Compensation and Benefits Payable Sample Clauses

Compensation and Benefits Payable 
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  • Compensation and Benefits As compensation for all services performed by the Executive under and during the term hereof and subject to performance of the Executive’s duties and of the obligations of the Executive to the Company and its Affiliates, pursuant to this Agreement or otherwise:

  • Other Compensation and Benefits Except as may be provided under this Agreement,

  • ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS The Executive shall receive the following additional compensation and welfare and fringe benefits:

  • Accrued Compensation and Benefits Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in Section 2 and 3 above, in connection with any termination of employment upon or following a Change in Control (whether or not a Qualifying Termination or CIC Qualifying Termination), the Company or its subsidiary shall pay Executive’s earned but unpaid base salary and other vested but unpaid cash entitlements for the period through and including the termination of employment, including unused earned vacation pay and unreimbursed documented business expenses incurred by Executive prior to the date of termination (collectively “Accrued Compensation and Expenses”), as required by law and the applicable Company or its subsidiary, as applicable, plan or policy. In addition, Executive shall be entitled to any other vested benefits earned by Executive for the period through and including the termination date of Executive’s employment under any other employee benefit plans and arrangements maintained by the Company or its subsidiary, as applicable, in accordance with the terms of such plans and arrangements, except as modified herein (collectively “Accrued Benefits”). Any Accrued Compensation and Expenses to which the Executive is entitled shall be paid to the Executive in cash as soon as administratively practicable after the termination, and, in any event, no later than two and one-half (2-1/2) months after the end of the taxable year of the Executive in which the termination occurs or at such earlier time as may be required by applicable law or Section 10 below, and to such lesser extent as may be mandated by Section 9 below. Any Accrued Benefits to which the Executive is entitled shall be paid to the Executive as provided in the relevant plans and arrangements.

  • Compensation and Benefit Plans Except as required by applicable Law, the Company shall not and shall not permit its Subsidiaries to: (i) increase the wages, salaries, or incentive compensation or incentive compensation opportunities of any director, officer, employee or full time individual independent contractor of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries; provided that such increases in cash compensation shall be permitted for any individual who is not a director or senior executive of the Company in the ordinary course of business, but the aggregate amount of all such increases among all such individuals shall not exceed $500,000 (on an annualized basis); (ii) increase or accelerate the accrual rate, vesting, or timing of payment or funding of, any compensation, severance, retention, benefits or other rights of any current or former director, employee or full time individual independent contractor of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or otherwise pay any amount to which any current or former director, employee or full time individual independent contractor of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries is not entitled; (iii) establish, adopt, amend, or become a party to any new employment, severance, retention, change in control, or consulting agreement or any employee benefit or compensation plan, program, commitment, policy, practice, arrangement, or agreement or amend, suspend or terminate any Company Employee Benefit Plan; provided that this clause shall not prohibit the Company or its Subsidiaries from (A) establishing a “top up retention pool” with costs not to exceed $2 million in the aggregate, based on the plan mutually agreed to by Parent and the Company, pursuant to which participants will be eligible to receive a retention payment subject to their continued employment with the Company through the 30th day following the Effective Date (such date, the “Retention Date”) (with participants remaining eligible to receive such payment in the event he or she is terminated without “cause” following the Effective Date but prior to the Retention Date), with the participants and individual awards thereunder as discussed and agreed to by Parent’s Chief Executive Officer, based on recommendations provided to Parent by the Company’s Chief Executive Officer), or (B) hiring at-will employees to replace employees who have left employment of the Company, so long as such hiring (and the applicable employment terms) is consistent with past practice; (iv) modify any Company Option, Company Restricted Stock Unit, or other equity-based award (except to the extent required by Section 2.15 and Section 2.16 of this Agreement); (v) make any discretionary contributions or payments to any trust or other funding vehicle or pay any discretionary premiums in respect of benefits under any Company Employee Benefit Plan; or (vi) establish, adopt, enter into, amend, suspend or terminate any collective bargaining agreement or other contract with any labor union, except as required by the terms of any collective bargaining agreement or other contract with any labor union in effect on the date hereof.

  • Compensation and Benefits Upon Termination (a) If Executive’s employment is terminated by reason of death or Disability, the Company shall pay Executive’s Base Salary, at the rate then in effect, in accordance with the payroll policies of the Company, through the date of such termination (in the event of Executive’s death, the payments will be made to Executive’s beneficiaries or legal representatives) and Executive shall not be entitled to any further Base Salary or any applicable bonus, benefits or other compensation for that year or any future year, except as may be provided in Sections 5(d) or (e) below or an applicable benefit plan or program, or to any severance compensation of any kind, nature or amount.

  • Vacation and Benefits The Executive is entitled to four (4) weeks of vacation, which will accrue on a pro-rata basis during the employment year, in addition to all public holidays when the office is closed. Executive will be eligible to participate in all employee benefit plans established by the Company for its employees from time to time, subject to general eligibility and participation provisions set forth in such plans. In accordance with Company policies from time to time and subject to proper documentation, the Company will reimburse you for all reasonable and proper travel and business expenses incurred by you in the performance of your duties.

  • Compensation and Fringe Benefits (a) The Company shall, during the Term of Employment, pay to the Executive as compensation for the performance of his duties and obligations a salary of $240,000 per annum. This compensation is subject to annual review and adjustment, as appropriate in the judgment of the Company. The compensation payable pursuant to this Section 5(a) shall be payable in equal semi-monthly installments on the last day of each such pay period.

  • Compensation Benefits In accordance with Section 142 of the State Finance Law, this contract shall be void and of no force and effect unless the Contractor shall provide and maintain coverage during the life of this contract for the benefit of such employees as are required to be covered by the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law.

  • Severance Payments and Benefits For purposes of this Agreement, the term "Severance Payments and Benefits" shall mean:

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