Workshops Sample Clauses

Workshops. Members of the Labor Management Committee will attend at least two (2), all-day (16- hours total) in person workshops. One of these workshops will be done with labor and management separate and one will be done together. The workshops are intended to increase skill and awareness on hidden bias, cultural competency, and leadership skills. The parties will jointly select two (2) independent facilitators within sixty (60) days after the committee is established. The facilitators will be paid by the Employer. The workshops will be on paid time for all committee members. Next steps and a work plan for the committee will be developed following the initial workshops. The committee will create a work plan that includes identification of issues within the workplace that require attention. The committee will develop a work plan that will include data sharing, data analysis, and identify concrete solutions for any and all issues identified. The labor management process will be an action-based systemic strategy including but not limited to the following: Trauma-Informed Care Strategies, Survivor-Centered Approaches, Anti-Racist and Anti-Racism practices, and Improving Workplace Culture. In recognition of the diversity of the EVS department, the first OEI pilot training, determined by the committee will be conducted within the EVS department as soon as practical on ratification.
Workshops. The College agrees to conduct workshops to promote employee morale, productivity, and efficiency, as well as open new lines of communication between labor and management. Subjects for the workshops may be determined by the Professional Development Committee. Employees must first request and receive supervisor approval to attend such workshops on paid time, and such approval or denial is not subject to grievance. These workshops may include all staff or may be sponsored by sub–units, i.e., Instruction, Administration, and Student Services. Attendance will be considered as time worked for employees on all shifts.
Workshops. The parties shall make every reasonable effort to notify each other of any pertinent conferences, workshops, or seminars in which District staff may be eligible to participate. Such notification is to be sent, if possible, prior to the scheduled beginning date of the conference, workshop or seminar.
Workshops. 1. The District will make up a minimum of $425 per Teacher available to pay for tuition, registration, materials, and travel expenses. However, in no event shall the District expend more than $25,000 per contract year for workshop reimbursement.
Workshops. The district shall annually budget a workshop cap of $3,000 district-wide to be pro-rated between the buildings on an FTE basis. The funds shall be used specifically for the costs of the workshops and shall not be used for the cost of substitutes if a member is gone during the workday for an approved workshop. Although the workshop requests are employee directed, they do require district approval. Any workshop funds remaining after March 1st may be reallocated to tuition reimbursement distributed according to Section C above.
Workshops. Employees in the Teaching Assistant program required by the School District to attend workshops shall be reimbursed for the tuition of the workshop and the normal hourly rate for the time spent in the workshop.
Workshops. Workshops are intended to be an opportunity to enable participation for the purpose of enhancing communication, and providing professional development. Employees are expected to attend and participate in Workshops. Compensation shall be as per Appendix A (Wage Schedule). Travel expenses shall be reimbursed per TRU Policy ADM 19-0 Expenses: Travel.