The Employer Sample Clauses

The Employer. This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the Employer and its successors and assigns. Bancorp and the Bank will each require any successor to it (whether direct or indirect, by stock or asset purchase, merger, consolidation or otherwise) to all or substantially all of its business or more than 50% of its assets to assume expressly and agree to perform this Agreement in the same manner and to the same extent it would be required to perform it if no such succession had taken place.
The Employer shall endeavour to arrange tours so that each employee shall have a weekend off every second [2nd] week.
The Employer. The Employer shall be responsible for all functions assigned or reserved to it under the Plan and any related Trust Agreement. Any authority so assigned or reserved to the Employer, other than responsibilities assigned to the Plan Administrator, shall be exercised by resolution of the Employer's Board of Directors and shall become effective with respect to the Trustee upon written notice to the Trustee signed by the duly authorized officer of the Board advising the Trustee of such exercise. By way of illustration and not by limitation, the Employer shall have authority and responsibility:
The Employer recognizes the importance of the role of unit members in the selection process of unit members; provided, however, that unit members shall also participate in the selection process of administrators where they are currently allowed to do so pursuant to an established and continuous college-wide past practice or written College rule; provided further that the President of the College shall select unit members to serve on selection committees for these purposes after first consulting with the members of the appropriate division/department/work area. This section (4A.02) shall not apply to part-time unit members.
The Employer recognizes the importance of the advisory role of unit members in matters of College governance, including the improvement and development of academic programs and resources. The Employer and the Association recognize that advisory organizations currently exist within the Community College System and that the structures and procedures established by such bodies vary among the Colleges in response to differing conditions, interests and needs of each College. Such advisory organizations or similar organizations shall be maintained or created at each College, after consultation with the Association, to insure advisory comment from unit members and other constituencies of the College. A governance structure shall provide for an open forum for discussion and information sharing for the purpose of providing the President of the College with advisory input prior to the promulgation of College policy.
The Employer and the Union agree that there is a mutuality of interest in this area. The Employer agrees to consult with the Union to discuss development needs and proposed or contemplated programs.