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Strong. A strong rating shall be given when the classified employee’s performance is at a fully proficient level and consistently achieves the requirements, responsibilities and expectations of the job.
Strong. In the event that any part of this contract is recognized as dissatisfied, the dissatisfied party will be regulated so that the applicable law reflects the original intention of the parties and that the other provisions will remain in force. Full Force and Effect 18.
Strong. The annual agreement for each school counselor is thorough and reflects each school counselor’s scope of work. • The percentage of time aligns with the recommended percentage of time for direct/indirect services and program planning/school support. • Each agreement clearly reflects the school counseling program’s vision statement, mission statement and goals. • Each agreement is signed within the first two months of the school year. • The narrative provides a compelling rationale of the school counselor’s use of time in support of the program goals. • The narrative reflects the formal discussion between the school counselor and principal and how the decision to distribute duties among the school counseling staff was made.
Strong. Strong Petroleum Group, Inc. is corporation organized and existing under the laws of Texas, with offices at 0000 Xxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxxx 0000, Xxxxxxx, Xxxxx 00000.

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  • Excellence excellence is the result of always striving to do better. This is represented by constant improvements to the way in which we deliver our services, which results in a high performing health service. • Respect – we demonstrate respect through our actions and behaviours. By showing each other respect, in turn we earn respect. • Integrity – integrity is doing the right thing, knowing it is what we do when people aren’t looking that is a true reflection of who we are. • Collaboration – collaboration represents working together in partnership to achieve sustainable health care outcomes for our community with a shared understanding of our priorities. • Accountability – together we have a shared responsibility for ensuring the best health care outcomes for our community. This is a reminder that it is not only our actions, but also the actions we do not do, for which we are accountable. Brief Summary of Duties (in order of importance)

  • PRODUCTIVITY For the duration of this Agreement, VCPPOA and Management agree to jointly support efforts to increase efficiency, effectiveness, productivity, and economy in all operations through improving methods, reducing waste, and in exploring and implementing change that will contribute to sound, effective, economical County government.

  • Motivation There are new IR applications launched every day (e.g. online shops, enterprise search, domain- specific information services), which often require substantial investments. IR systems are com- plex: made up of pipelines of heterogeneous components. They are used together with other technologies, for example, natural language processing, recommender systems, dialogue systems, etc., and they serve complex user tasks in a wide range of contexts. However, each new instanti- ation of these applications can only be evaluated retrospectively. There is a growing need to predict the expected performance of a method for an application before it is implemented and to have more sophisticated design techniques that allow us to ensure that IR systems meet expected performance in given operational conditions. We cannot postpone any further the development of techniques for explaining and predicting performance, if we wish to be able to improve and make more effective the way in which we design IR systems in order to keep pace with the challenges the systems have to address.

  • Leadership Develop strong joint leadership, shift to coaching style of leadership and share information, including financial data.

  • Workforce A. The Contractor shall employ only orderly and competent workers, skilled in the performance of the services which they will perform under the Contract.

  • Rewards PROGRAMS You may have selected a Rewards Program for your account or, if you selected a Popular / AAdvantage® card, then the terms of the AAdvantage® Program apply. REWARDS PROGRAM WHAT IT MEANS HOW IT AFFECTS YOU Return A rewards program that earns cash back per every purchase made with the Card. The reward program accumulates in cash 1% of all net Purchases made with your credit Card. Net Purchases are Purchases minus any credits or returns. In your billing statement, you will receive an estimate of the Reward accumulated. The redemption of money will be automatic and will occur once a year, in January. You will not be able to redeem your Reward before this date. The Bank will send you a check for the balance of your Reward to the address where you receive your billing statements. You will not accumulate Rewards for Balance Transfers, Convenience Checks, Cash Advances, payments thru TelePago® Popular or Internet Banking, the Purchase of casino chips or other methods of gambling, or any other transaction the Bank determines at its sole discretion constitutes or is equivalent to a Cash Advance. If you return merchandise, the Reward for that merchandise will be deducted. The percent of the deduction will be calculated based on the earning structure at the moment the merchandise was returned. If the amount of your Reward is less than ten (10) dollars at the automatic redemption period, you will not receive a check but it will accumulate to your account for the next redemption period. If your account has a derogative condition, the Bank will be able to retain your Reward until the condition ends or cancel the Reward completely, at the Bank's sole discretion. When calculating the Reward, the Bank will use the total dollar amount of each transaction eliminating the cents. The Bank's determination of the Reward is final. To receive the Reward, your account must be kept open until the date of the Reward payment. The cash back rewards program is subject to changes or cancellation at any moment at the Bank's sole discretion. American Airlines AAdvantage® Program A rewards program that earns miles. You authorize us to report to American Airlines, AAdvantage® miles earned with us. You also authorize us to share with American Airlines your email address and experiential and transactional information regarding your activity with us. You will earn AAdvantage® miles for Purchases as long as your Account is current, in good standing and open the day the Transaction is registered in your Account. The miles are earned multiplying the Transaction amount by the earn rate per dollar specific to your Card product. The total amount of miles per Transaction, without decimals, will be considered for the total amount of miles to be reported to AAdvantage® every account cycle. The Bank will report the miles earned with your AAdvantage® credit Card as long as your Account is current and in good standing the day of your cycle. The miles earned with your credit Card that are not reported to AAdvantage® because your Account has a derogative condition at cycle date, will be reported to AAdvantage® in the future if your Account becomes current. American Airlines reserves the right to change AAdvantage® program rules, regulations, travel awards and special offers at any time without notice and to end the AAdvantage® program with six (6) months prior notice. Any such changes may affect your ability to use the mileage awards or credits that you have accumulated. Members may not be able to obtain all offered awards at all times or use awards for all destinations or on all flights. AAdvantage® travel awards, mileage accrual and special offers are subject to government regulations. American Airlines is not responsible for products or services offered by other participating companies. For complete details about the AAdvantage® program, visit American Airlines, AAdvantage and the Flight Symbol are trademarks of American Airlines, Inc. PREMIA® A rewards program that earns points. Membership: Program Membership has a $25 annual fee subject to some exclusions as specified in the terms and conditions of the Program. The annual $25 fee is applied at the moment of subscription and subsequently once a year from the subscription date to any of the Program participating accounts. The Membership will be cancelled if any of the Program participating accounts has insufficient funds to cover the fee. Fee is non- refundable. You will earn points only for the activities and transactions described on the Program’s website as well as additional promotions sent out periodically by Popular. Points will be credited and debited depending on the type of transaction carried out. Popular will determine from time to time the maximum amount of Points that may be accumulated for different transactions. This information is available on the Program's webpage. Popular reserves the right to review the balance of Membership accumulated Points and to subtract any credited Points that infringe this Agreement. Each account can be registered only to one (1) Program Membership. Under no circumstance, one same account or transaction is allowed to accumulate Points simultaneously for more than one (1) Membership. Limitations: Cash Advance Transactions done with credit Cards, foreign or local currency purchases, casino chips or any other cash equivalent instrument purchase and loan payments, including but not limited to mortgage and auto loan payments will not accumulate Points. The Regular Level Points will expire in December every four (4) years from the date of subscription. The PREMIA® Platinum level Points will not expire as long as they remain at this level. If the Customer is no longer at that level, the Regular level expiration terms will apply as well as the Regular Level Membership fee. Any derogatory condition or account mismanagement, including but not limited to blocked, outstanding and overdraft accounts will result in automatic Membership suspension and elimination of accumulated Points without previous notice. Once the derogatory condition is removed, the amount of Points accrued at the moment of Membership suspension may be restored at Popular’s sole discretion. To view Your Point balance, please visit Individual consumer transactions are the only transactions entitled to Point accrual. Redemption: The Customer that figures as the primary account holder can redeem his/her accrued Points for rewards at any time, as long as he/she has the required Points for the desired reward. Program Membership must be active and the Customer may not have an account showing derogatory condition to be able to redeem the Points. The redeemed Points will immediately be deducted from the Points balance. For more information on the program visit or call PREMIA® Customer Service Center at 1.800.3PREMIA ( MOBILE WALLET SERVICE WHAT IT MEANS WHAT YOU AGREE TO A way to make You may choose to add your Card number to a Mobile Wallet Service. If you do so, you acknowledge that we are Purchases or not a provider of the Wallet, we do not control the device and we are not responsible for any failure or inability to payments using perform a transaction using the Wallet. We are only responsible for supplying information securely to the Wallet a mobile device provider to allow usage of your Card in the Wallet. We reserve the right to define product eligibility. You agree that any such use of your Account will be subject to all the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement. Your applicable Purchase APR will apply to Purchases made using the Mobile Wallet Service. You acknowledge that certain message and data rates may apply from your wireless service providers and/or wireless carriers which might impact your use of the Wallet. For example, your mobile service carrier or provider may impose data usage or text charges for your use of or interaction with the Wallet, including downloading the software, receiving or sending text messages, or other use of your mobile device when using the software or other products and services provided by the Wallet. You expressly agree that you are responsible for all such fees, limitations, and restrictions and that we may contact you via your mobile device for any purpose concerning your Account with us, including Account servicing and collection purposes. We do not control the privacy and security of your information that may be held by the Wallet provider and that is governed by the privacy policy given to you by the Wallet provider. You agree not to leave your Mobile Device unattended while logged into the Wallet and to log off immediately at the completion of each access by you. You agree not to provide your password or other access information to any other person. If you believe that someone may have unauthorized access to your Mobile Device, you agree to immediately cancel your access to the Wallet associated with the Mobile Device. You agree to provide us with immediate notice in the event you suspect fraud or any unauthorized access to any of your Accounts. You agree to take every precaution to ensure the safety, security and integrity of your Account and transactions when using the Wallet. Except as otherwise required by law, we may at our sole discretion change these terms, and modify or cancel the eligibility to use your Card with a Wallet service at any time, without notice. You cannot change these terms but you can terminate them by removing your Card from the Wallet. We reserve the right to refuse any transaction for any reason. You expressly understand and agree that your use of a Mobile Wallet Service is at your sole risk. Any material downloaded or otherwise obtained through the use of the Wallet is obtained at your own discretion and risk, and we are not responsible for any damage to your Mobile Device or loss of data that results from the download of any such material, whether due to any computer virus or otherwise. We make no representation or warranty as to the completeness, accuracy, reliability, or currency of any information or data that you obtain through the use of a wallet. WHAT ARE OUR RIGHTS If YOU DEFAULT OR WE HAVE A DISPUTE? Your Default An Account will be in default if: 1) you fail to make at least the Minimum Payment when due; 2) you violate any other provision of this Agreement; 3) we believe you may be unwilling or unable to pay your debts on time; 4) you file for bankruptcy; or 5) you become incapacitated or die. If your Account is in default, we may close your Account or terminate or suspend your credit privileges without notice and require full payment of your outstanding balance immediately. We can also begin collection activities. To the extent permitted by law, if you are in default because you have failed to pay us, we will require you to pay our collection costs, attorneys’ fees, court costs and all other expenses of enforcing our rights under this Agreement. Arbitration of Disputes This Agreement contains an Arbitration Provision immediately below. Within 90 days after the date we open your Account, you may elect to reject the Arbitration Provision by providing a written notice of your intention to do so to the address: Legal Division (745), Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, P.O. Box 362708, San Xxxx, Puerto Rico 00936-2708. Unless you submit your rejection or to the extent permitted by applicable law, the Arbitration Provision will have a substantial impact on how any legal claims we have against each other are resolved if either you or we elect arbitration. For example, disputes subject to arbitration are decided by a neutral arbitrator and not a judge or jury. This Arbitration Provision will not apply to, or be enforceable against, covered borrowers under the protection of the Military Lending Act. This Arbitration Provision shall not preclude you from pursuing or participating in a class action in court. IMPORTANT WAIVERS: IF YOU OR WE ELECT TO ARBITRATE A CLAIM, YOU AND WE BOTH WAIVE THE RIGHT TO: (1) HAVE A COURT OR A JURY DECIDE THE CLAIM; OR (2) OBTAIN INFORMATION EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN. OTHER RIGHTS ARE MORE LIMITED IN ARBITRATION THAN IN COURT OR ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN ARBITRATION. DEFINITIONS – In this Arbitration Provision, the following definitions will apply:

  • Focus The focus of the nursing role is responding to the health needs of individuals, families and communities. The registered nurse is responsible for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of consumer care. Specific Skills • Initiating, maintaining and terminating therapeutic relationships • Comprehensive training in psychiatric illness and a broad knowledge of physical health disorders • Comprehensive assessment skills • Ability to manage clinical risk • A broad based pharmacological knowledge • Knowledge, skills and training of crisis intervention strategies • Knowledge and understanding of the medico-legal and ethical aspects of mental health care • Knowledge of human development across the life span • An ability to work as a primary nurse/case manager • Coordinating the processes of care with the consumer and others involved in providing care • Effective communication strategies with consumers, families, communities, and within the multi-disciplinary team • Ability to document to professional and legal standards Specific Assessments • Comprehensive assessment – may include but not be limited to the following assessments - physical, mental, spiritual, educational cultural, and emotional health, and safety/risk factors at an individual, family and community level • Monitoring of medication – effects, side effects and barrier to people taking medication Specific Interventions • Initiating, maintaining and terminating therapeutic relationships • A range of psychosocial interventions to assist the consumer towards Recovery • Administering and monitoring medication • Crisis and rehabilitative interventions • Linking consumers with systems that provide resources and services within other health services or the community in line with discharge planning • Education around personal health, mental and physical illness, health promotion and maintenance, healthy lifestyles and medication • Managing complex and rapidly changing situations within an individual or an environment • Broad range of interventions using the principles of the following – (may include but not be limited to), cognitive and behavioural therapies, family work, solution focused and crisis intervention therapies Specific Responsibilities

  • Geometric visibility The visibility of the illuminating surface, including its visibility in areas which do not appear to be illuminated in the direction of observation considered, shall be ensured within a divergent space defined by generating lines based on the perimeter of the illuminating surface and forming an angle of not less than 5° with the axis of reference of the headlamp. The origin of the angles of geometric visibility is the perimeter of the projection of the illuminating surface on a transverse plane tangent to the foremost part of the lens of the headlamp.

  • Strategy As an organization without operational services (fuel, maintenance, etc.), and in consideration that the majority of potential issues come from boat maintenance whereby the boats are personal property, the predominant strategy will be the minimization of on-site waste. With this approach, the organization will have minimal potential impact on the environment and reduce regulatory risk. To accomplish this, requirements will be established by policy, periodic communications shall occur, and audits will be utilized to provide feedback for improvement.

  • Aims The Parties agree to pursue the following aims: [amend to reflect local aims as appropriate] • Providing opportunities for the local community and sports organisations to participate in sport and physical activity for health improvement and development of their skills, particularly amongst low participant groups; • Operating in line with the national agenda for sport taking into account nationally adopted strategies; • Generating positive attitudes in sport and physical activity by young people and reducing the drop out rate in sports participation with age; • Increasing the number of people of all ages and abilities participating in sport and physical activity including people with disabilities;