Mobility. 14.01 The parties to this Agreement acknowledge that because of the extraordinary safety requirements of railroad work and the specialized nature of the work covered by this Agreement, it is necessary that the Employer have experienced and qualified employees and both parties shall cooperate to the end that all employees hired for work under this Agreement will be capable of performing such work in an experienced, efficient and safe manner.
Mobility. Each of the viable improvement concepts identified shall be evaluated from a mobility and safety standpoint. The improvement concepts shall be modeled using the traffic simulation models of the corridor segment. The following items are used only to serve as possible examples of criteria that may be used to evaluate the improvement concepts from a mobility standpoint:
Mobility. 7.1 There may also be a business need to travel and work on a temporary basis at any premises which the Corporation currently has or may subsequently acquire or at any premises at which it may from time to time provide services. This would be subject to discussion and agreement giving due regard to the following considerations: - The location and arrangements for travel and subsistence; - The length of the working day with increased travel time; - The hours of work; - The timescale and duration of the proposed arrangements; - The employee’s personal and family circumstances.
Mobility. L16.01 Mobility is a process to address staffing needs with consideration for geographic, academic, and personal requirements. Mobility may be in the form of an exchange or placement in a vacancy, or in conjunction with Transfer and Surplus process.
Mobility. 15.01 Regular employees of the Employer may be classified as key men/women and the Employer shall be allowed mobility of key men/women within the area of this Collective Agreement and the right under this Article will not be exercised in an unreasonable or restrictive manner by either party. The parties agree that Summer Students do not have mobility rights.