Wrongdoing Sample Clauses

Wrongdoing. You agree to report your own wrongdoing, or any wrongdoing or proposed wrongdoing of any other member of staff to the Principal in accordance with the College's procedure on reporting a wrongdoing as set out in the Employment Manual.
Wrongdoing. – any behavior that constitutes unethical conduct, serious misconduct, illegal activity, improper financial activity, or misuse of Huron’s assets, including but not limited to: • Breaches of any Huron policy;• Violation of any law and/or other legal or regulatory responsibilities, duties or obligations;• Discrimination based on protected grounds as defined under the Ontario Human Rights Code;• Theft, fraud and misappropriation of Huron assets;• Destruction, removal or concealment of Huron records or property for the purpose of personal gain;• Forgery, falsification or alteration of documents;• Making false claims or statements;• Interference through direct or indirect action or use of authority to obstruct a person’s right to make a report of an alleged Wrongdoing; and• Reprisals for making a disclosure of Wrongdoing. Note: Acts of both commission and omission are included in the term “Wrongdoing.”
Wrongdoing. Any violation of this Code is considered a “Wrongdoing”.
Wrongdoing. Wrongdoing can be defined as:
Wrongdoing. All faculty and staff are required to report their own wrongdoing, or any wrongdoing or proposed wrongdoing of any other member of faculty or staff or any conduct which they may suspect to be inappropriate to the Head of School. The School operates a whistleblowing policy which is available on the policy page of the School website.

Related to Wrongdoing

  • Nonadmission of Wrongdoing Employee agrees neither this Agreement and General Release nor the furnishing of the consideration for this Release shall be deemed or construed at any time for any purpose as an admission by Employer of any liability or unlawful conduct of any kind.

  • Dishonesty To indemnify Indemnitee if a judgment or other final adjudication adverse to Indemnitee established that Indemnitee committed acts of active and deliberate dishonesty, with actual dishonest purpose and intent, which acts were material to the cause of action so adjudicated.

  • Fraud Any suspicion of fraud, waste, or abuse involving the contracting or certification of MWBEs shall be immediately reported to ESD’s Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development at (855) 373-4692. ALL FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT: http://www.ogs.ny.gov/MWBE/Forms.asp

  • Admission A Person shall be admitted to the Partnership as a limited partner of the Partnership or a general partner of the Partnership only upon strict compliance, and not upon substantial compliance, with the requirements set forth in this Agreement for admission to the Partnership as a Limited Partner or a General Partner.

  • No Admission Chevalier denies the material, factual, and legal allegations contained in the Notice and maintains that all of the products that it has sold and distributed for sale in California, including the Products, have been, and are, in compliance with all laws. Nothing in this Settlement Agreement shall be construed as an admission by Chevalier of any fact, finding, conclusion, issue of law, or violation of law, nor shall compliance with this Settlement Agreement constitute or be construed as an admission by Chevalier of any fact, finding, conclusion, issue of law, or violation of law, the same being specifically denied by Chevalier. This Section shall not, however, diminish or otherwise affect Chevalier’s obligations, responsibilities, and duties under this Settlement Agreement.

  • Negligence THE INDEMNIFICATION, RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION PROVISIONS PROVIDED FOR IN THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE APPLICABLE WHETHER OR NOT THE LOSSES, COSTS, EXPENSES AND DAMAGES IN QUESTION AROSE SOLELY OR IN PART FROM THE ACTIVE, PASSIVE, COMPARATIVE, OR CONCURRENT NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHER FAULT OF THE PARTIES HERETO.

  • RETALIATION The Landlord is prohibited from making any type of retaliatory acts against the Tenant including but not limited to restricting access to the Premises, decreasing or cancelling services or utilities, failure to repair appliances or fixtures, or any other type of act that could be considered unjustified.