Pilot Programs. The Employer may develop voluntary pilot programs to test the acceptability of various risk management programs. Incentives for participation in such programs may include limited short-term improvements to the benefits outlined in this Article. Implementation of such pilot programs is subject to the review and approval of the Joint Labor-Management Committee on Health Plans.
Pilot Programs. The District shall have the right to experiment with pilot programs designed to provide efficiencies in custodial work, including work team configurations. Employees involved in pilot programs will be treated equitably under the terms of the contract and will not be expected to work out of scope. Where the conditions of the pilot program are not covered in the bargaining agreement, the District and the Union will meet and confer concerning such matters. Should the District determine that a pilot program is to be implemented on a regular basis during the term of this contract, the District and the Union will negotiate necessary and appropriate matters related to the adoption of a pilot program as a regular program. In the event of a failure to reach agreement, the conditions of the contract will prevail.
Pilot Programs. (a) Recycle BC may wish to test or implement one or more new services or developments in PPP material segregation, processing, or collection technology. Recycle BC will notify Contractor in writing at least 90 days prior of its intention to implement a pilot program or of its intentions to utilize a new technology system in the Service Area. The allocation of any costs (or savings) accrued by Recycle BC-initiated pilot programs will be negotiated prior to implementation pursuant to the change process in Section 2.2 of the Agreement. If Recycle XX xxxxx the pilot a success, and desires to incorporate the service or development represented in the pilot program into this Statement of Work, such a change will be made pursuant to the change process in Section 2.2 of the Agreement.
Pilot Programs. Pilot programs and innovative services may entail new 1389 collection methods and use of new or alternative Solid Waste processing and disposal 1390 technologies are included among the types of changes which TOWN may direct. Any 1391 changes under this Section 5.11 shall be treated as TOWN-directed changes under Section 1392 24.09. 1393 5.11 Failure to Meet Minimum Requirements. CONTRACTOR’S failure to meet the 1394 minimum diversion requirements set forth in Article 5 may result in or all of the following: (a) 1395 the imposition of liquidated damages, (b) implementation of new programs by 1396 CONTRACTOR without additional compensation, (c) denial of increases to Service 1397 Recipient Rates, and (d) termination of this Agreement. In determining whether or not to 1398 terminate the Agreement, the TOWN will consider the good faith efforts put forth by 1399 CONTRACTOR to meet the minimum diversion requirements. This consideration will include 1400 the methods and level of effort of CONTRACTOR to fully implement the public education 1401 and diversion plans attached to and included in this Agreement as provided in Exhibit 8 and 1402 Exhibit 9, respectively. 1403 ARTICLE 6. Service Units 1404 6.01 Service Units. Service Units shall include all the following categories of which 1405 are in the Service Area as of October 1, 2017, and all such Service Area which may be 1406 added to the Service Area by means of annexation, new construction, or as otherwise set 1407 forth in this Agreement during term of this Agreement: 1408 6.01.1 SFD Service Units 1409 6.01.2 MFD Service Units 1410 6.01.3 Commercial Service Units 1411 6.01.4 Town Service Units 1412 6.01.4.1Any question as to whether a Service Area falls within one of these 1413 categories shall be determined by the Town Representative and the determination of the 1414 Town Representative shall be final. 1415 6.02 Service Unit Changes. The TOWN and CONTRACTOR acknowledge that 1416 during the term of this Agreement it may be necessary or desirable to add or delete Service 1417 Units for which CONTRACTOR will provide Collection Services. 1418 6.02.1 Additions and Deletions. CONTRACTOR shall provide services 1419 described in this Agreement to new Service Units within five (5) Work Days of receipt of 1420 notice from the TOWN or new Service Unit to begin such service.
Pilot Programs. C401 Pilot Programs Pilot Programs may not be Broadcast to the public generally but may be heard by prospective sponsors and/or a studio/non-broadcast audience for evaluation purposes only. Each Performer on such pilot shall be paid one-half (½) the program rate applicable to the Performer’s category. Included rehearsal shall be the full number of hours included in the program minimum fee, and extra rehearsal required shall be paid at the full extra rehearsal rate. However, any such Pilot Program subsequently Broadcast will be adjusted to not less than the applicable fee.
Pilot Programs. Pilot Programs initiated on behalf of the Board shall not be implemented unless the consent of the majority of the teachers to be involved therein is obtained. Where a Pilot Program requires conferences or meetings beyond the contractual school day, members shall be paid at the summer school hourly rate.
Pilot Programs. The District may elect to establish pilot programs (e.g. breakfast programs) which increase the employee’s work hours for a period of up to one (1) calendar year. Benefit eligibility will be in accordance with Article 7.01.
Pilot Programs. At the request of the DEPARTMENT, the CONTRACTOR shall enter into a pilot or limited-term trial. See Section 215C. 135C Recovery of Overpayments The CONTRACTOR shall have procedures to recover or collect overpayments made under this AGREEMENT, including those payments made for an ineligible person. 135D Subrogation and Other Payers The CONTRACTOR shall correspond with PARTICIPANTS to obtain any required additional information and to determine whether other coverage for the claim exists under subrogation rights or other payers such as worker’s compensation, insurance contracts, or government-sponsored benefit programs. 135E Amounts Owed by Contractor Funds owed to the BOARD must be paid within thirty (30) calendar DAYS from notification of penalties or monies owed. The CONTRACTOR has thirty (30) calendar DAYS to document any dispute of amounts owed. After thirty (30) DAYS, the DEPARTMENT may collect owed funds by deducting the amounts from the payments made to the CONTRACTOR, and the CONTRACTOR may be subject to further penalties. 135F Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) The CONTRACTOR shall support an ACH mechanism that allows for the DEPARTMENT to submit premium payments.
Pilot Programs. 29-1 The District and the Association recognize that pilot programs may contribute significantly to the enhancement of educational opportunities, performance and techniques within the District, and encourage the responsible implementation of pilot programs. All pilot programs involving teachers shall involve JCEA from their inception, with all parties in agreement prior to implementation. Pilot programs instituted in the regular curriculum shall be implemented as approved, including materials, physical facilities, lay personnel and licensed personnel.
Pilot Programs. 36 13.03.1 CITY may request CONTRACTOR to conduct pilot test programs 37 that temporarily change the collection method, the type of service, or the service schedule 38 for a portion of the Service Units in CONTRACTOR’s Service District(s). A pilot test 1 program shall be limited to no more than ten percent (10%) of the Service Units in the 2 Service District(s) and to a term of no more than eighteen (18) months unless otherwise 3 specifically agreed by CONTRACTOR and CITY’s Director of Environmental Services.