Performance Issues Sample Clauses

Performance Issues. The County will hold the Contractor responsible for meeting all of the Contractor’s contractual obligations. If performance issues arise that cannot be resolved between the Contractor and the County's Representative, the matter will be referred to the Procurement Division for appropriate action.
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Performance Issues. In the spirit of good faith and upon request by either Party, the Parties agree to meet once a month during the Term of this Agreement, at mutually agreed upon day and time, to discuss the performance of the Parties under this Agreement. The requesting Party should provide a proposed agenda in advance of the meeting. At each such monthly session the Parties may discuss: (i) the Parties' provisioning of the services and ancillary functions provided under this Agreement; (ii) and any areas in which such performance may be improved;
Performance Issues. Performance issues should be brought to the attention of the employee at the time the supervisor becomes aware of the issue(s) in order to give the employee the opportunity to address the concern with the supervisor in a timely manner.
Performance Issues. In the spirit of good faith and upon request by either Party, the Parties agree to meet once a month during the Term of this Agreement, at mutually agreed upon day and time, to discuss the performance of the Parties under this Agreement. The requesting Party should provide a proposed agenda in advance of the meeting. At each such monthly session the Parties may discuss: (i) the administration and maintenance of the interconnections and trunk groups provisioned under this Agreement; (ii) the Parties' provisioning of the services and ancillary functions provided under this Agreement; (iii) and any areas in which such performance may be improved; (iv) any problems that were encountered during the preceding month or anticipated in the upcoming month;
Performance Issues. There’s a process to help address performance issues before matters get out of hand.
Performance Issues. Performance issues should be brought to the attention of the employee at the time the supervisor becomes aware of the issue(s) in order to give the employee the opportunity to address the concern with the supervisor in a timely manner. The University supports the resolution of performance issues through corrective action and, where appropriate, progressive discipline as described in Article 36. Generally, corrective action is a preferred starting point to resolving performance issues. Supervisors may follow up with written documentation of the performance issue, including any performance improvement plan. Corrective action and performance improvement plans are not considered disciplinary actions.
Performance Issues. Any Probationary employee not notified of performance deficiencies noted during the first one half (1/2) of the probationary period may assume such performance has been acceptable to date. It is understood that such acceptable performance does not presume continued employment for the balance of the probationary period.
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Performance Issues. Nortel Networks may source its requirements for a Product Family from other suppliers, in the event that Flextronics is in breach of the breachable Report Card metrics with respect to the applicable Product, as set out in Section 2.4.5 herein.
Performance Issues. 1.6.1 An employee must not be declared excess as a measure to avoid management of unsatisfactory performance by the employee. Fair process requires that unsatisfactory performance (including misconduct) is managed in accordance with the CPSE Guideline – Management of Unsatisfactory Performance (Including Misconduct).
Performance Issues. First Performance Notice Without prejudice to any other rights the CIB may have under this Agreement, if, as a result of information received, or audit/inspection undertaken or following an Annual Service Review Meeting or otherwise, the CIB is of the opinion that there may be a potential non-compliance with any of its obligations hereunder or herein provided for (“Non-Compliance”), the CIB may give notice in writing to the Company by issuing a First Performance Notice specifying: the reasons why the CIB has a reasonable concern that the Company is in potential Non-Compliance; the respect(s) in which the CIB considers the Company is in potential Non-Compliance; the decision-making process which the CIB will follow in determining whether there is Non-Compliance; such steps as the CIB may deem necessary for the Company to take to address the potential Non-Compliance to the satisfaction of the CIB and the time frame for such remedy; and any steps which the CIB may take or may require the Company to take, whether under Clause 17.3 or otherwise, and the period or other relevant details in respect of same. The Company will have 14 days (or such other shorter or longer period as the CIB may specify) from the date of the First Notification Letter, to make written representations to the CIB in respect thereof and/or to address the matters specified in the First Performance Notice. The CIB shall consider the representations received from the Company and may (in its absolute discretion) meet with the Company to discuss the matter. Following expiry of the period provided for in clause 17.1(b) and having considered the Company’s representations (if any), the CIB shall make a determination as follows: if the CIB determines that the Company is not in Non-Compliance it shall so inform the Company in writing; if the CIB determines that there has been a Non-Compliance but this has been addressed to the CIB’s satisfaction then the CIB shall so inform the Company in writing; or if the CIB determines that the Company is in Non-Compliance and that Non-Compliance has not been addressed to the CIB’s satisfaction, it may issue a Second Performance Notice, in the terms set out in Clause 17.2 below. Second Performance Notice The Second Performance Notice shall specify: the determination of the CIB; the reasons for the CIB’s determination; the steps the CIB requires the Company to take (which may include, without limitation, the Company preparing and implementing a plan of action) to...
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