DWAC ELIGIBLE The Common Stock must be DWAC Eligible and not subject to a “DTC chill.”
Determination of Eligibility The Plan Administrator shall determine the eligibility of each Employee for participation in the Plan based upon information furnished by the Employer. Such determination shall be conclusive and binding upon all persons, as long as the same is made pursuant to the Plan and the ERISA. Such determination shall be subject to review per Section 7.14.
Special Eligibility The following employees also receive an Employer Contribution:
Distribution Eligibility Shares issued in a Fund after receipt of a completed purchase order shall be eligible to receive distributions of the Fund at the time specified in the prospectus pursuant to which the Shares are offered.
Holiday Eligibility Except as otherwise provided in this Article, an employee must be in paid status on the working day immediately preceding or succeeding the holiday to be paid for the holiday.
Benefit Eligibility 1. Eligibility for increased entitlements to sick leave, vacation and longevity shall be determined by the total amount of service commencing with appointment to a permanent budgeted position.
General Eligibility 1. Except as provided in #2 below, a teacher who received an evaluation rating of ineffective or improvement necessary in the prior school year is not eligible for any salary increase and remains at their prior year salary.
Employee Eligibility For purposes of this section, “eligible employee” shall be defined by the Public Employees’ Medical and Hospital Care Act.
Vacation Eligibility To be eligible for full vacation pay, an employee must have been a full-time employee and received pay during all available work hours during the year preceding his/her anniversary date or have received a paid leave during the same period. If an employee has any unpaid time during the twelve
Student Eligibility A. The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requires mandatory assessment for all students to determine college readiness in reading, writing and math. The bill authorizes the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to prescribe assessment instruments with a statewide passing standard. The initiative allows an institution to determine when a student is ready to perform college‐level coursework. High School students who seek to register in a dual credit course, which will grant college credit must prove “college readiness” by achieving a college level score as outlined in Appendix A.