Scope and Purpose Sample Clauses

Scope and Purpose. 1.01 This document is intended to set out general guidelines and principles regarding child welfare sector integrations during the term of this agreement which are mandated by the Ministry and for which local Human Resources Adjustment Plans (HRAP) are required to be negotiated. Subject to the following terms, these principles will serve as the framework for the treatment of bargaining unit employees and will apply to subsequent negotiations with unions, as may be required, as part of an integration arising within the context of the Ontario Labour Relations Act (OLRA) or PSLRTA, whichever is applicable. 1.02 Employees who may be impacted by an integration are valued and are to be treated fairly and respectfully. The parties agree that they will make reasonable efforts to reduce any negative affect on employees as a result of an integration in accordance with the following.
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Scope and Purpose. The leave sharing program will allow employees to donate unused Personal Time Off (PTO) leave to co-workers who are seriously ill or have family members who are ill, and have exhausted their own leave. This leave-sharing program operating on a case-by-case donation basis encourages employees with unneeded leave to donate leave to employees coping with personal tragedy.
Scope and Purpose. Merchant engages in the sale of fitness equipment and other products. Pursuant to that certain Merchant Agreement dated February 4, 1997 ("Existing Merchant Agreement"), Household and Merchant had agreed that Household would make financing available to customers of Merchant purchasing Goods from Merchant. Merchant has requested Household to continue to make financing available to consumers purchasing Goods from Merchant and Merchant has agreed to execute this Agreement in order to continue the Program and secure its benefit for Merchant. Household and Merchant agree that this Agreement shall supersede and replace the Existing Merchant Agreement. Household, a credit card bank in the business of providing revolving credit financing pursuant to a credit card, has agreed to continue to provide financing under the Program to individual qualified consumers purchasing Merchant's Goods pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.
Scope and Purpose. This Agreement provides for Customer-Generator to interconnect and operate a Generating Facility in parallel with PG&E’s Distribution System to serve the electrical loads connected to the electric service agreement ID number that PG&E uses to interconnect Customer- Generator’s Generating Facility. Customer-Generator’s Generating Facility is intended primarily to offset part or all of the Customer-Generator’s own electrical requirements. Consistent with, and in order to effectuate, the provisions of Sections 2827, 2827.7 and 2827.8 of the California Public Utilities Code and PG&E’s electric rate Schedule NEM (NEM), Parties enter into this Agreement. This Agreement applies to the Customer-Generator’s Generating Facilities identified below with the specified characteristics and generating capacity, and does not allow interconnection or operation of facilities different than those described.
Scope and Purpose. Merchants engage in the sale of home furnishings and other related products and related services ("Goods"), and Merchants desire to make financing available to consumers purchasing Goods from Merchants. Household, a credit card bank in the business of providing revolving credit financing pursuant to a credit card, has agreed to provide such financing under the program to individual qualified consumers purchasing Merchants' Goods pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.
Scope and Purpose. This policy applies to all employees and any other member of staff of the University, including any temporary or agency staff or unpaid members of staff and voluntary workers. It also applies to staff in subsidiary companies. The policy applies to all activities of the University, whether related to its research, teaching, commercial or other activities, and exists for the protection of members of staff and the University. The University will expect any person or organisation performing services for it or on its behalf, to adhere to this policy or otherwise have equivalent procedures in place to prevent corruption. These third parties include agents and others who represent the University and suppliers, consultants and private sector partners who perform services for the University or on its behalf, wherever located in the world. The policy sets out the University’s approach to dealing with the relevant legislation, which can apply as follows: Nature of OffenceScopePaying bribesMembers of staff and the UniversityReceiving bribesMembers of staff and the University Bribery of a foreign public officialMembers of staff and the UniversityFailure of a commercial organisation to prevent briberyThe University and its subsidiary companies The policy also covers issues related to the following of other policies and Codes of the University, where reference should be made for guidance on procedures: Disciplinary Policy Policy on Conflict of Interest Code of Practice on Reporting Malpractice and Raising Concerns under the Public Interest Disclosure Legislation (‘Whistleblowing’)Code of Practice for Staff on the Receipt of Gifts, Hospitality and Other Benefits Procurement Policy (Scottish Procurement Policy Handbook) Disciplinary Policy Policy on Conflict of interest Code of Practice on Reporting Malpractice and Raising Concerns under the Public Interest Disclosure Legislation (‘Whistleblowing’) Code of Practice for Staff on the Receipt of Gifts, Hospitality and Other Benefits Procurement Policy (Scottish Procurement Policy Handbook) A summary of the UK Bribery Act Legislation, as well as relevant definitions of the terms in the policy can be found at Appendix A. Further guidance on the application of this policy can be found at Appendix B.
Scope and Purpose. It is the intent of the SFA to contract with an interested party or parties for the purchase of Groceries and Supplies for the students of Union County Public Schools that fall within Federal regulations and State statutes that will be provided at an economical price for the SFA. The section titles contained in this General Terms and Conditions document are for convenience and reference only, and in no way define, describe, extend, or limit the scope or intent of the provisions of any section of this document. Unless otherwise stated, any listing of factors or criteria in this document does nol constitute an order of preference or importance. The term "Contract," as used in this document, means the comprehensive collection of: