NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS Sample Clauses

NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS. The Administration must post on e-mail, in a timely fashion, all positions in the District that become vacant. This includes, but is not limited to, other teaching assignments, instructional assistant assignments, extra-responsibility positions, regardless if the HFEO bargains their wage, and administrative/leadership positions. All applicants shall receive serious consideration in that a uniform process will be used to select candidates. The HFEO agrees that not all applicants need to be interviewed.
NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS. All openings will be posted within ten (10) working days after the receipt of a resignation unless filled by an in-building reassignment in which case that position would not be posted. Vacancies will be publicized through bulletins posted at school buildings, in the Job Postings in the Human Resources folder on Staff Shares and at the Public Schools Personnel Cooperative. Notice of vacancies shall clearly set forth the procedures for applying. The rules of vacancy and new positions shall be waived during the four (4) week period immediately preceding the beginning of the school year. Postings cannot be held because of open coaching positions or anticipated coaching openings.
NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS. If vacancies occur in classifications covered by this Agreement the Employer shall notify all employees of these vacancies by posting vacancies on a visible employee bulletin board for a period of at least four (4) event days or one (1) calendar week, whichever is less.
NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS. Job vacancies will be posted on the District web site and at each work site.

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Continuity of Operations (a) Engage in any business activities substantially different than those in which Borrower is presently engaged, (b) cease operations, liquidate, merge, transfer, acquire or consolidate with any other entity, change ownership, change its name, dissolve or transfer or sell Collateral out of the ordinary course of business, (c) pay any dividends on Borrower's stock (other than dividends payable in its stock), provided, however that notwithstanding the foregoing, but only so long as no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing or would result from the payment of dividends, if Borrower is a "Subchapter S Corporation" (as defined in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended), Borrower may pay cash dividends on its stock to its shareholders from time to time in amounts necessary to enable the shareholders to pay income taxes and make estimated income tax payments to satisfy their liabilities under federal and state law which arise solely from their status as Shareholders of a Subchapter S Corporation because of their ownership of shares of stock of Borrower, or (d) purchase or retire any of Borrower's outstanding shares or alter or amend Borrower's capital structure.
Hours of Operation Tenant will carry on its business diligently and continuously in the Premises and will keep the Premises open for business not less than sixteen (16) consecutive hours each day seven (7) days per week, including holidays. Director or his/her representative may, from time to time, change such required hours of operation, in which event, Tenant will remain open during such revised hours. Similarly, Tenant may, from time to time, request to revise its hours of operation. Such change must be approved by Director or his/her representative, in writing, prior to its occurrence. Tenant may not, at any time, vacate or abandon the Premises.