an open enrollment period for each LTA member regardless of their status the previous year. Unit members returning from extended leave which included the enrollment period and new hires will be permitted to contribute the one (1) day within sixty (60) calendar days of beginning work.
July. The 4th of July will be observed as Independence Day, a Federal holiday, on the designated day. Paid holiday: Fourth of July APPENDIX DPROFESSIONAL GROWTH PROGRAMS GUIDELINES PURPOSE The purpose of the Profession Growth Program is to provide reimbursement to employees for the cost of:  Attendance at educational programs, seminars, workshops, classes which provide training for an employee to enhance job skills in his/her current position or to provide training to prepare an employee for future promotional opportunities.  Training for a bus driver position which includes the cost of license/DMV certification and physical exam up to maximum of $2,000 per person. The difference in the cost of Class C license and any higher level license required by the employee’s position.
July. 3. When Ricoh offers a new model to Lanier, FOB prices shall be derided according to then effective Center Rate (the latest Center Rate) during the 6 months period.
July. 1 Sept.1 Apr.1 Jul.1 Sept.1 July.1 Job Title 2016 2017 2017 2018 2018 2018 2019 Control Operator 42.73 43.29 43.51 - 44.08 44.30 44.88 Relief Control Operator - upon hire (80%) 34.18 34.63 34.81 - 35.26 35.44 35.90 - upon completion of 130 hrs Communications Training & 200 hrs Practical Time (85%) 36.32 36.80 36.98 - 37.47 37.66 38.15 - upon completion of Communications/80 hrs SCADA Training & 200 hrs Practical Time (90%) 38.46 38.96 39.16 - 39.67 39.87 40.39 - upon completion of Communications/SCADA/350 hrs ATC Training & 500 hours Practical ATC Time (95%) 40.59 41.13 41.33 - 41.88 42.09 42.64 - upon completion of Communications/SCADA/ATC Training & 1,000 hrs Practical Time and receiving full BCRTC certification as a Control Operator (100%) 42.73 43.29 43.51 - 44.08 44.30 44.88 Elevator/Escalator Technician*/** 45.97 46.57 47.80 48.42 49.05 49.30 49.94 Test Technologist – Elec.* 43.23 43.79 44.01 44.58 45.16 45.39 45.98 Test Technologist – Mech. * 43.23 43.79 44.01 44.58 45.16 45.39 45.98 Electronic Technician* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Power Technician* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Support Shop Tech – Mechanical* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Support Shop Tech – Electrical* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Support Shop Tech – Electronic* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Test Technician* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Vehicle Technician* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Vehicle Body Repair Technician* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Plant Tradesperson* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Support Equipment Tradesperson (Plant)* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Support Equipment Tradesperson (Guideway)* 40.29 40.81 41.01 41.54 42.08 42.29 42.84 Senior Storesperson* 39.48 39.99 40.19 40.71 41.24 41.45 41.99 Guideway Technician* 39.28 39.79 39.99 40.51 41.04 41.25 41.79 Maintenance Planner* 39.24 39.75 39.95 40.47 41.00 41.21 41.75 Machinist* 37.74 38.23 38.42 38.92 39.43 39.63 40.15 Welder* 37.34 37.83 38.02 38.51 39.01 39.21 39.72 Certified Partsperson* 36.15 36.62 36.80 37.28 37.76 37.95 38.44 Technical Writer* 35.87 36.34 36.52 36.99 37.47 37.66 38.15 Certified Storesperson* 34.50 34.95 35.12 35.58 36.04 36.22 36.69 Guideway Serviceperson* 32.87 33.30 33.47 33.91 34.35 34.52 34.97 Power Serviceperson* 32.87 33.30 33.47 33.91 34.35 34.52 34.97 Ride Quality Monitor* 32.87 33.30 33.47 33.91 34.35 34.52 34.97 Support Shop Serviceperson* 32.87 33.30 33.47 33...
July. Building secretaries will work two weeks during the month of July at the current secretary rate in lieu of summer help for July. The number of hours shall not exceed 80 within the month of July, no overtime hours will be approved during this month. The secretaries, union representation and the administration will meet before May 15th of each year to discuss coverage during the month of July. Building secretaries working in July shall not be considered full year employees. The District agrees to reimburse a bargaining unit member for travel expenses (meals and mileage) when the bargaining unit member attends, with prior approval of the District, training related to their job responsibilities.
July. In this case, you will have been told about any planned increase to the membership fees before your membership started. We will give you at least three calendar monthswritten notice if we plan to increase your membership fees by more than the amount set out above. If we do so, you can end your membership and the agreement by giving us at least one calendar month’s notice in writing. We can increase membership fees at any time to reflect any increase in the rate of VAT. We will give you at least one calendar month’s notice of any such increase. 8 Cooling-off period and ‘lifestyle events’ a Cooling-off period The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 say that: • You can cancel your membership within 14 days from the date we accept your application for membership by giving us written notice. After 14 days from the date we accept your application for membership, you lose the right to cancel your membership and the agreement under this clause. Your written notice must clearly state that you want to cancel your membership and the agreement. You can use a cancellation form which is available from the club’s reception desk, but you do not have to. You can email the form to membership@ sportandfitness.bham.ac.uk or post it to Memberships, University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT. • Unless you expressly ask us to do so, we cannot allow you access to the facilities you want to sign up for within 14 days from the date we accept your application for membership. When applying for membership, you can ask us to let you use the facilities you want to sign up for from the date we accept your membership. If you do so, and then cancel your membership under this clause 8a, within 14 days from the date the initial term started we will refund: • The membership fees you have paid; less • A proportion of the membership fees to cover the period from the date the initial term started to the date you give us notice of cancellation. When we give any refund under this clause 8a we will pay that refund: • Into the same bank account as the one your membership fees were paid from; or • If you paid by cash, to a bank account in your name. b Lifestyle events You can cancel your membership and the agreement during the initial term, by giving us at least one calendar month’s notice in writing, if one or more of the following ‘lifestyle events’ happens: • You are made redundant (in which case we will need a lett...
July. Dismissal from office and subsequent arrest of Mussolini. The king asks Pietro Badoglio to form a new government. September: Liberation of southern Italy and Sardinia. 8 September: Announcement of the signing of the armistice between the Kingdom of Italy and the Allies. The king and government of Italy flees to southern Italy. Risiera di San Sabba bound for Bergen Belsen). 20-30 april: Liberation of northern Italy.
July. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, expressions used in this Agreement, if defined in the Canada Labour Code, have the meaning as given to them in that Code.