WORK TOGETHER Sample Clauses

WORK TOGETHER. In the pursuit of compassionate care, we can be more effective when helping and supporting each other.
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WORK TOGETHER. We understand that getting your uniform to the dry cleaner after every performance may be challenging for some families. We encourage you to talk and work together with other parents – perhaps organize with other families to take turns making dry cleaner runs. Band Parents are amazing – take the initiative to self-organize ways to make it work. This is another reason why attendance at monthly band parent meetings is important – it’s a great place to form these types of networks!  UNIFORMS MAY NOT BE STORED AT THE SCHOOL unless special arrangements are made with Xx. Xxxxxx. When at the school, uniforms must always be stored in a safe, secure place. (Band uniforms can be an easy target for vandalism or theft – remember you’re personally responsible if that happens!) Xx. Xxxxxx will designate a holding area for your band uniforms when they are brought to school the morning of football games.  UNIFORMS WILL BE WORN ONLY FOR BAND FUNCTIONS AS INSTRUCTED BY BAND DIRECTOR. Your band uniform is not a costume for Halloween or any other clever or creative use that may be imagined. Your band uniform should be treated with reverence and only worn for the purpose it was intended as instructed by the Band Director.  GENERAL UNIFORM RULES: Eating and drinking while in uniform is only allowed during specific times when authorized by the Band Director. The uniform will always be worn completely and correctly while in public. Band/show shirts and band shorts will always be worn under the uniform. No cut off sleeves or tank tops. All band members will dress in the Band Room for performances unless announced otherwise. The only jewelry allowed while in uniform is your class ring and one stud in each ear. No other jewelry will ever be allowed. Adjustments to the uniforms are to be made only by the uniform boosters. All hair must be short enough or secured so that it does not touch the collar of the uniform. Beards, facial hair, basic grooming must be neat and clean while in uniform. No visible body piercings. UNIFORM DAMAGE/THEFT:  Students are personally responsible for any and all damage that occurs to their uniform after it is issued. It’s important to remember at all times to be mindful of the uniform surroundings and minimize possible damage. Wear uniform only at designated times, follow Xx. Xxxxxx’x policies and procedures, no horseplay and use common sense.
WORK TOGETHER. Co-Counsel pledge that they will not seek to prosecute this case alone or with any other Co-Counsel firm or other firm without the express written consent of the other Co-Counsel. Each Co-Counsel firm will use its good faith and best efforts to prosecute the case in the interests of the proposed class in accordance with the joint decisions made by Co-Counsel. Co-Counsel will cooperate in their work on this matter. Co-Counsel will make a good faith effort to staff this case appropriately and actively participate in its prosecution.
WORK TOGETHER. In order to promote cultural preservation and sustainability, DBCMI will work with Aboriginal Authorities, Primary Communities and GNWT to address cultural issues.
WORK TOGETHER. We understand that getting your uniform to the dry cleaner after every practice may be challenging for some families. We encourage you to talk and work together with other parents - perhap organize with other families to take turns making dry cleaner runs. Band parents are amazing - take the initiative to self organize ways to make it work. This is another reason why attendance at monthly band parent meetings is important - it’s a great place to form these types of networks! ● UNIFORMS MAY NOT BE STORED AT THE SCHOOL unless special arrangements are made with Xx. Xxxxxx. When at the school, uniforms must always be stored in a safe, secure place (band uniforms can be an easy target for vandalism or theft - remember you’re personally responsible if that happens!). Xx. Xxxxxx will designate a holding area for your band uniforms when they are brought to school the morning of football games. ● UNIFORMS WILL BE WORN ONLY FOR BAND FUNCTIONS AS INSTRUCTED BY BAND DIRECTOR. Your band uniform is not a costume for halloween or any other clever or creative use that may be imagined. Your band uniform should be treated with reverence and only worn for the purpose it was intended, as instructed by the Band Director.
WORK TOGETHER. It is important to make sure that this is something all roommates are collaborating on together. Decisions and agreements made should be a compromise between all roommates. This helps to make sure that everyone’s boundaries and expectations are respected. Rent and Other Payments It can be helpful to lay out guidelines about costs associated with rent or other payments. Example may include payments such as rent, utilities, internet and any other payments that may apply. It may also be beneficial to discuss and clarify their due dates and which roommate(s) will be responsible for each payment. Amount Due Date Roommate Responsible Rent: Gas: Electric: Water: Internet: Cable/ Streaming: Other: Early Lease Termination Unexpected situations can occur where someone may no longer be able to live in the unit. It is important to discuss how these situa- tions may be handled between roommates. Some things to think about may include written notice within a certain time frame be- fore moving out, liability for rent payments or finding someone to sublease. Understanding everyone’s expectations will help avoid large conßicts in a case where someone may need to move out earlier than expected. Personal Property Some conßicts arise due to unclear boundaries or expectations regarding borrowing each others items. This may include appliances in the kitchen, game consoles, TVs, clothes, etc. It may be beneficial to discuss each roommate’s willingness to share, whether they would like others to ask first, what items will not be shared, liability for items damaged by the borrower, etc. It is important to have a conversation about preferences regarding paying, sharing, and storing groceries/food items since these are typically stored in a shared area (kitchen/fridge). To provide an example, roommates may prefer that everyone buys their own gro- ceries and has designated storage space for their items or agree that grocery expenses will be shared equally between all room- mates and groceries/food will be shared. It may help to consider these options or discuss a different agreement with all roommates.

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  • WORK TOOLS 5.01 All Employees must have all the necessary hand tools listed in the Master Agreement (Employee Tool List). Replacement will be the responsibility of the Employee. APPENDIX TO THE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL AGREEMENT OF THE I.C.I. SECTOR OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FOR OSHAWA, LOCAL 1832, TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION AS FOLLOWS: COUNTIES OF DURHAM AND THAT PORTION OF ONTARIO NOT INCLUDED UNDER TORONTO LOCAL 1819 TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.

  • Work Load The professional obligation of academic employees comprises both scheduled and non-scheduled activities. The Guild and the District recognize that it is part of the professional responsibility of faculty to carry out their duties in an appropriate manner and place. As part of this responsibility faculty are expected to play an important role in the recruitment and retention of students, campus and departmental governance, program review, accreditation, planning and mentoring. Faculty commitment to retention will be demonstrated by informing students that they are to talk with the instructor prior to dropping the course. Faculty are encouraged to include a statement to this effect in their course syllabi. While it is understood that course syllabi content falls within the purview of the individual faculty member’s academic freedom, the parties also understand that items required to be part of syllabi in order to maintain college or continuing education accreditation must also be included. Tenured/tenure-track faculty who have less than a full-time contract are not eligible to work any additional assignments including long-term substitution (day-to-day substitution is allowed provided the limits specified in Section 5.2.1.3 are not exceeded). Faculty assignments shall be made in the following priority order: Tenured/tenure-track, pro- rata, overload, Priority of Assignment (POA) adjunct faculty assignments, then non-POA adjunct faculty.

  • Work Loads If an employee believes the amount of work he or she is required to perform is excessive over what is required from the rest of the staff and it will result in an occupational accident or occupational injury to him or her, the question shall be referred to Section 17 of this Agreement.

  • Site Work An expansion of the Connecting Transmission Owner’s Boonville Station is required to accommodate the CTOIFs. The southern corner of the fence line will be expanded out by approximately 3,200 square feet. The Connecting Transmission Owner already owns the property required for the expansion. Approximately 120 feet of the existing fencing will need to be removed and approximately 150 feet of new fencing added.

  • Work Site Work site shall be defined as a college campus or any other place designated by management where instruction and/or services are performed.

  • Work Week The work week will begin at 12:00 a.m. on Sunday and end at 11:59 p.m. the following Saturday.

  • HOURS OF WORK AND OVERTIME 12.01 The following paragraphs and sections are intended to define the normal hours of work and shall not be construed as a guarantee of hours of work per day or per week, or of days of work per week.

  • Future Work Any future work of the nature generally performed by pharmacists created by the Employer shall be performed by members of the bargaining unit as herein set forth.

  • Work Year The full-time work year for all employees employed in EA and ECE job classes shall be a minimum of 194 work days to correspond with the school year calendar.

  • HOURS OF WORK & OVERTIME (Subject to implementation instructions, the following clauses will appear in all collective agreements replacing any provision related to the Work Week and Work Day, Rest Periods, Overtime Definitions, Overtime/Callback Accumulation, Missed Meal Breaks, Meal Allowance, Time Off Between Shifts, and Change of Schedule that existed in the Hospital’s expiring collective agreement:)

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