REVISED CODE Sample Clauses

REVISED CODE. It is understood that matters specifically covered by this Agreement; those laws now in force and effect; and such other laws as may be hereinafter enacted or amended, will be complied with by the University and the Union. In the event of future legislation affecting collective bargaining by public employees or any matter covered by this Agreement, the University will meet within 30 calendar days with the Union representatives to discuss provisions herein within the scope of such legislation. This Agreement shall be considered reopened only as to those subjects which such legislation requires reopening.
REVISED CODE. It is expressly recognized by the Union that any strike by members of the bargaining unit is in violation of Chapter 4117 of the Ohio Revised Code. If a strike or any other interruption of work is engaged in by members of the bargaining unit, said bargaining unit members would be subject to immediate termination. If a grievance is filed by a member of the bargaining unit for his termination for violation of this Article, the sole question to be resolved in the grievance arbitration procedure is whether or not the member engaged in conduct violating this Article. If it is determined that the conduct occurred, the discipline imposed by the City will not be altered. Furthermore, it is recognized that the City has the right to seek an injunction against the strike in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas. It is recognized by the Union that in accordance with Revised Code Section 4117.15(b) that the Union or its members cannot rely upon any alleged unfair labor practice by the City in support of any strike activity.


  • Dress Code CONTRACTOR shall maintain a dress code for their employee’s with a minimum of shirts, pants, and work shoes/boots, in decent condition, at all times while the work is being performed. In the event the COUNTY determines ID badges are necessary, the COUNTY will provide CONTRACTOR with ID badges and CONTRACTOR agrees to enforce that its employees, whether employed by CONTRACTOR or a subcontractor, wear such ID badge while working on site for the Project/Service.

  • Data Protection Act 7.1.1 The Supplier shall (and shall procure that its entire Staff) comply with any notification requirements under the DPA and both Parties will duly observe all their obligations under the DPA which arise in connection with the Contract.

  • Government Code Claim Requirement No suit for money or damages may be brought against the City until a written claim therefor has been presented to and rejected by the City in conformity with the provisions of San Francisco Administrative Code Chapter 10 and California Government Code Section 900, et seq. Nothing set forth in this Agreement shall operate to toll, waive or excuse Contractor’s compliance with the California Government Code Claim requirements set forth in San Francisco Administrative Code Chapter 10 and California Government Code Section 900, et seq.

  • RULES & REGULATIONS Tenant agrees to comply with all rules and regulations of Landlord. Tenant shall not, and shall ensure that guests and licensees of Tenant shall not, disturb, annoy, endanger, or interfere with other tenants of the building or neighbors, or use the Premises for any unlawful purposes, including, but not limited to, using, manufacturing, selling, storing, or transporting illicit drugs or other contraband, or violate any law or ordinance, or commit a waste or nuisance on or about the Premises.

  • Labour Relations Code e. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding.

  • Code Any terms used in this Agreement that are defined in the Code shall be construed and defined as set forth in the Code unless otherwise defined herein; provided, that to the extent that the Code is used to define any term herein and such term is defined differently in different Articles of the Code, the definition of such term contained in Article 9 of the Code shall govern.

  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (a) If the Contactor is a Business Associate under the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), as noted in this Contract, the Contractor must comply with all terms and conditions of this Section of the Contract. If the Contractor is not a Business Associate under HIPAA, this Section of the Contract does not apply to the Contractor for this Contract.

  • Statutes Any reference to a statute refers to such statute and all rules and regulations made under it, as it or they may have been or may from time to time be amended or re-enacted, unless stated otherwise.

  • References to Statutes, Public Acts, Regulations, Codes and Executive Orders All references in this Contract to any statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order shall mean such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order, respectively, as it has been amended, replaced or superseded at any time. Notwithstanding any language in this Contract that relates to such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order, and notwithstanding a lack of a formal amendment to this Contract, this Contract shall always be read and interpreted as if it contained the most current and applicable wording and requirements of such statute, public act, regulation, code or executive order as if their most current language had been used in and requirements incorporated into this Contract at the time of its execution.

  • Privacy Act If performance involves design, development or operation of a system of records on individuals, this Agreement incorporates by reference FAR 52.224-1 Privacy Act Notification (Apr 1984) and FAR 52.224-2 Privacy Act (Apr 1984).