Staff Sample Clauses

Staff. A. Concessionaire shall engage a sufficient number of reliable, competent, and qualified staff of legal age to operate the Concession within the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If Department determines that Concessionaire has not provided a sufficient number of reliable, competent, and qualified staff of legal age for the operation of the Concession, Concessionaire shall, immediately upon receipt of email or written notification from Department, correct the staffing deficiencies described in said notice. If the deficiencies described in said notice are not corrected by Concessionaire immediately upon receipt of email or written notification, Department reserves the right to do the following: (1) suspend the Concession Operation, pending correction of the deficiencies, in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in Paragraph 9; (2) obtain the service of reliable, competent, and qualified staff of legal age to operate the Concession for Concessionaire for the remainder of the then current Period of Operation; or (3) terminate this Agreement in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in Paragraph 10. Concessionaire shall compensate any staff obtained by Department for the remainder of the then current Period of Operation and shall reimburse Department for all costs incurred by Department in obtaining appropriate staff. Concessionaire shall not be entitled to any payment abatement due to any suspension or other action taken by Department under this Paragraph, and Department shall not be liable to Concessionaire, or any party claiming through Concessionaire, for any claim, liability, or damages resulting from said action by Department.
Staff. The salaries of and all other expenses of the staffs to be employed for the common purposes including their bonus and other emoluments and benefits.
Staff. Contractor’s “Staff” includes Physicians, employees, consultants, owners, officers, directors, subcontractors (and subcontractors staff), subsidiaries, affiliates, partners and agents of the Contractor. The Contractor certifies that Staff provided to perform Services possesses the necessary integrity and professional capacity to meet OSC’s reasonable expectations. Subsequent to the commencement of Services, whenever the Contractor becomes aware, or reasonably should have become aware, that any Staff member(s) providing Services to OSC no longer possesses the necessary integrity or professional capacity, the Contractor shall immediately discontinue the use of such Staff and notify OSC. OSC reserves the right to approve or disapprove any proposed changes in Staff. OSC has final approval of any Staff furnished to provide Services and may refuse to approve any Staff member(s) based on its review of the Staff member’s responsibility to perform the required Services. OSC reserves the right to bar anyone from access to OSC’s premises and/or access to OSC’s information resources. The Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act, as amended (8 USC § 1324a et al.), obligates employers, such as the Contractor and its subcontractors, if any, to verify that their employees are legally entitled to work in the United States. In order to confirm that the employees are legally entitled to work in the United States, OSC reserves the right to request documentation attesting to the legal entitlement to work in the United States of any Contractor or subcontractor employee assigned work under the Agreement. OSC does not provide sponsorship. The Contractor warrants to OSC that the employees assigned to OSC are eligible for employment in the United States. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that the employees retain the authorization to legally work in the United States throughout the term of the Agreement. OSC does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of national origin or citizenship.
Staff. 23.1 Each party agrees not to approach employees or subcontractors of the other in order to entice them to join the other in a role that relates directly to the provision of the Services whether as an employee or in any other capacity, during the term of this Agreement or for a period of six months after its termination. If either party breaches the terms of this clause 23.1 the party in breach agrees, by way of liquidated damages and not a penalty, to pay the other a sum equal to the annual salary or otherwise of the employee or subcontractor concerned except where that employee has responded to a bona fide advertisement or other offer published or made to the general public.