Procedures to be Followed Sample Clauses

Procedures to be Followed. 11.8.1 An important part of each performance evaluation is the establishment of job targets (goals and objectives) for the coming evaluation period. Monitoring or "feedback" systems, if any, are to be discussed at this time.
Procedures to be Followed. 10.3.1 Performance evaluation reports shall be made on prescribed forms and shall be prepared by the unit member's immediate supervisor. The form shall be reviewed by the next higher level supervisor. Evaluation of unit members shall be based on consistent observation and review by the evaluator. The immediate supervisor will insure that each unit member is informed verbally initially and then, in writing, of any request to perform job duties that are not expressly required to be performed in the job description applicable to that employee on an ongoing basis. No performance evaluation shall be based upon hearsay statements unless the evaluator has conducted an investigation and has substantiated the statements. Such hearsay statements shall be in writing, dated and signed by the informant. This information shall become a part off the unit member’s official personnel file.
Procedures to be Followed. Approval of the request shall be dependent upon compliance with the following:
Procedures to be Followed. Performance reports shall be made on forms prescribed by the District. Evaluations should be preceded by observation. Evaluations should be based upon observation and direct knowledge, and not upon unsubstantiated charges or rumors. No evaluation shall be based upon derogatory written materials where the unit member has not previously been given notice and opportunity to review and comment on, and have such comments attached to the material.
Procedures to be Followed. BY HOLDERS ELECTING TO SURRENDER NOTES FOR REPURCHASE. In order to receive the Fundamental Change Repurchase Price for their Notes, Holders must deliver the Fundamental Change Repurchase Exercise Notice to the Paying Agent prior to the Fundamental Change Expiration Time and deliver the Notes described in the Fundamental Change Repurchase Exercise Notice to the Paying Agent through book-entry transfer of such Notes in compliance with the procedures of DTC on or after delivery of the Fundamental Change Repurchase Exercise Notice. In addition, each Holder must deliver a duly completed and executed Beneficial Owner Information Form (which must be in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A) and FIRPTA Affidavit (which must be in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit B) directly to the Paying Agent prior to the Fundamental Change Expiration Time. The Beneficial Owner Information Form and FIRPTA Affidavit must be delivered to the Paying Agent by electronic mail to Mark Zimkind at mzimkind@continentalstock.com. Holders may surrender some or all of their Notes; however, any Notes surrendered must be in a principal amount of $1,000 or an integral multiple of $1,000. If Holders do not validly surrender their Notes before the Fundamental Change Expiration Time, those Notes will remain outstanding subject to the existing terms of the Indenture and the Notes.
Procedures to be Followed. 11.8.5 Each evaluation shall reflect the judgment and review of the evaluator. The evaluator may seek input from other employees who have a direct working relationship with the employee to be evaluated. Any category evaluated as “Needs Improvement” or “Unsatisfactory” shall include written recommendations for correction unless the District intends to commence dismissal proceedings. 11.9
Procedures to be Followed. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Employee shall not be deemed to have been terminated for Cause without: (i) reasonable notice to the Employee setting forth the reasons for the Bank's intention to terminate for Cause; (ii) an opportunity for the Employee to be heard before the Board of Directors of the Bank; and (iii) delivery to the Employee of a Notice of Termination as provided for in Section 12 hereof from the Board of Directors of the Bank finding that in the opinion of the Board of Directors of the Bank, the Employee was guilty of conduct set forth above in the preceding sentence, and specifying the particulars thereof in detail.