AMORFIX LIFE SCIENCES LTD a company incorporated under the laws of Canada having a business office care of TANZ Neurosciences Building, 6 Queen’s Park Crescent West, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 3H2; (the “Company”) AND: NEIL CASHMAN, having a business address care of [***];


  • Group Term Life Insurance The Welfare Plan will include Group Term Life Insurance in accordance with the following Table of Hourly Job Rate Brackets and corresponding coverages. Benefits will be payable as a result of death from any cause on a twenty-four (24) hour coverage basis.

  • Group Life Insurance Plan The Employer will pay 100% of the billed rates of premium for all eligible Employees for Basic Coverage in accordance with the Group Life Insurance Plan in effect at the date of ratification. Participation in this Plan is a condition of employment. Employees may elect to take additional coverage in accordance with the provisions and regulations governing optional coverage as specified in the Group Life Insurance Plan.

  • Group Life Insurance The Hospital shall contribute one hundred percent (100%) toward the monthly premium of HOOGLIP or other equivalent group life insurance plan in effect for eligible full-time employees in the active employ of the Hospital on the eligibility conditions set out in the existing Agreements.

  • Term Life Insurance During the Employment Term, and in addition to any other benefits to which Executive shall be entitled, the Company agrees to pay the premiums on a term life insurance contract covering the Executive that pays a death benefit of at least $906,000. The Company in its discretion shall select the term life insurance contract on which it will pay the premiums; but, the Executive shall be the owner of such contract and will be or will designate the beneficiary of such contract. The Company (i) will include and report such premium payments in the Executive’s taxable income to the extent required under applicable law and (ii) also will pay to the Executive an additional payment in an amount such that after payment by the Executive of all taxes imposed on the additional payment, the Executive retains an amount of the additional payment equal to the taxes imposed upon the Executive with respect to the Company’s payment of the premiums on the term life insurance contract. The amount of the additional payment shall be determined based on the Executive’s likely effective rates of federal, state and local income taxation for the calendar year in which the additional payment is to be made, net of the likely reduction in federal income taxes that is obtained from any deduction of state and local taxes. Executive agrees, for purposes of calculating the amount of the additional payment, to provide the Company such information as the Company may reasonably request to determine the amount of the additional payment and to cooperate with the Company in good faith in order to effectively make such determination. The Company shall hold all such information secret and confidential and shall not, without the prior written consent of the Executive or as otherwise may be required by law or legal process, communicate or divulge such information to anyone other than the Company and those in need of such information for purposes of determining the amount of the additional payment. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, in the event the term life insurance contract described herein extends beyond the termination of Executive’s employment with the Company, the Executive, and not the Company, shall be obligated to pay the premiums on such term life insurance contract accruing after the Executive’s termination of employment with the Company.

  • Safety Footwear Employees with exposure to foot hazards as determined by the Company’s Task Based Hazard R Assessment for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Safety Equipment must regularly wear safety footwear (safety shoes/boots) that meet the current national standards recognized by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and internal CenturyLink requirements found in Safety & Health Practice on Personal Protective Equipment. The Company, in its sole discretion, and in accordance with OSHA standards, will identify employees who will be required to wear safety footwear. Employees identified as needing safety footwear will be required to wear safety footwear at all times when performing their work assignments. Those employees will have the choice of wearing steel toe or composite toe safety footwear as long as it meets the current national standard. The requirement to wear safety footwear will cease when employees leave the position through transfer, promotion, retirement, separation, voluntary resignation or dismissal, or when safety footwear is no longer required. Since safety footwear can be utilized both on and off the job, employees are responsible for the purchase and maintenance of their safety footwear. The Company shall reimburse employees up to $300 during the life of the agreement for the purchase of safety footwear. For those employees that have only occasional exposure, a safety toe overshoe, at no cost, is available through the SAP/CART ordering process.

  • Small and medium-sized enterprises 1. The Parties will promote a favourable environment for the development of the small and medium enterprises (SME) on the basis of strengthening of the relevant private and governmental bodies, as well as the exchange of experiences and good practices with the SME. 2. Cooperation shall include, among other subjects: (a) the designing and development of mechanisms to encourage partnership and productive chain linkage development; (b) development of human resources and management skills to increase the knowledge of the Chinese and Peruvian markets; (c) defining and developing methods and strategies for clusters development; (d) increasing access to information regarding mandatory procedures and any other relevant information for an SME exporter; (e) defining technological transference: programs oriented to transfer technological innovation to SME and to improve their productivity; (f) increasing access to information on technological promotion programs for SME and financial support and encouragement programs for SME; (g) supporting new exporting SME (sponsorship, credits and guarantees, seed capital); and (h) encouraging partnership and information exchange for SME financing institutions (credits, banks, guarantee organizations, seed capital firms). 3. Cooperation shall be developed, among other activities, through: (a) information exchange; (b) conferences, seminars, experts dialogue and training programs with experts; and (c) promoting contacts between economic operators, encouraging opportunities for industrial and technical prospecting.

  • NCL CORPORATION LTD an exempted company incorporated under the laws of Bermuda with its registered office at Park Place, 55 Par-la-Ville Road, Hamilton HM11, Bermuda (the "Guarantor")

  • Bilingual Pay Where the Employer currently pays bilingual pay or bonuses, it shall continue to do so. The Employer retains discretion to initiate bilingual pay or bonuses. The minimum bilingual bonus or hourly equivalent is $25 per pay period. The Employer may not require an employee to use bilingual skills without paying the appropriate bonus or pay. This does not apply to employees where such skills are in the classification specification.

  • Mobility 14.01 The parties to this Agreement acknowledge that because of the extraordinary safety requirements of railroad work and the specialized nature of the work covered by this Agreement, it is necessary that the Employer have experienced and qualified employees and both parties shall cooperate to the end that all employees hired for work under this Agreement will be capable of performing such work in an experienced, efficient and safe manner.

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