All Employees definition

All Employees. Upon request the College will provide the Association with a full list of unit members, including name, job title, job location, home address and phone number. Separation from Service: The Association will be notified within five (5) business days of a unit member’s separation from service.
All Employees of the Seller employed in connection with the Business shall be terminated effective as of the Closing Date. The Seller shall pay all such employees all compensation earned by them through the Effective Date on or before five (5) business days after the Effective Date. The Buyer shall use its best efforts to hire all of the Seller's employees subject to each such employee complying with customary Surge employee practices.
All Employees means BHRS employees, senior managers, managers, supervisors, interns, temporary employees, contractors, who provide health or administrative services for BHRS members.

Examples of All Employees in a sentence

  • All Employees who will be working unescorted in a restricted area of the airport must have an Airport Identification badge.

  • All Employees wishing to participate in an issuer's direct stock purchase plan or automatic dividend reinvestment plans must submit a memorandum to the Local Compliance Group stating the name and the amount to be invested in the plan.

  • All Employees of the Company are eligible to make Protected Disclosures under the Policy in relation to matters concerning the Company.

  • All Employees must provide copies of all periodic broker account statements to the Compliance Officer.

  • All Employees must obtain the explicit permission of the Central Compliance Department prior to opening a new Employee Related Account.

  • All Employees must try to avoid situations that have even the appearance of conflict or impropriety.

  • All Employees of the Company are eligible to make Protected Disclosures under the Policy.

  • All Employees and all other individuals who are Access Persons (collectively, "you") also serve as fiduciaries with respect to our Clients and in this capacity you owe an undivided duty of loyalty to our Clients.

  • All Employees are required to obtain pre-clearance of a Personal Securities Transaction by: (i) confirming that no open orders exist in the same or related security with the appropriate trading desk(s) (as determined by the Local Compliance Group); and (ii) having the transaction approved by the Local Compliance Group.

  • All Employees are required to submit a quarterly report, even if there were no reportable transactions during the quarter.

More Definitions of All Employees

All Employees means any employee of MSC or a MSC affiliate.
All Employees means the Senior Management Team and the Other Employees.

Related to All Employees

  • Eligible Employees means each employee of the Company or an Affiliate.

  • Newly hired employee or “new hire” means any employee, whether permanent, full time, part time, hired by the District, and who is still employed as of the date of the new employee orientation. It also includes all employees who are or have been previously employed by the District and whose current position has placed them in the bargaining unit represented by CSEA. For those latter employees, for purposes of this article only, the “date of hire” is the date upon which the employee’s employee status changed such that the employee was placed in the CSEA unit.

  • Relevant Employees means the employees of the Contractor (including the Transferring Employees) who are wholly or mainly assigned to work in the provision of the Services and who are/will be the subject of a Relevant Transfer by virtue of the application of the TUPE Regulations.

  • Key Employees means key officers or employees as set forth in Exhibit C hereto.

  • School employee means (1) a teacher, substitute teacher, school administrator, school superintendent, guidance counselor, psychologist, social worker, nurse, physician, school paraprofessional or coach employed by a local or regional board of education or working in a public elementary, middle or high school; or (2) any other individual who, in the performance of his or her duties, has regular contact with students and who provides services to or on behalf of students enrolled in a public elementary, middle or high school, pursuant to a contract with the local or regional board of education.