RESPECT Sample Clauses

RESPECT. Subject to the agency determination provided for in section 413.036, F.S., the following statement applies: IT IS EXPRESSLY UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THAT ANY ARTICLES THAT ARE THE SUBJECT OF, OR REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT, THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE PURCHASED FROM A NONPROFIT AGENCY FOR THE BLIND OR FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED THAT IS QUALIFIED PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 413, FLORIDA STATUTES, IN THE SAME MANNER AND UNDER THE SAME PROCEDURES SET FORTH IN SECTION 413.036(1) AND (2), FLORIDA STATUTES; AND FOR PURPOSES OF THIS CONTRACT THE PERSON, FIRM, OR OTHER BUSINESS ENTITY CARRYING OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE STATE AGENCY INSOFAR AS DEALINGS WITH SUCH QUALIFIED NONPROFIT AGENCY ARE CONCERNED. Additional information about RESPECT and the commodities or contractual services it offers is available at https://www.respectofflorida.org.
RESPECT. 1. Parties shall consider whether the insights gleaned from use of the data could unfairly limit an individual’s or a community’s opportunities‌
RESPECT. The Board has adopted policies and administrative guidelines that provide protections to teachers who believe they have been subjected to a hostile or offensive work environment, discrimination, unlawful harassment and other forms of misconduct. Such policies and administrative guidelines may be accessed online at www.valleyview.k12.oh.
RESPECT. DRAFT All employees will be treated with respect by supervisors, managers and other employees of the Employer. Bullying will not be tolerated. The Employer will follow a formal complaint process, investigate complaints submitted in accordance with the policy, and take action it determines is appropriate to ensure compliance with this article. If any of the following occur, an employee may file a grievance at Step 2: The Employer fails to investigate, make findings and take such action as it deems appropriate within 30 days of the filing of the complaint (such timeline may be extended by mutual agreement based on the circumstances of the investigation); the Employer finds that the complaint is not substantiated; or the Employer’s action does not result in a cessation of conduct in violation of this article. In the case of an arbitration over whether or not a complaint is substantiated, the Arbitrator’s authority is limited to finding that the complaint should have been substantiated and directing the Employer to take action it determines is appropriate to ensure compliance with this article.
RESPECT a. All Adult Leaders should be given respect by all Scouts. Directions given by Adult Leaders must be obeyed for the good of all Scouts. Failure to do so may result in parental notification and possibly dismissal from that Scouting function.
RESPECT. Partners will respect the research and focus of different members of the Partnership.
RESPECT. Aboriginal culture is respected and the perspectives and strengths of Aboriginal communities are valued, heard and influential.
RESPECT. The Company’s greatest strength lies in the talent and ability of its associates. Since working in partnership is vital to RenovaCare’s continued success, mutual respect must be the basis for all work relationships. Engaging in behavior that ridicules, belittles, intimidates, threatens or demeans, affects productivity, can negatively impact the Company’s reputation and may violate the law. You are expected to treat others with the same respect and dignity that any reasonable person may wish to receive, creating a work environment that is inclusive, supportive and free of harassment and unlawful discrimination.
RESPECT. The Commonwealth and MOSES agree that mutual respect between and among managers, employees, co-workers and supervisors is integral to the efficient conduct of the Commonwealth’s business. Behaviors that contribute to a hostile, humiliating or intimidating work environment, including abusive language or behavior, are unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Employees who believe they are subject to such behavior, and who want to pursue the matter, shall raise their concerns with an appropriate manager or supervisor as soon as possible, but no later than ninety (90) days from the occurrence of the most recent incident(s). In the event the employee(s) concerns have been formally raised at the Agency level and are not addressed within a reasonable period of time, the employee or MOSES may file a grievance at step 3 of the grievance procedure as set forth in Article 23A. (Notice shall be sent concurrently to the Agency Head or designee). If an employee, or MOSES, requests a hearing at step 3, such hearing shall be granted. Grievances filed under this section shall not be subject to the arbitration provisions set forth in Article 23A. No employee shall be subject to discrimination for filing a complaint, giving a statement, or otherwise participating in the administration of this process.