Supervisors Sample Clauses

Supervisors. (a) Project Co shall employ competent supervisors and necessary assistants who shall be in attendance at the Site while work is being performed, and shall specifically include a competent mechanical and electrical coordinator and equipment coordinator. Project Co acknowledges that the supervisors are Key Personnel in accordance with Section 8.4. Project Co’s supervisors shall, subject to Section 8.4, devote their full time during working hours to the Project and remain at the Site until the Substantial Completion of the Work is achieved and thereafter, such supervisors shall, subject to the provisions of Section 8.4, devote sufficient time and effort to the Project as necessary until the final certificate of payment has been issued by the Consultant and all Minor Deficiencies have been rectified. Project Co shall include in its staff separate qualified mechanical and electrical coordinators who shall be responsible for (i) coordinating the general, mechanical and electrical shop drawings submitted by the Subcontractors and Suppliers for various trades or divisions of the Work; (ii) checking for any conflicts or interferences of the Work of one division or trade with another; (iii) checking for completeness of the shop drawings; and (iv) providing direction on any changes that may be required for compliance with the Contract Documents for submission to the Consultant and review of the shop drawings. The mechanical and electrical coordinators shall be active participants in the Commissioning and shall work closely with the Commissioning Agents in accordance with Schedule 9 – Commissioning Program. The mechanical and electrical coordinators shall be Key Personnel in accordance with Section 8.4.
Supervisors. Supervisors may continue to perform bargaining unit work which is incidental to their jobs. They may also perform bargaining unit work in emergency situations and where such work is necessary to train a covered member. Such work by supervisors may result from but shall not cause any layoffs of covered members.
Supervisors. 44.01 No supervisors will perform any work covered by the bar- gaining unit except for training purposes and in emergencies.
Supervisors. (a) On a project where an employee is assigned the responsibility for directing a crew and keeping records for same, he shall be paid a premium of eight percent (8%) over his regular rate. This shall not be construed to mean a single Technician working with a Trainee(s). The foregoing is subject to the following:
Supervisors. All supervisory time earned on or before April 25, 1980 shall be counted for seniority purposes, and no supervisory time accrued after April 25, 1980 shall be counted for seniority purposes.
Supervisors. To qualify as a supervisor, an individual must supervise, directly or indirectly, at least one employee who does not also directly report to another supervisor. Moreover, consistent with state law, an individual generally must supervise, directly or indirectly, more than one employee to qualify as a supervisor. For an exception to this rule to apply, the Employer must meet its burden of demonstrating that an individual qualifies by having substantial supervisory authority over one employee. Moreover, a supervisor may not go more than six (6) months without a direct or indirect report of at least one employee. Otherwise, the statutory definition in ORS 243.650 applies.