Willing definition

Willing. : means willing an end. ‘An end’ includes an evaluation” (WP 260).
Willing as used here and throughout the Agreement, shall be interpreted to refer only to will- ingness based on physical fitness and shall not imply the right to make a choice between assignments. An employee who has not received notice of layoff may sign off any classification other than his original classification. When a layoff is declared, employees laid off or displaced shall have the right to exercise their seniority in related classifications in accordance with Appendix then in all classifications they have credited. Such employees will go to related classifications first prior to bumping into other classifications. Employees to be laid off who are eligible to dis- place other employees must indicate their deci- sion in writing prior to the end of the shift following notification in writing. Those employees being displaced and eligible to displace other employ- ees must give their notification in writing, within one hour. Employees who choose to exercise their seniority in case of layoff must satisfactorily perform the duties of related jobs within ten days within a minimum of sixteen hours. Refusal to exercise seniority rights at any step of the layoff procedure will result in layoff. Employees will be recalled to credited classifica- tions higher than the one refused. All lower clas- sifications including the one refused will be removed from the employee’s file. Employees will not be recalled to related classifi- cations. Transfer to related classifications applies only in case of layoff, and not in cases of recall. All classifications lost (after a refusal on layoff) will be reinstated on the employee’s file upon his return to work after being recalled to a credited classification. When there is an increase in the workforce all employees must return to their original classifica- tion held at time of original layoff, when an open. occurs, as seniority dictates or will be deemed to have quit their employ. On layoff, employee(s) can move into a related classification if he/they are in the main classifica- tion or if it is related to their original classification. In the application of seniority on layoff, and transfer, the Company will not be prevented from maintaining a work- ing force of employees who are able and willing to do the work which is available. Such Company action shall not be inconsistent with the above terms of this Article.

Examples of Willing in a sentence

  • S.H. Willing, M.M Tucherman and W.S. Hitchings IV, Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals: A Plan for Total Quality Control, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York 1998.

  • Commissioner Willing questioned if there was any recourse to recover from the Federal Government, due to the delays associated with the potential existence of the Tobacco Weed; delays which later contributed to the failure of the system and requiring emergency repairs, as we were unable to perform the work as planned.

  • Commissioner Willing moved that the Commission authorize the purchase of one (1) new 150kw Generator and appurtenances from Curtis Engine & Equipment, Inc., of Baltimore, Maryland, for a total cost of $49,835.25, as submitted in the Maryland Department of General Services Contract.

  • S.H. Willing, M.M Tucherman and W.S. Hitchings IV, Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals: A Plan for Total Quality Control, 2nd ed, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York 1998.

Related to Willing

  • Auction Manager means (a) the Administrative Agent or any of its Affiliates or (b) any other financial institution or advisor agreed by Borrower and Administrative Agent (whether or not an affiliate of the Administrative Agent) to act as an arranger in connection with any repurchases pursuant to Section 2.12(c) or Section 9.04(k).

  • Affected Financial Institution means (a) any EEA Financial Institution or (b) any UK Financial Institution.

  • Financial institution means a Custodial Institution, a Depository Institution, an Investment Entity, or a Specified Insurance Company.

  • Tenderer means any persons, partnership firm or company submitting a sum or sums in the Bills of Quantities in accordance with the Instructions to Tenderers, Conditions of Contract Parts I and II, Specifications, Drawings and Bills of Quantities for the work contemplated, acting directly or through a legally appointed representative.

  • Sell means to exchange a contract of insurance by any means, for money or its equivalent, on behalf of an insurance company.