Past Practices Sample Clauses

Past Practices. Any and all agreements, written and verbal, previously entered into between the parties hereto are mutually canceled and superseded by this Agreement. Unless specifically provided herein to the contrary, past practices shall not be binding on the Employer. The Employer agrees that it will not make any changes in past practices that would have the effect of discriminating solely against members of the bargaining unit. The Employer will communicate any changes in past practices to the nursing staff in advance of the change.
Past Practices. Any and all agreements, written and verbal, previously entered into by the parties hereto are in all things mutually cancelled and superseded by this Agreement. Unless specifically provided herein to the contrary, past practices shall not be binding on the Employer.
Past Practices. There are no understandings or agreements or past practices which are binding on either the Employer or the Union other than the written agreements enumerated or referred to in this Agreement. No further agreement shall be binding on either the Employer or the Union until it has been put in writing and signed by both the Employer and the Union as either an amendment to this Agreement or a letter of understanding by both parties.
Past Practices. The District is not bound by any past practices of the District or understandings with any employee unless such past practices or understandings are specifically stated in this agreement.
Past Practices. If the Employer desires to change a past practice, it shall provide the Union with written notice and opportunity to discuss the proposed change. The notice and opportunity to discuss shall not impede or affect the Employer's right to change past practice. The Union may grieve the reasonableness of the change to past practice, but the final step of the grievance procedure (binding arbitration) shall be advisory only and not binding on the parties.
Past Practices. Any and all agreements, written and verbal, previously entered into by the Union and the Employer are canceled and superseded by this Agreement. Unless specifically provided herein to the contrary, past practices shall not be binding on the Union or the Employer. Well established practices which affect the terms and conditions of employment of the bargaining unit, and which do not vary between individual departments or units, shall not be unilaterally reduced or discontinued by the Employer without first bargaining with the Union. For purposes of this paragraph, “well established” means that the practice is unequivocal and readily ascertainable as an established practice accepted by both the Union and the Employer over a reasonable period of time.