Outside Employment Sample Clauses

Outside Employment. Executive will devote Executive’s full time and attention to the performance of the duties incident to Executive’s position with the Company, and will not have any other employment with any other enterprise or substantial responsibility for any enterprise which would be inconsistent with Executive’s duty to devote Executive’s full time and attention to Company matters; provided, however, that the foregoing will not prevent Executive from participation in any charitable or civic organization or, subject to CEO consent, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld, from service in a non-executive capacity on the boards of directors of up to two other companies that does not interfere with Executive’s performance of the duties and responsibilities to be performed by Executive under this Agreement.
Outside Employment. While part-time outside or supplemental employment is discouraged, employees may engage in outside or supplemental employment in accordance with the following limitations. In no case shall outside or supplemental employment conflict with or impair the employee's responsibilities to the Department. Any employee desiring to participate in outside or supplemental employment must notify the Sheriff in writing prior to engaging in the outside or supplemental employment. Employees engaging in outside or supplemental employment shall not wear his/her uniform or carry a firearm while on the outside or supplemental employment, except with the express permission of the Sheriff.
Outside Employment. Employees may engage in other employment outside of their MCC System working hours so long as the outside employment does not involve a conflict of interest with their MCC System employment. Whenever it appears that any such outside employment might constitute a conflict of interest, the employee is expected to consult with the System President or his/her designee prior to engaging in such outside employment. Employees of MCC/System Office where there are established procedures concerning outside employment for the purpose of insuring compliance with specific statutory restrictions on outside employment are expected to comply with such procedures.
Outside Employment. Employee shall devote his full time and attention to the performance of the duties incident to his position with the Company, and shall not have any other employment with any other enterprise or substantial responsibility for any enterprise which would be inconsistent with Employee’s duty to devote his full time and attention to Company matters without the prior consent of the Board of Directors.
Outside Employment. Employees may engage in other employment outside of their School working hours so long as the outside employment does not interfere with their work and/or involve a conflict of interest with their School employment. Whenever it appears that any such outside employment might constitute a conflict of interest, the employee is expected to consult with the Executive Director prior to engaging in such outside employment.
Outside Employment. An employee may engage in outside employment which does not interfere with the employee's performance of the employment covered by this contract or which does not involve use of the employer's property, facilities, authority or name.
Outside Employment. Although not prohibited, outside employment is not encouraged and must not interfere with Program activities or Hospital services. Outside employment is subject to and governed by the Program’s Moonlighting Policy. If any outside employment is considered, it must be arranged, approved, and performed in strict accordance with the Moonlighting Policy.
Outside Employment. No employee of the City shall accept outside employment that is adverse to or in conflict with his municipal employment. In the event said employee shall be injured while engaged in outside employment, he shall not be entitled to any sick leave benefits which have been accumulated by virtue of his employment by the City.
Outside Employment. It is the general policy of the District to discourage employees of the District from accepting employment from any other party. It is recognized by the District that in certain circumstances outside employment may not conflict with any interest of the District. Those employees wishing to work outside jobs or to hold employment with other parties while employed by the District will submit written requests for approval to the General Manager and request the District’s approval prior to performing such work. No outside work shall be performed by a District employee without prior written approval of the General Manager.