OF STANDARDS Sample Clauses

OF STANDARDS. Section 1 Tractor-Trailer Doubles Pay 189 Section 2 Scheduling Unassigned Feeder Work 189 Section 3 Foul Weather Gear… 189 Section 4 Copy of Weekly Work Schedule… 189 Section 5 Training Part-Time Employees 189 Section 6 Testing 189 Section 7 Vacation Selection by Classification… 189 Section 8 Vacation Selection for Part-Time and Full-Time Inside Hub Employees and All Office Employees 190 Section 9 JAC Case 956 Vacation Earnings 190 Section 10 Elimination of Red Lined Vacations Full-Time Only 191 Section 11 JAC Cases 148-80 and 149-80 Meal Periods and Breaks 191 Section 12 Vacation Selection Process for All Drivers (Package and Feeders)… 191 Section 13 Vacation Percentage Allowed Off Feeders Only 191 Section 14 Vacation Selection Option in Two (2) Segments 192 Section 15 Vacation Credit 193 Section 16 Route Assigning… 193 Section 17 Set-up and Wrap-up Work 193 Section 18 Car Wash Jobs in New Hubs 193 Section 19 Reimbursement Chauffeurs License… 193 Section 20 Union Buttons 193 ARTICLE IV HEALTH & WELFARE PENSION AND MEDICARE TRUST Section 1-4… 194-195 ARTICLE V WAGES AND CLASSIFICATIONS Classifications & rates 195-200
OF STANDARDS. It is agreed between the Signatories to this Agreement that area or practices enjoyed by any Local Union and/or Company will be maintained unless otherwise mutually agreed. If a dispute arises, either party may elect to process a grievance through the normal Grievance Procedure. RIGHTS Section of The Company agrees: that sells or transfer to a subsidiary Company or a new Company established within the framework of the same corporate entity any licence, right to operate or operating authority which has been granted to it the purpose of moving goods or commodities anywhere within the jurisdiction of the Local Unions Signatory to this Agreement, the following conditions will apply: employees of the Company not be laid off a direct result of the forementioned transfer or sale; the subsidiary new Company to which the sale or transfer is made recognize the appropriate Local as the agent for employees brokers of the or new Company: the subsidiary or new Company and the Local agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the "Ontario Carriers DURATION
OF STANDARDS. An employee shall be entitled to a short-term leave of absence without pay under the following conditions and the Employer may request proof in support thereof: . Serious accident involving a member of his immediate family (parent, spouse, child). . Personal illness or accident, except for . At the request of the Union an employee is designated by the Union to participate in legitimate Union business. . When death occurs in an employee’s immediate family (parent, parent of spouse, child, brother or sister) the employee on request, will be excused for up to a maximum of three days normally scheduled working days immediately following the death. The Mechanic-in-charge shall normally receive information orders or work assignments only from responsible supervisory personnel. When an employee is laid the Employer shall provide him with such papers as are required by the Federal Unemployment Insurance Act • The wages due him, or such other paraphernalia, shall be supplied to the employee by the next pay period. Attendance et Company lectures, outside of normal working hours, shall be voluntary and no punitive measures shall be exercised a the employee who refuses to attend such lectures. 4 he availability of Company lectures shall be equal to all employees. When employees are required to work more than two hours beyond the regular work day on unscheduled overtime, the Employer will provide a hot meal at no cost to the employee. Such meal to be consumed on the employee’s own time. If an employee suffers an injury on the job requiring medical or special attention he shall be paid his regular hourly wage rate for the difference between the hours actually worked and his scheduled hours of the regular worked day on which the injury occurred. Further, an employee who provides the necessary aid to such injured employee shall be paid in like manner for the time required to provide such aid’. Where excessively dirty conditions exist, clothing shall be provided by the Employer for the employee engaged in the removal of an old elevator protective use of the plant, clean down hoist ways of existing elevators, or in the c lean down of the well of existing escalators. ARTICLE OF AGREEMENT Agreement shall become effective on the day of A p r i l , - - - Signed on behalf of the Parties to this Agreement this day of November, FOR LOCAL UNION NO. FOR CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION NATIONAL UNION OF ELEVATOR MANAGEMENT LABOUR BUREAU CONSTRUCTORS LIMITED Xxxxxx x Xxxxxx s Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx...

Related to OF STANDARDS

  • MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS The Employer agrees, subject to the following provisions, that all conditions of employment in his/her individual operation relating to wages, hours of work, overtime differentials and general working conditions shall be maintained at not less than the highest standards in effect at the time of the signing of this Agreement, and the conditions of employment shall be improved whenever specific provisions for improvement are made elsewhere in this Agreement.

  • General Standards All Projects funded by this Agreement shall be completed within industry standards and best practices to ensure that the functionality and serviceability of the program’s investment meets the intent of the application and the program.

  • ETHICAL STANDARDS Subrecipient represents that it has not: (a) provided an illegal gift or payoff to any City officer or employee, or former City officer or employee, or to any relative or business entity of a City officer or employee, or relative or business entity of a former City officer or employee; (b) retained any person to solicit or secure this contract upon an agreement or understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage or contingent fee, other than bona fide employees of bona fide commercial agencies established for the purpose of securing business; (c) breached any of the ethical standards set forth in State statute or Durham City’s Ethics, Gifts and Honoraria ordinance (Chapter 2.07, Durham City Code of Ordinances, 2001); or (d) knowingly influenced, and hereby promises that it will not knowingly influence, any City officer or employee or former City officer or employee to breach any of the ethical standards set forth in State statute or Durham City ordinances.

  • Technical Standards The Generation System shall be installed and operated by the Interconnection Customer consistent with the requirements of this Agreement; the Technical Requirements; the applicable requirements located in the National Electrical Code (NEC); the applicable standards published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE); and local building and other applicable ordinances in effect at the time of the installation of the Generation System.

  • Compliance with Standards Competitive Supplier agrees that it will comply with the applicable provisions of X.X.X. x. 00X, § 00X, § 00 F1/2, and any regulations, orders or policies adopted pursuant thereto.

  • Operating Standards DigitalWork will ensure that the Co-Branded Site complies at all times with the standards set forth in Exhibit E. To the extent site standards are not established in Exhibit E with respect to any aspect or portion of the Co-Branded Site (or the Products or other Content contained therein), DigitalWork will provide such aspect or portion at a level of accuracy, quality, completeness, and timeliness which meets or exceeds prevailing standards in the business-to-business industry. In the event DigitalWork fails to comply with any material terms of this Agreement or any Exhibit attached hereto, AOL will have the right (in addition to any other remedies available to AOL hereunder) to decrease the promotion it provides to DigitalWork hereunder (and to decrease or cease any other contractual obligation hereunder) until such time as DigitalWork corrects its non-compliance (and in such event, AOL will be relieved of the proportionate amount of any promotional commitment made to DigitalWork by AOL hereunder corresponding to such decrease in promotion) and any revenue threshold(s) set forth in Section 4 will each be adjusted proportionately to correspond to such decrease in promotion and other obligations during the period of non-compliance.

  • International Standards 1. Each Party shall use relevant international standards, guides, and recommendations, to the extent provided in Articles 2.4 and 5.4 of the TBT Agreement, as a basis for its technical regulations and conformity assessment procedures. 2. In determining whether an international standard, guide, or recommendation for purposes of Articles 2, 5, and Annex 3 of the TBT Agreement exists, each Party shall apply Decision of the Committee on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations with relation to Articles 2, 5 and Annex 3 of the Agreement (Annex 4 to G/TBT/9), adopted on November 13, 2000 by the WTO Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade.

  • Safety Standards Performance of the Contract for all commodities or contractual services must comply with requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and other applicable State of Florida and federal requirements.

  • Standards Any additions, modifications, or replacements made to a Party’s facilities shall be designed, constructed and operated in accordance with this Agreement, NYISO requirements and Good Utility Practice.

  • Design Standards (1) Physical structures must be designed, constructed, and equipped so as to improve or harmonize with the neighborhoods they occupy, meet contemporary standards of modest comfort and livability, and be attractive and marketable to the people they are intended to serve.