Keeping Sample Clauses

Keeping. 21.6 The Employer shall maintain an adequate system of time-keeping to record the times that an Employee reports for and leaves work each day. The Employee’s starting and finishing times, meal periods or allowances, and rate changes (if any) shall be shown on the time card. Any items changed after the time card is completed must be reviewed with the Employee. The time records shall be open to inspection by a duly authorized representative of the Union at reasonable times and on giving the Employer reasonable notice.
Keeping. The Servicer shall promptly report to the Issuer and the Indenture Trustee any material failure on its part to hold the Receivable Files and maintain its accounts, records and computer systems as herein provided and shall promptly take appropriate action to remedy any such material failure. Nothing herein shall be deemed to require an initial review or any periodic review by the Issuer or the Indenture Trustee of the Receivables or the Receivable Files.
Keeping. Contractor agrees to retain all records relating to this Contract during the term and for a period of 7 years thereafter and to make those records available at all reasonable times for inspection and audit by University and/or the State of Florida Auditor General. In connection with an inspection or audit, the records shall be provided at the University’s Gainesville campus or other location designated by University upon reasonable notice to Contractor. Conflict of Interest. Contractor, if an individual, represents that he/she is not an employee of University. Contractor, if an entity, represents that none of its employees, officers, members, partners or owners is an employee of University. State Vendor Lists. Contractor represents that neither it nor its affiliates is currently on, and for the past 36 months has been on, the State of Florida’s discriminatory vendor list (F.S. 287.134) or convicted vendor list (F.S. 287.133).
Keeping. All physical documents, including final framework rubric, artifacts, teacher’s written comments, if applicable, and above forms, shall be moved to the teacher’s personnel file at the end of the school year.
Keeping. 6.1 CTI and its Sublicensee(s) shall keep books and records sufficient to verify the accuracy and completeness of CTI's and its Sublicensee(s)'s accounting referred to above, including without limitation, inventory, purchase and invoice records, manufacturing records, sales analysis, general ledgers, financial statements, and tax returns relating to the Products. Such books and records shall be preserved for a period not less than six years after they are created, both during and after the term of this Agreement.
Keeping. 33.1 Record keeping of the documents agreed between Mainspring and the Manager which sets out the rights and obligations of the Parties under an agreement to provide services or the terms on which Mainspring provides services shall be maintained by Mainspring for at least the duration of the relationship with the Manager.
Keeping. The patient understands and agrees they are responsible for attending a scheduled appointment and that if it is necessary to cancel or reschedule they must do so at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled appointment.
Keeping. “standard” contract documentation up-to-date and advising on its correct use
Keeping records 12.1 Every employer must keep a written record of at least the following – (a) the worker’s name and position; (b) in the case of a task-rated worker, the number of tasks completed by the worker; (c) in the case of a time-rated worker, the time worked by the worker; (d) payments made to each worker. 12.2 The employer must keep this record for a period of at least three years after the completion of the SPWP. 13 Payment 13.1 An employer must pay all wages at least monthly in cash or by cheque or into a bank account. 13.2 A worker may not be paid less than the minimum wage rate of R185.52 per day or per task. This will be adjusted annually on the 1st of November in line with inflation (available CPI as provided by Stats SA six (6) weeks before implementation) 13.3 A task-rated worker will only be paid for tasks that have been completed. 13.4 An employer must pay a task-rated worker within five weeks of the work being completed and the work having been approved by the manager or the contractor having submitted an invoice to the employer. 13.5 A time-rated worker will be paid at the end of each month. 13.6 Payment must be made in cash, by cheque or by direct deposit into a bank account designated by the worker. 13.7 Payment in cash or by cheque must take place – (a) at the workplace or at a place agreed to by the worker; (b) during the worker’s working hours or within fifteen minutes of the start or finish of work; (c) in a sealed envelope which becomes the property of the worker. 13.8 An employer must give a worker the following information in writing – (a) the period for which payment is made; (b) the numbers of tasks completed or hours worked; (c) the worker’s earnings; (d) any money deducted from the payment; (e) the actual amount paid to the worker. 13.9 If the worker is paid in cash or by cheque, this information must be recorded on the envelope and the worker must acknowledge receipt of payment by signing for it. 13.10 If a worker’s employment is terminated, the employer must pay all monies owing to that worker within one month of the termination of employment. 14
Keeping. The laws and standards of my profession require that I keep treatment records. All written and electronic records will be maintained confidentially. I maintain physical records in a secure location that cannot be accessed by anyone else. For digital records, industry-standard security technology is used to safeguard your protected health information. Consistent with state and federal laws, records will be retained for a minimum of seven years beyond the date of last professional contact and disposed of securely. You are entitled to receive a copy of your records unless I believe that seeing them would be emotionally damaging, in which case I will be happy to send them to a mental health professional of your choice. Because these are professional records, they can be misinterpreted and/or upsetting to untrained readers. I recommend that you review them in my presence so that we can discuss the contents. Patients will be charged a pro-rated fee for any time spent in preparing information requests. Initials