Opportunity Sample Clauses

Opportunity. The parties recognize that work may be done more effectively internally or externally. Opportunities for the application of this Article to new or existing work can be initiated by Management and/or the Union. It is intended that joint discussion should commence as soon as possible and before detailed definition of the need to have new or existing work done by purchased services.
Opportunity. During the Employment Period, Executive shall submit to the Board all investment or business opportunities of which he becomes aware and which are within the scope and investment objectives of Acadia or any of the Subsidiaries.
Opportunity. An employee on the appropriate list when overtime is offered shall be deemed to have had an opportunity to work overtime where the employee accepts, where the employee refuses, or where the employee is absent on leave.
Opportunity. The University shall provide the widest possible opportunity for employees to be considered for and get assignments of higher duties. All such assignments shall be made in a fair manner. No employee shall be required to accept an assignment of higher duties, without the commensurate salary adjustment, if applicable.
Opportunity. The City will make all reasonable efforts to provide candidates (a) an opportunity to complete all of the items on the checklist within 24 months and (b) an equal opportunity to complete the checklist through training, operation of various types of equipment, and on the job experience.
Opportunity. If during the Term, or within six (6) months thereafter, Employee develops or conceives of any invention, discovery, improvement, device, design, apparatus, practice, process, method or product of any kind or nature whatsoever, whether patentable or not (collectively, an "Opportunity"), Employee shall as promptly thereafter as practicable disclose the Opportunity to the Company in writing and in reasonable detail. Within 10 business days following its receipt of Employee's disclosure (before and during which time Employee shall not disclose the Opportunity to any other person or entity), the Company shall notify Employee whether the Company believes that the Opportunity constitutes a Development. If the Company informs Employee that the Opportunity is not a Development or fails to respond within ten business days to Employee's disclosure, Employee shall thereafter be free to exploit or pursue the Opportunity in a manner determined by Employee in Employee's sole discretion, but in no event shall Employee do so in violation or derogation of Employee's other obligations under this Agreement. If the Company notifies Employee that the Opportunity is a Development and Employee disagrees with that conclusion, the parties' dispute shall be resolved as provided in Section 7, below, provided that until such dispute is fully and finally resolved Employee shall not disclose the Opportunity to any other person or entity, or take any action intended to exploit, further or profit in any way from the Opportunity, or assist any other person in doing so.
Opportunity. Xxxxxx looks forward to the opportunity to continue to partner with Xxxxxxxx County Schools to provide a comprehensive professional learning experience that supports and complements Xxxxxxxx County Schools’ vision and high performance schools planning for 2016-2017. Xxxxxxxx County Schools (CCSD) and Xxxxxx have created a partnership that is committed to improving student achievement and helping educators do their work better. The partnership and professional development plan is being implemented throughout Xxxxxxxx County Schools. The partnership with Xxxxxx will provide comprehensive support for all teachers, leaders, and ultimately, students within Xxxxxxxx County Schools. This support will be comprised of differentiated and personalized professional development in the area of the Xxxxxx & Xxxx literacy framework and implementation of a Balanced Literacy/Gradual Release of Responsibility approach. Xxxxxx looks forward to creating a partnership that uses this foundation to ensure leadership development, quality student learning, and educational excellence. Balanced Literacy Support: Xxxxxx & Frey’s Literacy Framework Implementation, through Gradual Release of Responsibility Approach Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR) Participants will understand how a quality instructional model, increases student learning and rigor in the classroom. Using the 5 access points, as outlined in Rigorous Reading, educators will apply the Gradual Release of Responsibility framework to their instructional practice. We will emphasize student learning versus task completion. Learning Outcomes:  Examine 5 access points and how they relate to quality instruction  Learn the Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR) Instructional Model and its components o Focused Instruction o Guided Instruction o Collaborative Learning o Independent Practice
Opportunity. During the course of this transaction and prior to the date hereof, the Buyer has had the opportunity to ask questions of and receive answers from the Seller concerning the Seller and its affiliates, and the terms and conditions of the offering of the Shares.
Opportunity. 19.16.1 The District shall grant to unit members an unpaid opportunity leave, upon request, for a full semester or a full school year.
Opportunity. The learner will carry out meaningful work, as described in the job description discussed. We will ensure that the work will be planned by a responsible person and the learner will receive appropriate induction, instructions, and supervision during the period of the work experience. Pre 16 and Post 16 students attached to a school’s work experience programme will not receive any payment for this work, in accordance with the current Education Act. Young Workers Directive limits time to 8 hours a day and max 40 per week, normally these can be between 6am–10pm. CSW advises that specific arrangements between the school, parents and employer should be in place for placements that occur outside of 8am-8pm or at weekends. This is particularly important for learners under the age of 16. HEALTH, SAFETY, WELFARE AND SECURITY We recognise that a learner on work experience is regarded as an employee for the purposes of Health and Safety legislation and the associated duty of care. We will ensure that the learner does not operate any hazardous machinery, or carry out work of an unsuitable nature, and that any protective clothing/equipment is supplied where necessary and instruction given on its use. We recognise the need for risk assessments to be carried out for learner before the placement, and that these are communicated to the parent/guardian. Where the significant risks have been recorded on the job description, we would expect the Educational Establishment to pass this information onto the learner/Parent/Guardian. We also agree to undertake, monitor, and modify risk assessments for the placement to take account of an individual student’s capabilities and any changes to working practices. We will expect the learner/parent/guardian/Educational Establishment to inform us of any medical or other condition so that we can adjust our risk assessments and/or tasks accordingly. In case of absence, accident, or sickness we will immediately notify the learner’s educational establishment. The learner will have access to welfare and other staff facilities including first aid.