Staffing Needs Sample Clauses

Staffing Needs. The parties recognize that Service staffing needs on holidays are the same or greater than normal workday for some operations. However, where a holiday falls on a scheduled workday of an employee, every effort should be made to excuse the employee on the holiday consistent with the needs of the Service.
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Staffing Needs. This MOU sets forth a process agreed-upon between the AUTHORITY and the STATE WATER BOARD to ensure that the requirements of the AUTHORITY’s environmental documents and applications for proposed discharges of dredged and fill material are efficiently met and that reduces the expected processing time by the STATE WATER BOARD for any required submittals or other documentation. All deliverables and timelines detailed below are contingent upon the successful programming of sufficient STATE WATER BOARD staff, which shall take between one
Staffing Needs. The Cooperative Governing Board shall determine how to best meet any staffing needs of the Cooperative (including whether by coordinating the contribution of services by one or more of the Parties, hiring full or part time employees, retaining consultants or independent contractors, engaging the services of another public or private entity, utilizing other means identified by the Cooperative Governing Board, or through any combination of the above), as those needs may evolve over time. The Cooperative Governing Board will meet and confer in good faith within sixty (60) days following the Contract Date to cooperatively develop and establish an initial staffing plan for the Cooperative.
Staffing Needs. 1. Both parties understand that operationally, the staffing needs for the department fluctuates which requires a certain degree of flexibility.
Staffing Needs. MF acknowledges and understands that RS requires a -------------- reasonable level of MF MARS System help desk staffing (sufficient to meet then current needs, but not greater than as of the Effective Date) to assist RS in performing the Services through a transition period extending from the Effective Date through September 30, 2001 (the "Transition Period"), and MF agrees to offer its help desk personnel retention packages, stay bonuses, and other financial incentives ("Compensation") to encourage such personnel to provide the Services during the Transition Period. If MF terminates any such personnel during the Transition Period, unless such personnel are not required to meet then current needs or the Parties agree otherwise, MF shall use commercially reasonable efforts to replace such personnel promptly with qualified personnel for the duration of the Transition Period. MF, and not RS, shall have and assume any liability to such personnel for Compensation payable by MF to such personnel, notwithstanding that one or more of the help desk personnel may become employees of RS during the Transition Period.
Staffing Needs. 6.1.3.Documentation Requirements to Support Program Milestones 6.1.4.
Staffing Needs. ‌‌‌ All deliverables and timelines detailed below are contingent upon the successful hiring of sufficient Water Board staff, which will take at minimum one (1) to four (4) months from execution of the IA.
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Related to Staffing Needs

  • Staffing Consultant will designate in writing to Authority its representative, and the manner in which it will provide staff support for the project, which must be approved by Authority. Consultant must notify Authority’s Contract Representative of any change in personnel assigned to perform work under this Contract, and the Authority’s Contract Representative has the right to reject the person or persons assigned to fill the position or positions. The Authority’s Contract Representative shall also have the right to require the removal of the Consultant’s previously assigned personnel, including Consultant’s representative, provided sufficient cause for such removal exists. The criteria for requesting removal of an individual will be based on, but not limited to, the following: technical incompetence, inability to meet the position’s qualifications, failure to perform, poor attendance, ethics violation, unsafe work habits, or damage to Authority or other property. Upon notice for removal, Consultant shall replace such personnel with personnel substantially equal in ability and qualifications for the positions and shall submit the proposed replacement personnel qualification and abilities to the Authority, in writing, for approval.

  • Description of Consulting Services Consultant shall perform the following services pursuant to the terms of this Agreement:

  • Transitional Nature of Services; Changes The Parties acknowledge the transitional nature of the Services and agree that notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, each Service Provider may make changes from time-to-time in the manner of performing the Services if such Service Provider is making similar changes in performing similar services for itself and/or its Affiliates; provided that Service Provider must provide Service Recipient with at least thirty (30) days prior written notice of such changes.

  • Maintenance of Company Separateness The Borrower will, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to, satisfy customary Company formalities, including the holding of regular board of directors’ and shareholders’ meetings or action by directors or shareholders without a meeting and the maintenance of Company records. Neither the Borrower nor any other Credit Party shall make any payment to a creditor of any Non-Guarantor Subsidiary in respect of any liability of any Non-Guarantor Subsidiary, and no bank account of any Non-Guarantor Subsidiary shall be commingled with any bank account of the Borrower or any other Credit Party. Any financial statements distributed to any creditors of any Non-Guarantor Subsidiary shall clearly establish or indicate the corporate separateness of such Non-Guarantor Subsidiary from the Borrower and its other Subsidiaries. Finally, neither the Borrower nor any of its Subsidiaries shall take any action, or conduct its affairs in a manner, which is likely to result in the Company existence of the Borrower, any Subsidiary Guarantor or any Non-Guarantor Subsidiaries being ignored, or in the assets and liabilities of the Borrower or any other Credit Party being substantively consolidated with those of any other such Person or any Non-Guarantor Subsidiary in a bankruptcy, reorganization or other insolvency proceeding.

  • Executive Office; Maintenance of Offices The Seller shall give Ally Auto written notice within ten (10) days of any relocation of its principal executive office if, as a result of such relocation, the applicable provisions of the UCC would require the filing of any amendment of any previously filed financing or continuation statement or of any new financing statement. The Seller shall at all times maintain each office from which it originates Receivables and its principal executive office within the United States of America.

  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Bank shall maintain and update from time to time business continuation and disaster recovery procedures with respect to its global custody business, which are designed, in the event of a significant business disruption affecting Bank, to be sufficient to enable Bank to resume and continue to perform its duties and obligations under this Agreement without undue delay or disruption. Bank shall test the operability of such procedures at least annually. Bank shall enter into and shall maintain in effect at all times during the term of this Agreement reasonable provision for (i) periodic back-up of the computer files and data with respect to Customer and (ii) use of alternative electronic data processing equipment to provide services under this Agreement. Upon reasonable request, Bank shall discuss with Customer any business continuation and disaster recovery procedures of Bank. Bank represents that its business continuation and disaster recovery procedures are appropriate for its business as a global custodian to investment companies registered under the 1940 Act.

  • Health Care The Company will reimburse the Executive for the cost of maintaining continuing health coverage under COBRA for a period of no more than 12 months following the date of termination, less the amount the Executive is expected to pay as a regular employee premium for such coverage. Such reimbursements will cease if the Executive becomes eligible for similar coverage under another benefit plan.

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