RECOGNITION Sample Clauses

RECOGNITION. 1. For the purposes of the fulfillment, in whole or in part, of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, and subject to the requirements of paragraph 3, a Party may recognize the education or experience obtained, requirements met, or licences or certifications granted in the other Party or a non-Party. Such recognition, which may be achieved through harmonization or otherwise, may be based upon an agreement or arrangement with the other Party or a non-Party concerned or may be accorded autonomously. 2. A Party that is a party to an agreement or arrangement of the type referred to in paragraph 1, whether existing or future, shall afford adequate opportunity for the other Party, if the other Party is interested, to negotiate its accession to such an agreement or arrangement or to negotiate comparable ones with it. Where a Party accords recognition autonomously, it shall afford adequate opportunity for the other Party to demonstrate that education, experience, licences or certifications obtained or requirements met in that other Party's territory should be recognized. 3. A Party shall not accord recognition in a manner which would constitute a means of discrimination between countries in the application of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, or a disguised restriction on trade in services. 4. Each Party should encourage the relevant bodies in its respective territory to conduct future negotiations for developing mutually acceptable standards and criteria for licensing, temporary licensing and certification of professional services suppliers.
RECOGNITION. A. Pursuant to and in accordance with all applicable provisions of Act 366 of the Public Acts of 1947, as amended by Act 379 of the Public Acts of 1965, as amended, the Employer does hereby recognize the Police Officers Association of Michigan as the exclusive bargaining representative for all sworn officers below the rank of Sergeant for the purposes of collective bargaining in respect to rates of pay, wages, hours of employment, and other conditions of employment for the term of this Agreement.
RECOGNITION. 1. For the purposes of the fulfilment, in whole or in part, of its standards or criteria for the authorisation, licensing, or certification of service suppliers, and subject to the requirements of paragraph 3, a Party may recognise the education or experience obtained, requirements met, or licences or certifications granted in a particular country. Such recognition, which may be achieved through harmonisation or otherwise, may be based upon an agreement or arrangement with the country concerned or may be accorded autonomously.
RECOGNITION. 1.1 The Council recognizes the Association as the exclusive bargaining agent for all employees of the Council described in the certificate issued by the former Public Service Staff Relations Board on the third day of November 1967, covering supervisory and non-supervisory employees in the Technical Category.
RECOGNITION. A. The Board hereby recognizes the Association as the exclusive bargaining representative, as defined to the extent required by Section II of Act 336, Public Act of 1947, as amended, for all professional personnel, including personnel on tenure, probation, classroom teachers, counselors, librarians, speech therapists, remedial reading teachers, school social workers and school psychologists employed by the Board but excluding supervisory and executive personnel and office and clerical employees. The term “teacher,” when used hereinafter in this Agreement, shall refer to all employees represented by the Association in the bargaining or negotiating unit as above defined. All references to “he” or “she” shall refer to persons of either gender. The term “Superintendent,” when used hereinafter in this Agreement, shall refer to the Superintendent of Hudsonville Public Schools or her/his designee.