Principles Sample Clauses

Principles. 1.1.0 The Trust will be governed by the employee representatives and the employer representatives, together with the Crown;
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Principles. 1.1.0 The Trust will be governed by trustees appointed by the ETFO and trustees appointed by OPSBA and the Crown acting together;
Principles. 1.1 The Trust will be governed by trustees appointed by the OECTA (“the employee trustees”) and trustees appointed by OCSTA and the Crown acting together (“the employer trustees”);
Principles. 21.1.1 Supervisors are expected to ensure all employees understand what is expected of them, encourage ambitious goal setting, stress accountability for results, and tolerate honest mistakes but not poor performance.
Principles a) The Company recognizes the principles of seniority in their application to the promotion, demotion, transfer, lay-off and recall and permanent movement from day to shift positions of an employee, providing the employee has the qualifications and ability to perform the work. In cases of permanent job transfers, it is not the company's intent to give a junior employee preference over a senior employee on the basis that they have acquired experience by providing relief. If an employee is moved out of a line of progression for any reason, the employer will not require retesting of the employee for them to return to that specific line of progression. No employee will be removed from the mill as the result of unilateral testing by the employer.
Principles. 1. This Agreement is based on the Fundamental Principles as well as the Essential and Fundamental Elements of the Cotonou Agreement, as set out in Articles 2 and 9, respectively, of the Cotonou Agreement. This Agreement shall build on the provisions of the Cotonou Agreement and the previous ACP-EC Partnership Agreements in the area of regional cooperation and integration as well as economic and trade cooperation.
Principles. The objectives of this Schedule 1 Part 3 are to:
Principles. 1. Members may, in formulating or amending their laws and regulations, adopt measures necessary to protect public health and nutrition, and to promote the public interest in sectors of vital importance to their socio-economic and technological development, provided that such measures are consistent with the provisions of this Agreement.
Principles. The following principles apply to the relationship between the Company and the Union and the work performed by Union members.
Principles. The Parties recognise the importance of free and undistorted competition in their trade relations. The Parties acknowledge that anti-competitive business practices have the potential to distort the proper functioning of markets and generally undermine the benefits of trade liberalization. They therefore agree that the following practices restricting competition are incompatible with the proper functioning of this Agreement, in so far as they may affect trade between the Parties: