Negotiated. 8/1/2016 Negotiated: 8/1/2013 Negotiated: 8/1/2010 Negotiated: 11/1/2008 Negotiated: 8/1/2006 Negotiated: 9/27/2003
Negotiated. The parties acknowledge that the parties and their counsel have reviewed and revised this Lease and that the normal rule of construction to the effect that any ambiguities are to be resolved against the drafting party shall not be employed in the interpretation of this Lease or any exhibits or amendments hereto.
Negotiated. The material terms of this Agreement and each Transaction have been and will be individually tailored and negotiated.
Negotiated. 8/1/2016 Negotiated: 11/1/2008 Negotiated: 8/1/2007 Negotiated: 8/1/2006 Replacing ARTICLE 28 – Negotiated: 6/2/2005 Replacing ARTICLE 27 – Negotiated: 9/27/2003
Negotiated. 8/1/2013 Negotiated; 8/1/2010 Negotiated: 11/1/2008 Negotiated: 8/1/2007 Negotiated: 8/1/2006 Negotiated: 9/27/2003 It is the policy of the Agency and the Union to encourage open and xxxxx communications between employees, supervisors, and managers regarding employment concerns, and to seek resolution of such concerns on a direct person-to-person basis by approaching employment problems and concerns in a positive way rather than as adversaries. Such matters should normally be readily resolved between the employee and his/her supervisor or coworker. However, in the event an employee or the Union believes the Agency has violated a term of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Agency Work Rules, Agency Policies and Procedures, or federal/state law, and after reviewing the matter with the supervisor or appropriate director, is unable to informally resolve the issue(s), the following formalized procedure shall be available to the employee/Union to allow the grievance to be progressively considered as fairly and rapidly as possible.
Negotiated. The Union reserves the right to allocate a portion of the increases to wages, Health & Welfare, Pension, Vacation/Supplemental Dues and/or Training on the first day of July of each year during the term of the Agreement, by giving the Contractors not less than forty-five (45) days prior written notice. WAGE INCREASE/ALLOCATIONS Wage increase/allocations to this Agreement shall be implemented and paid to employees within 45 days of receipt of written notification from the Union to the Employer, and be paid retroactive to the effective date of such increase/allocation or within the first full week of the Employers pay period. A penalty of one (1) day straight time rate of pay will be paid to employees for each day of waiting time beyond the 45 days, until such Wage Increase/Allocation payments are made. The Union shall have the option of distributing these increases to straight time hourly wage rate or fringe benefit/contribution funds. The Union agrees it shall notify the Employer at least forty-five (45) days in advance of the proposed effective dates of the allocation of such monies.
Negotiated. A grievance shall be negotiated when necessary to reach a final decision in each of the following steps between the duly designated and appropriate representatives of the parties specified in each step.
Negotiated. Crestwood Manor - Fremont Medi-Cal Published Rate 24.00 Alameda SNF/STP - 1134 **Indigent/Medi-Cal Ineligible 32.00 NPI - 0000000000 59.00 93.00 136.00 Negotiated
Negotiated. $8,000 1,000 Jan. 1, 1953 ........ .............................. Jan. 9,1953Jan. 10,1953 A cop y of t h e m o n t h l y lis t i n g s ha ll be fo r w ar ded b y e a c h p r i m e Ge n e ra l Age n t t o e a c h Co a s t Di r ec t o r of t h e Dis t r ic t i n w h ic h any of t h e wo r k i n volved w a s a w ar ded. If n o wo r k w a s a w ar ded b y a Ge n e ra l Age n t un de r h is deleg a t ed au- t h o r i t y , a r epo r t t o t ha t effec t s ha ll be s u b m i tt ed t o t h e pe r t i n e n t Co a s t Di- r ec t o r a s p r esc r ibed i n t h is sec t io n . Th e r eq u i r ed r epo r t s s ha ll be s u b m i tt ed t o t h e Co a s t Di r ec t o r s wi t h i n five (5) d ay s af t e r t h e l a s t d ay of t h e m o n t h bei n g r epo r t ed u po n . Th is r epo r t i n g r e- q u i r e m e n t ha s bee n a pp r oved b y t h e B ur e au of t h e B u dge x x x x cco r d an ce wi t h t h e F xxx xx l R epo r t s Ac t of 1942. NOTE : R eco r ds an d s u ppo r t i n g doc u m e n t s r efe rr ed t o i n t h e a xxxx o r de r , s ha ll be r e- t a i n ed un t il t h e co m ple t io n of t h e au di t b y t h e Ge n e ra l Acco un t i n g Office, a t w h ic h t i m e t h e M ar i t i m e Ad m i n is t ra t io n will t a k e c u s t od y of t h e r eco r ds. [ SR M–3, R ev., 18 F R 5035, A u g. 22, 1953, a s a m e n ded a t 21 F R 8106, Oc t . 23, 1956. R edesig- na t ed a t 45 F R 44587, J u l y 1, 1980] Maritime Administration, DOT Sec. 4 PART 337—GENERAL AGENT’S RE- SPONSIBILITY IN CONNECTION WITH FOREIGN REPAIR CUSTOM’S ENTRIES S ec.