Ready. The arbitrator shall schedule a hearing within seven (7) calendar days of her/his appointment. The arbitrator shall hear and determine the dispute and issue a verbal or a written decision within seven (7) calendar days of the conclusion of the hearing. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the parties. Upon receipt of the decision, either party may request written reasons for the decision. The parties agree that the time limits for appeal under the Labour Relations Code of B.C. shall commence with the issuance of written reasons for the decision. The arbitrator shall have the same powers and authority as an Arbitration Board established under the provisions of Article 11 excepting Article 11.04.
Ready. The selection of an Arbitrator shall be by alphabetical order from the panel if available to act. The selection of an Arbitrator for the next arbitration shall commence with the next name in alphabetical sequence. If the parties cannot mutually agree upon an Arbitrator within ten (10) calendar days, the appointment shall be made by the Minister of Skills, Training and Labour of the Province of British Columbia, upon request of either party. The decision of the Arbitrator in respect of an interpretation or alleged violation of this Agreement shall be final and binding upon the parties, but in no event shall the Arbitrator have the power to alter, modify or amend this Agreement in any respect. Each party shall pay the expenses incurred in connection with the presentation and preparation of its own case. The parties shall bear in equal shares the expenses of the Arbitrator. The Arbitrator shall hear and determine the difference or allegation and shall within a maximum of thirty (30) calendar days following the arbitration render his decision.
Ready. This increase will initially be in place through 12/31/2021 with the potential for extension. • Each nursing facility desiring to become COVID-19 Ready must follow and attest to the below Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) COVID-19 Ready requirements. Requested funding: $127,542,358 DDRS Division of Disability and Rehabilitation Services Grant Opportunities: For the period March through December 2020 cost reimbursement grants are being offered to HCBS Residential Providers (including Residential Habilitation and Support, Respite, Participant Care and Assistance, Structured Family Caregiving, Transportation, Wellness Coordination, and Workplace Assistance) and ICF Providers. The purpose of these grants is to provide support for increased expenses related to providing services during the public health emergency to include cost related to PPE, overtime, training, cleaning and additional technology to improve access to services. These providers would be eligible to receive a monthly grant to help cover these costs during this period of time. • Grant payments will be based on 4.2% of the provider’s historical claims (March 2019 – December 2019). The historical claims data will only include those services that require a face-to-face interaction. Case management is an example of service excluded as this can be provided through telemedicine. • How 4.2% was determined: Based on the increased costs that is being seen by these providers this number reflects the COVID FMAP increase provided to states of 6.2% less the 2% available through Federal provider relief programs. This is also consistent with other relief payments provided to similar providers Effective January 1, 2021, DDRS is offering cost reimbursement grants to HCBS Residential Providers (as described above), ICF Providers, and HCBS Day Services Providers (as described above). With the addition of HCBS Day Services Providers. • Grant payments will be based on the providers actual COVID-19 related expenses not covered by other federal relief efforts, up to 4.2% the provider’s historical claims (March 2019 – December 2019). The historical claims data will only include those services that require a face-to-face interaction. Case management is an example of service excluded as this can be provided through telemedicine. • Providers would submit applications for reimbursement of approved COVID-19 related expenses incurred in the first quarter of 2021, up to 4.2% of the provider’s historical claims. The first app...
Ready. 2. Ken Albertini or a substitute agreed to by the parties, shall at the request of either party:
Ready. The condition that exists when the product is not producing output, has reached operating conditions, has not yet entered into any lower-power modes, and can enter Active mode with minimal delay. All product features can be enabled in this mode, and the product must be able to return to Active mode by responding to any potential input options designed into the product. Potential inputs include external electrical stimulus (e.g., network stimulus, fax call, or remote control) and direct physical intervention (e.g., activating a physical switch or button).