Written Contracts. (a) All faculty members employed by the University shall be offered appropriate written contracts. In the event Article 1.05(d) applies, contracts shall specify the rate of pay and the period of appointment, including any vacation, professional/curriculum development, and accountable time required by the terms of this Agreement.
Written Contracts. All teachers employed to perform regular duties by the Board shall receive written contracts. The regular individual contract shall include: Name of teacher; Name of the school district and board of education; Type of contract, i.e., limited or continuing. A limited contract will include the length of the contract; Annual regular salary to be paid and the basis used to determine the amount;
Written Contracts. The Board agrees to place all teachers under written contract for 187 days. Their work calendar/schedule is to be determined by the superintendent/supervisor with input from the affected employee upon request. Ancillary staff will follow the local district calendar where they are providing services as closely as is feasible, limited to one hundred eighty-seven (187) work days as outlined above. The Career-Tech Center/Education & Activity Center calendar/schedule will essentially conform to the model county calendar adopted by the Board. The terms of any individual contract of employment issued to any bargaining unit employee shall be subordinate to and subject to the terms of this collective bargaining agreement. Subject to Section 15(3) and 15(4) of PERA, to the extent of any conflict between an individual contract and this collective bargaining agreement, the collective bargaining agreement shall prevail. Any individual contract may not contain any terms additional to or inconsistent with any provision of this collective bargaining agreement or PERA.
Written Contracts. Any contract between the Company and a third-party that is retained to assist the Company in obtaining or retaining business must be in writing (and as with all other written agreements must be reviewed by the Company’s Chief Legal Officer prior to its execution). The contract must also contain anti-bribery representations and warranties by the third-party.
Written Contracts. A. Newly hired bargaining unit members who are hired after July 31 and prior to the following February 1 shall be employed by and on a limited written contract through the following July 31. After the completion of this initial contract, if the bargaining unit member is retained, the subsequent limited contract shall be for two (2) years. Upon completion of this two year (2) contract, if the bargaining unit member is retained, he/she shall be continued in employment and the salary provided in the contract may be increased, but not reduced, unless the reduction is part of a uniform plan affecting the nonteaching employees of the entire district. Newly hired bargaining unit members who are hired between February 1 and the following July 31 shall be employed on a limited written contract through the same July 31. After completion of the initial contract, if the bargaining unit member is retained, the subsequent limited contract shall be for one (1) year. After completion of the second contract, if the bargaining unit member is retained, the subsequent contract shall be for two (2) years. Upon completion of this two year contract, if the bargaining unit member is retained, he/she shall be continued in employment and the salary provided in the contract may be increased, but not reduced, unless the reduction is part of a uniform plan affecting the nonteaching employees of the entire district. If at the expiration of a bargaining unit member’s first or second one (1) year contract or two (2) year contract, the District intends not to re-employ the bargaining unit member, the District will provide written notice to the bargaining unit member prior to June lst of the year in which the contract expires. The District has total discretion to decide not to re-employ a bargaining unit member prior to his/her attaining continuing contract status for any reason it deems necessary.
Written Contracts. 4.011 The Board shall, when employing and reemploying a bargaining unit member, enter into a written teaching contract with said individual. Thereafter, pursuant to Section 3319.12 of the Ohio Revised Code, a salary notice will be issued annually to each bargaining unit member containing the following: