JOC EVALUATION If any materials being utilized for a project cannot be found in the RS Means Price Book, this question is what is the markup percentage on those materials? When answering this question please insert the number that represents your percentage of proposed markup. Example: if you are proposing a 30 percent markup, please insert the number "30". Remember that this is a ceiling markup. You may markup a lesser percentage to the TIPS Member customer when pricing the project, but not a greater percentage. EXAMPLE: You need special materials that are not in the RS Means Unit Price Book for a project. You would buy the materials and xxxx them up to the TIPS Member customer by the percentage you propose in this question. If the materials cost you, the contractor, $100 and you proposed a markup on this question for the material of 30 percent, then you would charge the TIPS Member customer $130 for the materials. No response TIPS/ESC Region 8 is required by Texas Government Code § 791 to be compensated for its work and thus, failure to agree shall render your response void and it will not be considered. Yes - No Vendor agrees to remit to TIPS the required administration fee or, if resellers are named, guarantee the fee remittance by or for the reseller named by the vendor?
JOB EVALUATION 34.01 During the term of this Agreement, if a new or revised Job Evaluation System is implemented by the Employer, the Employer shall before applying the new or revised Job Evaluation System, negotiate with the Union the rates of pay and the rules affecting the pay of employees for the evaluations affected. If the parties fail to reach agreement within sixty (60) days from the date on which the Employer submits the new or revised standard to the Union, the Employer may apply the new rates of pay and the Union may refer the matter to arbitration. The arbitrator's decision will be retroactive to the date of application of the new rates.
Self-Evaluation Each regular faculty member shall provide a self-evaluation. It shall address, among other items, the faculty member's fulfillment of professional responsibilities as referenced in Section 18.2.3 and an assessment of his or her own performance. The faculty member will share the self-evaluation with the Faculty Evaluation Committee and the first-level manager or designee. The self-evaluation will become part of the evaluation report.
EMPLOYEE EVALUATION Employees will be evaluated on an annual basis or more frequently if deemed necessary, and informed of the quality of their work. All evaluations are the responsibility of the immediate administrative supervisor and shall be comprehensive. Employees will receive a copy of their evaluation at least five (5) duty days before the end of their work year. The employee has a right to review and to comment in writing regarding all evidence on file to support any evaluation of the employee’s performance. An employee who disagrees with the evaluation may submit a written addendum or rebuttal to the evaluation. The evaluation and the addendum, if any, will be placed in the employee’s personnel file. The employee shall be requested to sign the evaluation. Signing the evaluation does not mean that the employee agrees or disagrees with the assessment. If an employee desires a performance assessment with his/her immediate supervisor, he/she may request the assessment in writing. In the case of an unsatisfactory performance, the immediate supervisor will note areas that are unsatisfactory and make recommendations for improvement. Employees who receive an unsatisfactory performance evaluation will not be eligible for a step increase. If the employee achieves a satisfactory rating on a subsequent out-of-sequence evaluation, he/she will receive the step increment effective of the date of achieving the satisfactory evaluation. Judgment of performance by an evaluator shall not be subject to the grievance procedure. An employee who disagrees with the unsatisfactory evaluation may file an administrative appeal under Section 4-205 (c) of the Annotated Code of Maryland, Education Article. If an employee’s unsatisfactory evaluation is overturned as a result of a Section 4-205 (c) appeal the employee shall be granted a step increase retroactive to the beginning of the contract year.
Annual Evaluation The Partnership will be evaluated on an annual basis through the use of the Strategic Partnership Annual Evaluation Format as specified in Appendix C of OSHA Instruction CSP 00-00-000, OSHA Strategic Partnership Program for Worker Safety and Health. Xxxxxxxxx & Xxxxxx will be responsible for gathering required participant data to evaluate and track the overall results and success of the Partnership. This data will be shared with OSHA. OSHA will be responsible for writing and submitting the annual evaluation.
EMPLOYEE EVALUATIONS Every new employee should be evaluated on or about three (3) months and six (6) months after employment. Probationary employees may be evaluated at any time during their probationary period. Every full-time or part-time employee shall be evaluated annually, prior to the month the employee is eligible for a step increment or the anniversary of the step increment date. Additional performance evaluations may be used when deemed appropriate by the Elected Official/Department Director Evaluations shall be used as a factor in granting regular status, promotions, step increases, transfers, demotions, layoffs and terminations. Concerns regarding performance which could negatively impact the performance evaluation score, should be communicated to the employee in a timely manner, in order to provide the employee an opportunity for taking corrective action. The employee’s comments are included in the evaluation. For further information on evaluation procedure, reference the County Personnel Manual.