Timesheet Sample Clauses

Timesheet. The document containing the participant-hired worker’s name and ID number (if applicable), participant name and ID number (if applicable), hours worked each day, total hours worked within the pay period, code for the service that was provided, and the FEA-developed attestation language.
Timesheet. Where, according to Appendix D, the Supplier is entitled to payment on the basis of time spent, the Supplier shall xxxx time on an hourly basis specifying each and all persons for whom payment is charged. The timesheet shall include information about the nature and extent of the task performed, the commencement and completion time of the task per- formed, the name and position of the person(s) having performed the Services, as well as information about the hourly rate applicable, cf. Appendix D. Upon request, the timesheet shall be provided to the Buyer without undue delay.
Timesheet. 13.13.1. Any approved absence for FMLA leave must be so indicated on the employee’s timesheet in the appropriate paid or unpaid column.
Timesheet. 9.1 The employee shall be required to complete and submit timesheets on the basis specified in annexure “A”, and shall ensure that they are countersigned by a duly authorised representative of the client as soon as reasonably possible thereafter.
Timesheet. 5.1. The hours worked by the Contractor shall be accounted for on a timesheet supplied in mutual consultation between the Customer and the Contractor.

Related to Timesheet

  • Timesheets (a) At the end of each week of an Assignment (or at the end of the Assignment where it is for a period of less than one week or is completed before the end of a week) the Temporary Worker shall deliver to the Employment Business his/her timesheet duly completed to indicate the number of hours worked by the Temporary Worker during the preceding week or such shorter period and signed by an authorised representative of the Client.

  • GRIEVANCE REPORT FORM Grievance School District Distribution of Forms

  • Timescale It is recognised that discussions around actual salary increases have a dependency on top level Company decisions. However, it is agreed that more general discussions can start before this point, these will include: Activity Time window The Company providing the latest pay and benefit guidelines/comparators (if updated) By end of January Identify and attempt to agree deviations from information detailed in appendix 4. By 16th March The Company providing information as detailed in Appendix 4 (snapshot as of 1st April) (incorporating any agreed deviations from the standard list) By 10th April Joint team produce cost-model ready for negotiations By end of April Unite Submit and present to the Company negotiating team their annual pay claim By end of April Line Managers completing Appraisals (including Company checking of employees who don’t have a PAC) January – March where possible By end of April in all cases Company provides remainder of appraisal PAC information By 7th May Negotiate non-budget related matters By end May Once the Company decisions referred to above have been made, the pay negotiations can further progress. Steps will be taken earlier where practicable. Activity Time window Stage 1 negotiations Offer voted on by 14th June If required stage 2 negotiations Offer voted on by 30th June If required stage 3 negotiations Offer voted on by 14 th July Guidelines issued to line managers (following discussions between Unite & the Company) By 22nd July Pay planning complete By end July Pay review effective 1st August Company provides UNITE with information, snapshot at 1st August By 10th August Notification of pay review to individuals by managers Before August pay date At the start of the process, UNITE and the company will jointly review the timetable and agree any variations that are required.

  • COST REPORT 27 A. CONTRACTOR shall submit separate individual and/or consolidated Cost Reports for Period 28 One, Period Two, and Period Three, or for a portion thereof, to COUNTY no later than sixty (60) 29 calendar days following the period for which they are prepared or termination of this Agreement. 30 CONTRACTOR shall prepare the individual and/or consolidated Cost Report in accordance with all 31 applicable federal, state and COUNTY requirements, GAAP and the Special Provisions Paragraph of 32 this Agreement. CONTRACTOR shall allocate direct and indirect costs to and between programs, cost 33 centers, services, and funding sources in accordance with such requirements and consistent with prudent 34 business practice, which costs and allocations shall be supported by source documentation maintained 35 by CONTRACTOR, and available at any time to ADMINISTRATOR upon reasonable notice. In the 36 event CONTRACTOR has multiple Agreements for mental health services that are administered by 37 HCA, consolidation of the individual Cost Reports into a single consolidated Cost Report may be 1 required, as stipulated by ADMINISTRATOR. CONTRACTOR shall submit a consolidated Cost 2 Report to COUNTY no later than five (5) business days following approval by ADMINSTRATOR of 3 all individual Cost Reports to be incorporated into a consolidated Cost Report.

  • Seniority Verification Process i. The new school district shall provide the employee with the necessary verification form at the time the employee achieves continuing contract status.

  • Identity Verification You agree to provide us with the information we request for the purposes of identity verification and the detection of money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, or any other financial crime and permit us to keep a record of such information. You will need to complete certain verification procedures before you are permitted to use the Services and your access to the Services may be altered as a result of information collected on an ongoing basis. The information we request may include certain personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, taxpayer identification number, government identification number, and information regarding your bank account (such as the name of the bank, the account type, routing number, and account number). In providing us with this or any other information that may be required, you confirm that the information is accurate and authentic. You agree to update this information and keep it current at all times. You authorize us to make the inquiries, whether directly or through third parties, that we consider appropriate, in our sole discretion, to verify your identity or protect you and/or us against fraud or other financial crimes, and to take action we reasonably deem necessary based on the results of such inquiries.

  • Third Party Verification 4.8.1 The SPD shall be further required to provide entry to the site of the Power Project free of all encumbrances at all times during the Term of the Agreement to SECI and a third Party nominated by any Indian Governmental Instrumentality for inspection and verification of the works being carried out by the SPD at the site of the Power Project.

  • Authorized User Overview and Mini-Bid Process Project Based IT Consulting Services Contracts enable Authorized Users to use a competitive Mini-bid Process to acquire Services on an as-needed basis, for qualified IT Projects. Project Based IT Consulting Services may include, but will not be limited to projects requiring: analysis, data classification, design, development, testing, quality assurance, security and associated training for Information Technology based applications. See section 1.3 Out of Scope Work for a listing of projects expressly excluded from the scope of this Contract. An Authorized User Agreement for Project Based IT Consulting Services will be governed first by the terms and conditions specified in the OGS Centralized Contract and second by terms and conditions added to the Authorized User Statement of Work. Additional terms and conditions shall not conflict with or modify the terms and conditions of the OGS Centralized Contract. NYS Executive Agencies must adhere to all internal processes and approvals including, as required, approval from NYS Office of Information Technology Services. Other Authorized Users must adhere to their own internal processes and approvals. In accordance with Appendix B, section 28, Modification of Contract Terms, an Authorized User may add additional required terms and conditions to this Mini-Bid and resultant Authorized User Agreement only if such terms and conditions (1) are more favorable to the Authorized User and (2) do not conflict with or supersede the OGS Centralized Contract terms and conditions. Examples of additional terms and conditions include: • Expedited delivery timeframe; • Additional incentives, such as discount for expedited payment/Procurement Card use; and • Any additional requirements imposed by the funding source or Federal law.

  • Account Verification Whether or not a Default or Event of Default exists, Agent shall have the right at any time, in the name of Agent, any designee of Agent or any Borrower, to verify the validity, amount or any other matter relating to any Accounts of Borrowers by mail, telephone or otherwise. Borrowers shall cooperate fully with Agent in an effort to facilitate and promptly conclude any such verification process.

  • Name Collision Report Handling 6.3.1 During the first two years after delegation of the TLD, Registry Operator’s emergency operations department shall be available to receive reports, relayed by ICANN, alleging demonstrably severe harm from collisions with overlapping use of the names outside of the authoritative DNS.