New Entrants Sample Clauses

New Entrants. A new employee, or a person not previously on the Shift Overtime List, will initially be credited with one (1) hour more than the maximum accrued in his or her classification and shift. That employee’s name would go to the bottom of the list.
New Entrants. Other than (i) in the Small Operator Area, (ii) on the termination, whether by default, in bankruptcy or otherwise, of a particular Operator’s Lease Agreement and Concession Agreement, or (iii) at the beginning of a Concession Term, the Port will not allow New Entrants into the Consolidated Rental Car Facility. New Entrants in the Small Operator Area will, subject to reallocation as provided in Section 11.2, initially be accommodated in those portions of the Small Operator Area not assigned in the initial allocation (or latest reallocation) of the Small Operator Area. New Entrants in any space vacated on termination a particular Operator’s Lease Agreement and Concession Agreement will, subject to reallocation as provided in Section 11.2, initially be accommodated in the space vacated. New Entrants at the beginning of any Concession Term will be allocated space as provided in Section 11.4.
New Entrants. Part I – Report assets as of the date of filing but report sources of earned income, honoraria, and other non-investment income for the preceding 12 months. Part II – Report liabilities as of the date of filing. Part III – Report positions for the preceding 12 months. Part IV – Report agreements and arrangements as of the date of filing.
New Entrants. Salary for new appointments to the grade, upon implementation, will be £27k after completion of training. The training rate for a trainee TM’s will be £20k. The above salaries are pre-April 2022 salaries.
New Entrants. New entrants will be subject to the original guaranteed issue rules. “
New Entrants. The report is due within 30 days of your assuming a position designated for filing, unless your agency requests the report earlier or your agency grants you a filing extension.
New Entrants. The panel will be subject to annual re-adverts to allow for new entrances and accreditations into the panel over the three year period.

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  • Exit Management The Contractor shall perform its relevant Exit Management obligations as part of the Framework whether applicable on either the expiry or early termination of this Agreement.

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