TRANSITION COMMITTEE Sample Clauses

TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 8.1.0 A transition committee comprised of the employee representatives and the employer representatives, including the Crown, will be established by January 31, 2016 to address all matters that may arise in the creation of the Trust.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 4.1.0 Subject to the approval of OSSTF, OSSTF-EW may have representation on the OSSTF transition committee regarding all matters that may arise in the creation of the OSSTF-EW division.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. Prior to the First Effective Time, the Parties shall establish a transition committee (the “Transition Committee”) that shall consist of an equal number of members from UTC, Carrier and Otis. From and after the applicable Effective Time, the Transition Committee shall be responsible for monitoring and managing all matters related to any of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreements. From and after the applicable Effective Time, the Transition Committee shall have the authority to (a) establish one or more subcommittees from time to time as it deems appropriate or as may be described in any Ancillary Agreements, with each such subcommittee comprised of one or more members of the Transition Committee or one or more employees of any of the Parties or any members of their respective Groups, and each such subcommittee having such scope of responsibility as may be determined by the Transition Committee from time to time; (b) delegate to any such committee any of the monitoring and managing authority of the Transition Committee; and (c) combine, modify the scope of responsibility of, and disband any such subcommittees, and to modify or reverse any such delegations. The Transition Committee shall establish general procedures for managing the responsibilities delegated to it under this Section 2.14 and may modify such procedures from time to time. All decisions by the Transition Committee or any subcommittee thereof shall be effective only if mutually agreed by each of the applicable Parties. The Parties shall utilize the procedures set forth in Article VII to resolve any matters as to which the Transition Committee is not able to reach a decision.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 6.1.0 A transition committee comprised of the employee representatives and the employer representatives, including the Crown, will be established to address all matters that may arise in the creation of the Trust. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #5 BETWEEN The Ontario Public School BoardsAssociation (hereinafter calledOPSBA’) AND The Ontario Secondary School TeachersFederation (hereinafter called the ‘OSSTF’)
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 6.1.0 A transition committee comprised of the employee representatives and the employer representatives, including the Crown, will be established to address all matters that may arise in the creation of the Trust. THIS LOA WILL BE RETAINED FOR HISTORICAL REFERENCE ONLY LANGUAGE FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 2014- AUGUST 31, 2017, AND EXTENSION UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2019 LETTER OF AGREEMENT #6 BETWEEN The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter calledOPSBA’) AND The Ontario Secondary School TeachersFederation (hereinafter called the ‘OSSTF’) RE: Status Quo Central Items as Modified by this Agreement The parties agree that the following central issues have been addressed at the central table and that the provisions shall remain status quo. For further clarity, the following language must be aligned with current local provisions and practices to reflect the provisions of the 2012-13 MOU. As such the following issues shall not be subject to local bargaining or mid-term amendment by the local parties. Disputes arising in respect of such provisions shall be subject to Section 43 of the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, 2014.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 4.1.0 Subject to the approval of ELHT, OCEW may have representation on the ELHT transition committee regarding all matters that may arise in the provision of benefits for Employees represented by OCEW.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 4.1.0 Subject to the approval of AEFO, EWAO-ATEO may have representation on the AEFO transition committee regarding all matters that may arise in the creation of the EWAO-ATEO division.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. 6.1.0 A transition committee comprised of the employee representatives and the employer representatives, including the Crown, will be established to address all matters that may arise in the creation of the Trust. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #5 BETWEEN The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter calledOPSBA’) AND The Ontario Secondary School TeachersFederation (hereinafter called the ‘OSSTF’) RE: STATUS QUO CENTRAL ITEMS‌ Status quo central items The parties agree that the following central issues have been addressed at the central table and that the provisions shall remain status quo. For further clarity, if language exists, the following items are to be retained as written in 2008/2012 local collective agreements, subject to modifications made during local bargaining in 2013. As such the following issues shall not be subject to local bargaining or mid-term amendment between local parties. Disputes arising in respect of such provisions shall be subject to Section 43 of the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act. Issues:
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. Subject to Section 7.5, either Party seeking resolution of any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement (including regarding whether any Assets are SpinCo Assets or Parent Assets, any Liabilities are SpinCo Liabilities or Parent Liabilities or the validity, interpretation, breach or termination of this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement) (a “Dispute”), shall provide written notice thereof to the Transition Committee (the “Initial Notice”). Following the delivery of the Initial Notice, the Transition Committee shall attempt to resolve the Dispute through the procedures it is empowered to adopt in accordance with Section 2.14. If the Transition Committee is unable for any reason to resolve a Dispute within thirty (30) days after the delivery of the Initial Notice, the Parties shall enter into good-faith negotiations in accordance with Section 7.2 and Section 7.3.
TRANSITION COMMITTEE. Promptly following the execution of this Agreement, the Company shall designate certain of its employees as “Liaisons.” During the period from the date of this Agreement to the Effective Time, the Company’s Liaisons will (a) confer on a regular basis with representatives of the Parent to report on the general status of the ongoing operations of the Company and its Subsidiaries; and (b) communicate with representatives of the Parent with respect to the manner in which the business of the Company and its Subsidiaries are conducted, including, but not limited to, communications regarding issues such as the type and mix of products and services, personnel matters, customer satisfaction, customer retention, branch issues, the granting of credit, problem loan management, reserve adequacy, accounting matters, and any other issues that might facilitate the integration of the Company Bank and the Parent Bank. In order to facilitate the foregoing, the Company and the Parent shall promptly together establish a transition committee (the “Transition Committee”) which will meet on a regular basis to discuss these matters and any other issues that might facilitate the integration of the Company Bank and the Parent Bank. From and after the date of this Agreement, Parent and the Company shall consult on a reasonable basis with each other on the introduction of products and services not currently offered by the Company Bank which Parent would expect to make available to customers following the Effective Time. In addition, during the period from the date of this Agreement to the Effective Time, within two business days after the Company Bank delivers to the members of its senior credit committee applicable information and reports for the next upcoming meeting of such committee, the Company shall provide to a representative designated by the Parent access to the same information and reports as are provided to the Company Bank’s senior credit committee members with respect to new commercial loans and extensions of credit (other than loans eligible for sale in the secondary market) proposed to be made by the Company Bank in excess of $100,000. A representative designated by the Parent shall also be allowed to attend the Company Bank’s senior credit committee meetings for commercial loans and be a non-voting observer thereof.