Mutual Agreement definition

Mutual Agreement is defined to mean an agreement between the Union and the Employer.
Mutual Agreement means an agreement which has been arrived at between directly affected employees and PWC, without duress being applied to either party;
Mutual Agreement means any of the following:

Examples of Mutual Agreement in a sentence

  • The assessment is subject to a Mutual Agreement Procedure (“MAP”).

  • To approve the submission of the 2019-2022 Mutual Agreement of Commitment between the United Way of Berks County and the Berks County Intermediate Unit (BCIU), as a partner agency.

  • That the district governing board, or such representatives as it may designate, and the representatives of the Academic Senate shall have the obligation to reach Mutual Agreement by written resolution, regulation, or policy of the governing board effectuating such recommendations.

  • The Hong Kong enterprise can present its case to the Inland Revenue Department under Article 23 (Mutual Agreement Procedure) if its taxation treatment is not in accordance with the provisions of the Comprehensive Arrangement.

  • The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the process of how layoffs will take place, review the current seniority list, to determine whether the provisions of Letter of Understanding: Mutual Agreement to Adjust FTEs would apply and to discuss other relevant factors the Parties agree upon.

More Definitions of Mutual Agreement

Mutual Agreement means bargaining only with ratification by the Association and approval by the school corporation prior to any changes.
Mutual Agreement means an agreement entered into between the Fish Board or any other employer and the Union.
Mutual Agreement or “Mutual Consent” when used hereafter shall mean the assent of the majority of the members of each team.
Mutual Agreement for purposes of this Plan means that both you and Sun agree that your employment should terminate.
Mutual Agreement means between the Union and the Company unless otherwise stated.