Timeframe. The AGENCY will prepare the entering non-ESE student’s IAP within 15 days of student entry, excluding weekends and holiday.
Timeframe. The timeframe outlined in this document shall be followed; however, the timeframe and the term “reasonable effort” may be flexible if supported by special circumstances, such as an emergency, special projects (budgets, labor negotiations), vacations, or staffing shortages. Also, the timeframe may be modified if there are mutual agreements to extend the timeframe. If the timeframe has elapsed and if a grievant believes that a reasonable effort is not being made, then the grievant can request that the matter be heard and decided upon with two (2) working days, or the matter shall be automatically moved to the next higher step, then the grievance shall be considered closed. The term working day(s) means Monday through Friday, excluding any holidays. Financial Responsibility – Fees or costs for processing a grievance shall be borne by each party, unless there is an agreement in advance. Employees authorized to attend a grievance proceeding during regular working hours shall continue normal compensation; however, proceedings conducted after working hours or on normal days off shall not be compensated unless there is approval in advance from the Department Head or the City Manager. Employees who are appealing a discipline case shall be paid for attendance of a discipline appeal if said appeal is scheduled after the employee’s assigned working hours. Process – The process for resolving a qualified grievance is as follows:
Timeframe. New and Re-enrolled Members - The Comprehensive Care Plan must be completed within 30 days of completion of the Screening or 90 days after enrollment in the HMO, whichever comes first. Current Members – All currently enrolled members must have a Comprehensive Care Plan completed by the HMO within 30 days of completion of the Screening.
Timeframe. New Members - The screening must be completed by the HMO within 60 days of the member’s HMO enrollment. Re-Enrolled Members - Members that were previously enrolled in the HMO but had a disenrollment period of six months or more from their last disenrollment must also have a screening within 60 days of the member’s re- enrollment in the HMO.
Timeframe. 6.1. In the event that all the Consigned Items are not sold by [Specify Date], all unsold Consigned Items shall be returned to the Consignor with all delivery costs borne by the Consignee.