Transitional Shift Guarantee for      Substitutes listed on Schedule "A Sample Clauses

Transitional Shift Guarantee for      Substitutes listed on Schedule "A. For the term of the next Collective Agreement, the Employer is prepared to increase the shift guarantee for Journeymen Pressmen Priority Substitutes listed on Schedule 'A" from three shifts per week to an average of four shifts per week over a six month period, January and July to December starting July For the purpose of this transitional guarantee, vacation days, sick days, no shows, shifts offered but refused, statutory holiday and birthday shifts, bereavement leave, jury duty, and leaves for Union business shall all count toward satisfying the shift guarantee. As outlined in our proposal on All Staff Scheduling, the Employer shall schedule all shifts and maintain all of the relevant records. In the event of economic downturn, operational requirements or technological change, the Employer shall have the option of reducing the shift guarantee to three shifts per week instead of or in addition to declaring a staff reduction.

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  • GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE It is desired that differences between employees and supervisors be resolved as quickly as possible. To achieve this goal, employees are encouraged to discuss such differences with their supervisor as soon as possible after they are aware of the event leading to the difference and prior to filing a grievance. Supervisors are similarly encouraged to be responsive to such discussions. Adjustments may not conflict with this Agreement or applicable laws, regulations, or policies and shall not be precedential. Such discussion is at the employee's option and the time limits for filing a grievance shall be adhered to. If the supervisor has not responded, or the employee is not satisfied with the supervisor's response, the employee must file a written grievance at Step One within the time frames set forth below. A grievance shall be defined as any controversy or dispute involving the application or interpretation of the terms of this Agreement arising between the CEA or an employee or employees and the Employer. Grievances shall be processed on forms provided by the Employer. The grievance shall state the facts giving rise to the grievance, the specific provision(s) of the Agreement that are alleged to have been violated, and the remedy requested. If the Employer fails to render a decision within the allotted time, the grievance may be advanced to the next step by the CEA. Time frames may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties. Step One: An employee shall individually, or with a CEA representative, present the written grievance to the Division Director of the employing division within twenty (20) working days of the disputed action or the date the employee is made aware of the action, whichever is later. The supervisor shall respond in writing within ten (10) working days of receipt. The written grievance shall state specifically which Article(s) and Section(s) the Employer may have violated and the manner in which the violation is alleged to have occurred. Settlements reached at Step One shall be binding only if such settlements are consistent with the provisions of this Agreement, the policies and regulations of the Employer, and the authority of the respondent. Grievances settled at Step One which are found to be inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, the policies and regulations of the Employer, and/or the authority of the respondent may be reopened by the Employer through written notice to CEA within ten (10) working days after receipt of the settlement. CEA may advance such a grievance directly to Step Two. Step Two: If the grievance is unresolved at the prior Step, an appeal may be submitted by the CEA representative in writing to the Commissioner of the Department of Administration within ten (10) working days after the prior Step response is due or received. Within five (5) working days of receipt at Step Two, the grievance shall be the subject of a conference between the CEA representative and a representative of the Commissioner of the Department of Administration. If the representatives are unable to resolve the grievance, the Commissioner or designee shall respond in writing within ten (10) working days after the conference.

  • Scope of Services The specific scope of work for each job shall be determined in advance and in writing between TIPS Member, Member’s design professionals and Vendor. It is permitted for the TIPS Member to provide a general scope description, but the awarded vendor should provide a written scope of work, and if applicable, according to the TIPS Member’s design Professional as part of the proposal. Once the scope of the job is agreed to, the TIPS Member will issue a PO and/or an Agreement or Contract with the Job Order Contract Proposal referenced or as an attachment along with bond and any other special provisions agreed by the TIPS Member. If special terms and conditions other than those covered within this solicitation and awarded Agreements are required, they will be attached to the PO and/or an Agreement or Contract and shall take precedence over those in this base TIPS Vendor Agreement.

  • Scope of Work The Contractor has overall responsibility for and shall provide and furnish all materials, equipment, tools and labor as necessary or reasonably inferable to complete the Work, or any phase of the Work, in accordance with the Owner’s requirements and the terms of the Contract Documents.

  • MANAGEMENT RIGHTS 3.01 The Union acknowledges that all management rights and prerogatives are vested exclusively with the Employer and without limiting the generality of the foregoing; it is the exclusive function of the Employer:

  • Miscellaneous Provisions The following miscellaneous provisions are a part of this Agreement:

  • Termination for Convenience The Contract may be terminated by the Department in whole or in part at any time, in the best interest of the State of Florida. If the Contract is terminated before performance is completed, the Contractor will be paid only for that work satisfactorily performed for which costs can be substantiated. Such payment, however, may not exceed an amount which is the same percentage of the Contract price as the amount of work satisfactorily performed. All work in progress will become the property of the Customer and will be turned over promptly by the Contractor.

  • Intellectual Property The Company and the Subsidiaries have, or have rights to use, all patents, patent applications, trademarks, trademark applications, service marks, trade names, trade secrets, inventions, copyrights, licenses and other intellectual property rights and similar rights necessary or required for use in connection with their respective businesses as described in the SEC Reports and which the failure to so have could have a Material Adverse Effect (collectively, the “Intellectual Property Rights”). None of, and neither the Company nor any Subsidiary has received a notice (written or otherwise) that any of, the Intellectual Property Rights has expired, terminated or been abandoned, or is expected to expire or terminate or be abandoned, within two (2) years from the date of this Agreement. Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary has received, since the date of the latest audited financial statements included within the SEC Reports, a written notice of a claim or otherwise has any knowledge that the Intellectual Property Rights violate or infringe upon the rights of any Person, except as could not have or reasonably be expected to not have a Material Adverse Effect. To the knowledge of the Company, all such Intellectual Property Rights are enforceable and there is no existing infringement by another Person of any of the Intellectual Property Rights. The Company and its Subsidiaries have taken reasonable security measures to protect the secrecy, confidentiality and value of all of their intellectual properties, except where failure to do so could not, individually or in the aggregate, reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Compliance with Laws Each Loan Party and each Subsidiary thereof is in compliance in all material respects with the requirements of all Laws and all orders, writs, injunctions and decrees applicable to it or to its properties, except in such instances in which (a) such requirement of Law or order, writ, injunction or decree is being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings diligently conducted or (b) the failure to comply therewith, either individually or in the aggregate, could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Term of Agreement The term of this Agreement shall begin as of the date and year upon which the Fund listed on Appendix A commences investment operations, and unless sooner terminated as hereinafter provided, this Agreement shall remain in effect for a period of two years. Thereafter, this Agreement shall continue in effect with respect to each Fund from year to year, subject to the termination provisions and all other terms and conditions hereof; PROVIDED, such continuance with respect to a Fund is approved at least annually by vote of the holders of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the Fund or by the Trustees of the Trust; PROVIDED, that in either event such continuance is also approved annually by the vote, cast in person at a meeting called for the purpose of voting on such approval, of a majority of the Trustees of the Trust who are not parties to this Agreement or interested persons of either party hereto. The Adviser shall furnish to the Trust, promptly upon its request, such information as may reasonably be necessary to evaluate the terms of this Agreement or any extension, renewal or amendment thereof.

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