Annual Incentive Plan. Upon Executive’s Date of Termination, Executive’s entitlement to any award under the applicable annual incentive plan (“AIP”) sponsored by Sears, shall be determined in accordance with the terms and conditions of the AIP document regarding termination of employment.
Annual Incentive Plan. Executive shall be entitled to participate fully in the Company's 1996 Management Incentive Compensation Plan, as amended (the "MICP"), and as may be further amended, modified, or replaced, from time to time, in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein and therein.
Annual Incentive Plan. During the Employment Term, Executive shall participate in any annual incentive plan sponsored by Premier or a “Related Company” (as defined in Section 13) (the “Annual Plan”) applicable to Executive or other similarly situated senior executive level employees, in accordance with the terms and conditions of such Annual Plans as they may be established, modified, changed, replaced or terminated from time to time. The Parties further agree that for Fiscal Year 2014, Executive’s Target incentive opportunity in the Annual Plan shall equal 100% of Executive’s plan year earnings as defined in the Annual Plan.
Annual Incentive Plan. In addition to the Base Salary, during the Term, the Executive will have an annual incentive opportunity target equal to 60% of the Executive’s Base Salary for the year. The amount of the annual incentive (“Bonus”) for any year may be more or less than the target amount, but not more than 120% of the Executive’s Base Salary for the year, and will be determined, in its sole discretion, by the Compensation Committee based upon certain performance measures which shall be approved by the Compensation Committee in its discretion and communicated to the Executive by the end of each February during the Term. The Bonus for a year will be determined and payable by March 15 of the following year.
Annual Incentive Plan. Upon occurrence of the Leave, Executive’s entitlement to any award under the applicable annual incentive plan sponsored by OSH or an OSH Affiliate (“AIP”), shall be determined in accordance with the terms and conditions of the AIP document regarding termination of employment (as if such termination of employment occurred on the first day of the Leave).
Annual Incentive Plan. Executive shall be eligible to participate in either the Company’s 1996 Management Incentive Compensation Plan or 2003 Management Incentive Compensation Plan, as applicable, or any replacement plan, and as such plans may be further amended, modified, or terminated, from time to time (the “MICP”), in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein and therein.
Annual Incentive Plan. Executive represents and certifies that Executive has carefully reviewed the Company's 2003 Management Annual Incentive Plan (the "Annual Incentive Plan"), a copy of which is attached as Exhibit B hereto and is entering into this Agreement in reliance upon the benefits provided thereunder. For purposes of the Annual Incentive Plan, the "Target Bonus Percentage" (as defined in the Annual Incentive Plan) will be 25%.
Annual Incentive Plan. Executive shall be eligible to participate in the Company’s Annual Incentive Plan, through which the Company awards performance-based cash bonuses on an annual calendar year basis provided the Company achieves performance targets established by the Company’s management and approved by the Compensation Committee of the Board for such calendar year. Executive shall be eligible to participate at a target bonus level as determined by the Compensation Committee of the Board from time to time, which shall be no less than 75% of his Base Salary. Executive’s participation in such plan shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the plan as then in effect.
Annual Incentive Plan. In addition to CEO’s base Annual Salary, if CEO is employed by USPB on the last day of any employment year (except as otherwise provided in this Agreement), CEO shall be paid an annual incentive compensation, (“Annual Incentive”) equal to seventy-five one hundredths of a percent (0.75%) of the sum of the total financial benefits to USPB (“USPB Total Benefits”) that exceed $25,000,000. USPB Total Benefits are: (1) audited fiscal year-end USPB earnings before tax; and (2) the USPB grid premiums which is the net sum of all USPB unitholder and associate grid premiums and discounts calculated through all USPB grids at all plants, taking into account all calculators including, but not limited to, base price, dressing percent, quality grade, outlier cattle, A/V, Natural, per head category premiums, and other specific categories, less the base price calculator excluding any set base price premium. (Example, if 25 cents per cwt. is paid to a unitholder or associate for one head of cattle over the western Kansas reported USDA average, then 25 cents per cwt. times the weight of the head of cattle would be added to the net grid premium.) This calculation shall be based on the actual cattle delivered by USPB unitholders and associates to National Beef Packing Company, LLC or its successor under the Cattle Purchase and Sale Agreement. In no event shall the nondelivery penalties paid by members be included in the net sum of all USPB member grid premiums under clause (2) above. The Annual Incentive is subject to the following: