MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE Sample Clauses

MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Union expressly recognizes that the Company has the exclusive responsibility for and authority over (whether or not the same was exercised heretofore) the management, operation and maintenance of its facilities and, in furtherance thereof, has, subject to the terms of this Agreement, the right to determine policy affecting the selection, hiring, and training of employees; to direct the work force and to schedule work; to institute and enforce reasonable rules of conduct; to assure discipline and efficient operations; to determine what work is to be done, what is to be produced and by what means; to determine the quality and quantity of workmanship; to determine the size and composition of the work force; to determine the allocation and assignment of work to employees; to determine the location of the business, including the establishment of new locations or departments, divisions, or subdivisions thereof; to arrange for work to be done by other companies or other divisions of the Company; to alter, combine, or eliminate any job, operation, service, or department; to sell, merge or discontinue the business or any phase thereof; provided, however, in the exercise of these prerogatives, none of the specific provisions of the Agreement shall be abridged. The Company will not use the vehicle of subcontracting for the sole purpose of laying off employees or reducing the number of hours available to them.
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MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the DCU agrees that the Board and its designees shall retain control and direction over all matters of inherent managerial policy. Such matters shall include, but are not limited to:
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Board reserves to itself sole jurisdiction and authority over matters of policy and retains the right, subject only to the limitations imposed by the language of this Agreement, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations; (a) to direct the employees of the school district; (b) to hire, promote, transfer, assign, and retain all employees in positions as needed in the school district, and to suspend, demote, discharge, or take other disciplinary action against employees; (c) to relieve employees from duty because of lack of work or for other reasons; (d) to maintain efficiency of the school district operations entrusted to them; (e) to determine the methods, means and personnel by which such operations are to be conducted; (f) to establish reasonable work rules; and (g) to take whatever actions may be necessary to carry out the mission of the school district in situations of emergency.
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, the Board of Education reserves and retains solely and exclusively all of its rights, pursuant to and consistent with applicable state and federal law, to manage, direct, and control the operations of the district. These rights include, but are not limited to, such areas of discretion or policy as described below:
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Board reserves to itself sole jurisdiction and authority over matters of policy and retains the right, subject only to the limitations imposed by the language of this agreement, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations to:
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The District retains its management rights subject to any limitations found in thisAgreement. Subject to all of the provisions of this Agreement and subject to the provisions of Title 33 of the Ohio Revised Code, the District shall have the sole and exclusive right to control all functions and operations and set all policies regarding the Cleveland schools, including but not limited to, the sole and exclusive right to:
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Union recognizes the right of the Company to conduct its business, to operate its plants, and to direct the working forces in such manner as it sees fit but not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement and it is understood that the Company retains all management rights not specifically covered by this Agreement.
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The City Commission on its own behalf and on behalf of its electors hereby retains and reserves unto itself, all powers, rights, authority, duties, and responsibilities, conferred upon and vested in it by the laws and the Constitution of the State of Michigan and of the United States. Further, all rights which ordinarily vest in and are executed by employers except such as are specifically relinquished herein are reserved to and remain vested in the City, including, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the right: (a) to determine the services to be performed, the quantity and quality of work and services to be performed, and the methods of performing the work and services; (b) to determine the means and methods of carrying out the work; (c) to determine the size of the work force and increase or decrease its size; (d) to hire new employees, to discharge or discipline employees, to maintain discipline and efficiency, and to assign and lay-off employees; (e) to schedule the work days and hours of work; (f) to direct the work force, to assign the type and location of work assignments and related work to be performed, and determine the number of employees assigned to operations; (g) to establish work standards, and the methods, processes, and procedures by which such work is to be performed; (h) to select employees for promotion or transfer to supervisory or other positions, to determine the qualifications and competency of employees to perform the available work; (i) to establish training requirements for purposes of maintaining or improving the profession skills of employees and for purposes of advancement. The City reserves the foregoing rights except such as are specifically relinquished or modified by the terms of this Agreement. It is agreed that these enumerations of management prerogatives shall not be deemed to exclude other prerogatives not enumerated, and except as specifically abridged, delegated, modified or granted by this Agreement, all of the rights, powers, and authority the City had prior to the signing of this Agreement are retained by the City and remain within the rights of the City.
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Board hereby retains and reserves unto itself, except as limited by the specified and express terms of this Agreement, all powers, rights, authority, duties and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by the laws and the Constitution of the State of Kansas and of the United States, including, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the right;
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS CLAUSE. The Association recognizes that the Committee has and will continue to retain, whether exercised or not, the rights responsibility and prerogatives to direct the operation of the Monson Public Schools as set forth in the General Laws Relating to Education for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. These rights, responsibilities and prerogatives are not subject to delegation in whole or in part, except that the same shall not be exercised in any manner inconsistent with or in violation of any of the specific terms of this Agreement. No action taken by the Committee with respect to such rights, responsibilities and prerogatives, other than as there are specific provisions herein elsewhere contained, shall be subject to the grievance provisions of this Agreement. Except to the extent expressly abridged by a specific provision of this Agreement, the School Committee shall have and may exercise all the powers, authority and prerogatives of municipal management and governmental authority including, but not limited to the following: to direct and conduct the educational affairs of the Department and its schools; to direct, supervise and evaluate employees, including the right to develop and revise evaluation procedures; to conduct professional improvement programs; to direct and control all the operations and services of the Department and its schools; to evaluate and determine the educational the number of personnel of the Department and its schools; to determine class size; to subcontract out work, to determine the level of student competency; to assign and transfer employees; to assign work; to schedule and enforce working hours; to determine whether goods or services should be made, purchased or leased; to hire, appoint and promote; to demote, suspend,discipline, and discharge; to lay off or relieve employees due to lack of work, lack of funds or for other reasons; to make and enforce rules and regulations; to change or eliminate existing equipment, facilities, programs or schools; and to institute technological change.