Occupancy Costs (i) The Assuming Bank agrees to pay to the Receiver, or to appropriate third parties at the direction of the Receiver, during and for the period of any occupancy by it of (x) owned Bank Premises the market rental value, as determined by the appraiser selected in accordance with the definition of Fair Market Value, and all operating costs, and (y) leased Bank Premises, all operating costs with respect thereto and to comply with all relevant terms of applicable leases entered into by the Failed Bank, including without limitation the timely payment of all rent. Operating costs include, without limitation all taxes, fees, charges, utilities, insurance and assessments, to the extent not included in the rental value or rent. If the Assuming Bank elects to purchase any owned Bank Premises in accordance with Section 4.6(a), the amount of any rent paid (and taxes paid to the Receiver which have not been paid to the taxing authority and for which the Assuming Bank assumes liability) by the Assuming Bank with respect thereto shall be applied as an offset against the purchase price thereof.
Transponders will be assigned to each covert vehicle and are to be stored in the glove compartment, console or other secure place within the assigned vehicle when not in use.
Cost Allocation Notwithstanding anything in the Compact to the contrary, the Regulatory Fees for all class III activities under the Compact, including those applicable to the activities described in this Appendix (except for the first year fees set by estimate as provided in Sections 13.4.1), shall be set by determining the cost of regulating the Tribe’s class III activities using the State’s cost allocation model currently in use as of the effective date of this Amendment.
Bilingual Differential When formally assigned in the employee’s position description, an employee assigned to interpret to or from another language to English will receive a differential of five percent (5%) of base pay.
Differentials Existing wage differentials among classes of workers within a building shall be maintained. It is recognized that wage differentials other than those required herein may exist or arise because of wages above the minima required by this agreement. No change in such differentials shall be considered a violation of this agreement unless it appears that it results from an attempt to break down the wage structure for the building. Where an obvious inequity exists by reason of an employee’s regular application of specialized abilities in their work, the amount or correctness of the differential or wage may be determined by grievance and/or arbitration. Notwithstanding the above, it is understood that licensed engineers covered under this Agreement shall receive the same wages and benefits as paid to engineers under the Realty Advisory Board (RAB) Agreement covering licensed engineers in New York City except that Pension, Health, Legal and Training Fund contributions shall continue to be paid under the terms of this Agreement.
Gas If Customer has selected a Gas Fixed Rate, Customer’s Price will be based on the Fixed Rate(s), plus the Administration Charge, set forth in the Application, which includes RITERATE ENERGY’s compressor fuel and transportation charges, administrative and transaction costs and the Gas Balancing Amount and any Regulatory Charges (defined below).
Shift Differentials 34.1 Employees whose regularly assigned shifts commence between 1400 and 2159 hours shall receive a shift differential of seventy-five cents (75¢) per hour, and employees whose regularly assigned shifts commence between 2200 and 0559 hours shall receive a shift differential of eighty cents (80¢) per hour. Effective January 1, 2005, for employees whose regularly assigned shifts commence between 2200 and 0559 hours shall receive a shift differential of one dollar ($1) per hour. Overtime shall not be calculated on the shift differential nor shall the shift differential be paid for paid absence from duty such as vacations, general holidays, etc.
Overhead Any and all overhead, labor or general expenses of any kind unless specifically allowed under General Conditions. These costs include, but are not limited to: costs for the purchase, lease, rental, allowance or maintenance of vehicles, radios/communication equipment, jobsite computers, copiers and other business equipment, specialized telephone systems and cellular/digital phones; trade or professional association dues; costs for hiring and/or relocation of any of the CM’s personnel; and travel, per diem and subsistence expense of CM, its officers or employees except as specifically allowed under General Conditions.
Wage Scale The wages shown in Appendix A will be part of this Agreement.
Attrition Attrition means that as people leave their jobs because they retire, resign, transfer, die or are promoted then they may not be replaced. In addition or alternatively, there may be a partial or complete freeze on recruiting new employees or on promotions.