Performed by Sample Clauses

Performed by. A. It is the responsibility of all employees to be aware of Main Line Health’s position on conduct that may be construed to be sexual harassment and to refrain from such conduct.
Performed by. The screen should be performed at a Child Advocacy Center (CAC). The exam may be performed by a provider designated by the PIHP to have sufficient training/expertise to perform the out-of- home care health screen consistent with the required clinical standards and required hours of operation.
Performed by. Supply Chain Manager I.T. Manager Contract Administrators Administrative Assistant Controller Divisional Finance Officer Assembly Department Shipping Personnel Shipping Coordinator Traffic Manager Accounting Department Cost Accountant General Accounting Supervisor Receiving Clerk Production Manager Director of Quality Supporting documentation for controls: New account form New credit application form Purchase orders Invoices Bill of lading/packing slip Customer master file Return material authorization (RMA) Event condition actions (ECA) Price quote sheet Quote activity report Pricing change system report Cash management system report Cash journal Billing adjustment form Credit memo Discrepancy report Application/SAS 70: M2K Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word NORRIS CYLINDER COMPANY TriMas Corporation Sarbanes Oxley 404 Documentation Cycle: Revenue Business Unit: Norris Cylinder Last Revision Date : 5/10/08 Responsible Individual: Controller GENERAL INFORMATION The Revenue Cycle consists of the processes to establish customer; order entry; picking of the order; shipment; billing; and cash application. The functions involved in the Revenue Cycle include Customer Service, Credit and Collections, Sales, Shipping, and Accounts Receivable. The systems utilized in this process are ABW (Norris Cylinder’s Financial System and General Ledger) and Global Payments. SYSTEM SECURITY System access is restricted based on Role Based Security implemented in ABW (REV01). The ABW system is fully integrated between the Order Entry, Sales, Credit and Collections, Accounts Receivable, Cash and General Ledger modules.
Performed by. Lab: analyses will be performed by the independent laboratory; - Insp: test will be performed by the inspection company; -Insp & lab: means a field test will be performed by the inspection company, the final value will be analyzed by the laboratory

Related to Performed by

  • Services to be performed by Contractor In consideration of the payments set forth herein and in Exhibit “B,” Contractor shall perform services for County in accordance with the terms, conditions and specifications set forth herein and in Exhibit “A.”

  • SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED BY CONSULTANT A. Consultant hereby agrees to render to City, as an independent contractor, certain professional, technical and expert services of a temporary and occasional character as set forth in Exhibit A (“Scope of Work”).

  • Labor-Management Cooperation When an Appointing Authority initiates a planning process or management study which is anticipated to result in layoff, the Appointing Authority will meet and confer with the Local Union during the decision planning phase and again during the implementation planning phase. The Appointing Authority and the Local Union shall enter into negotiations regarding a Memoranda of Understanding upon request of either party to modify this Agreement regarding the implementation plans which shall include, but are not limited to, the following: • Length of layoff notice; • Job and retraining opportunities; • Alternative placement methods; • Early retirement options pursuant to M.S. 43A.24, Subd. 2(i); • Bumping/vacancy options for part-time employees to preserve their insurance eligibility or contribution; and • Other methods of mitigating layoff or their effect on employees.

  • Labor cooperation The Parties shall enhance their communication and cooperation on labor, social security and environment issues through Memorandum of Understanding on Labor Cooperation between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of Peru.

  • Labor Management Relations Section 9.1 Representatives of the Union, not to exceed five (5) in number including at least one (1) representative of each shift, and representatives of the Employer, shall meet at least quarterly at mutually agreed upon times for up to two (2) hours to discuss matters of mutual concern relating to the interpretation, application, or administration of this Agreement and existing work rules which affect the members of the bargaining unit. Each party shall prepare and submit an agenda to the other party one (1) week prior to the scheduled meeting.

  • Where a Contracting Party expropriates the assets of a company which is incorporated or constituted under the law in force in any part of its own territory, and in which investors of the other Contracting Party own shares, it shall ensure that the provisions of this Article are applied so as to guarantee prompt, adequate and effective compensation in respect of their investment to such investors of the other Contracting Party who are owners of those shares.

  • Professional Development Leave 20.01 The College recognizes that it is in the interests of employees, students and the College that employees are given the opportunity by the College to pursue College-approved professional development activities outside the College through further academic or technical studies or in industry where such activities will enhance the ability of the employee upon return to the College to fulfill professional responsibilities.

  • Independent Contractor Relationship Consultant and the Company are independent contractors and nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to place them in the relationship of partners, principal and agent, employer/employee or joint ventures. Neither party shall have the power or right to bind or obligate the other party, nor shall it hold itself out as having such authority.

  • Labor Management The parties mutually agree to discuss the creation and implementation of a substitute list for Education Support Professionals.

  • Labor Harmony The parties acknowledge that it is of the utmost importance to City, Tenant, and all those occupying or to occupy space in the Domestic and International Terminals that there be no interruption in the progress of the construction work. Accordingly, City and Tenant agree as follows: