Means of Communication Sample Clauses

Means of Communication i. Quarterly results
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Means of Communication. II.2.1 Any communication relating to the FWC or to its performance shall be made in writing and shall bear the FWC number. Any communication is deemed to have been made when it is received by the receiving party unless otherwise provided for in this FWC.
Means of Communication. II.2.1 Any communication relating to the contract or to its performance shall be made in writing and shall bear the contract number. Any communication is deemed to have been made when it is received by the receiving party unless otherwise provided for in this contract.
Means of Communication. The Union shall be permitted to use internal University mail systems, including computer/electronic mail and fax for mailings to the employees covered by this MOU, provided that such use does not interfere with the Employer’s operations and is for legitimate Union purposes. If the Employer can illustrate that the Union is not using equipment or services in a manner consistent with this section, the Employer shall notify the Union and provide the specific usage(s) it finds in violation of this section. A meeting between the Employer and the Union shall take place within two business days in which the parties shall attempt to resolve the matter. If no agreement is reached, the Employer may revoke the Union’s use of the equipment and services. The Union may submit to the Grievance Procedure outlined in this Agreement the issue of whether the Employer’s revocation is in compliance with this Article. Confidentiality shall be maintained subject to the Employer’s security needs. Mass mailings, through the Employer’s mail processing department, shall be limited to four per calendar year.
Means of Communication. The Union shall be permitted to use internal University mail systems, including computer/electronic mail/fax, or mailings to the employees covered by this MOU, provided that such use does not interfere with the Employer’s operations and is for legitimate Union business purposes. If the Employer can illustrate that the Union is not using equipment or services in a manner consistent with this Section, the Employer shall notify the Union and provide the specific usage(s) it finds in violation of this Section. A meeting between the Employer and the Union shall take place within two (2) business days in which the parties shall attempt to resolve the matter. If no agreement is reached, the Employer may revoke the Union’s use of the equipment and services. The Union may submit to the Grievance Procedure outlined in this MOU the issue of whether the Employer’s revocation is in compliance with this Article. Confidentiality shall be maintained subject to the Employer’s security needs. Mass mailings through the Employer’s mail processing department, shall be limited to six (6) per calendar year.
Means of Communication i. half yearly results
Means of Communication. Instructions to the Intermediary shall be made via telephone calls to one of the contacts below followed with either an email or facsimile. Other communication between the parties must be received via email or facsimile at the following address or such other address as such party may from time to time specify in writing to the other party.
Means of Communication. The Customer agrees that the Company shall be entitled to record all communications between the Parties or any representative thereof and maintain such records at its discretion and without further notice. The Company shall make available to the Customer all the information that the Company is obliged, according to the relevant provisions of the Payment Services Law 128 (I)/2009, to provide or to make available to the Customer. Such information shall be made available at least on a monthly basis. Where the Customer is other than a consumer or a micro-enterprise, the Company shall not be obliged to prove that it has complied with the information requirements imposed by the Payment Services Law 128(I)/2009. The Company shall provide to the Customer the abovementioned information as obliged by the relevant provisions of the Payment Services Law 128(I)/2009 or any other notices, statements or other documents either:
Means of Communication. University resources, including mail, computing resources and e-mail, are provided to support the research, instructional and administrative objectives of the University, and are for the sole use of the University faculty, staff and students to accomplish tasks related to the user’s status at the University and consistent with the University’s mission. The Union has the right to communicate with members of the bargaining unit through the use of authorized bulletin boards, fax machines, and telephones as may be available. To the extent a member of the bargaining unit may have authorized access to the University computing resources, members of the bargaining unit shall be allowed to receive individualized e-mail messages from the Union.
Means of Communication. AFSCME has the right to communicate with bargaining unit employees only through use of any means available to the public, and through campus email utilizing an AFSCME generated distribution list. AFSCME will be allowed use of campus mail or email to distribute newsletters or other lawful communications to bargaining unit employees a maximum of eight (8) times per year for use of campus mail, and a maximum of twelve (12) times per year for use of campus email. The Union shall send a courtesy copy to the University of any Mass Communication to the bargaining unit using campus mail or email within four (4) hours before sending such communications. Authorized AFSCME representatives may be allowed use of University telephones and fax machines, computers, printers, scanners, and copy machines for duplicating no more than 100 produced pages after obtaining the authorization of UMB's representative in Human Resource Services and only in connection with the administration and bargaining of this MOU. The requirement for prior authorization does not apply to grievances. AFSCME shall also have the right to post Union materials on designated bulletin boards in those buildings of the University where there is more than a nominal presence of bargaining unit employees. Materials to be posted must be lawful, dated, and authorized by AFSCME. The locations of these bulletin boards shall be in public areas visible to bargaining unit employees at the specific location as agreed upon between the Union and the University. AFSCME will bear all associated costs of bulletin boards.