Continuous Employment Sample Clauses

Continuous Employment. For purposes of this Agreement, the continuous employment of the Grantee with the Company or a Subsidiary shall not be deemed to have been interrupted, and the Grantee shall not be deemed to have ceased to be an employee of the Company or Subsidiary, by reason of (a) the transfer of the Grantee’s employment among the Company and its Subsidiaries or (b) an approved leave of absence.
Continuous Employment. For purposes of this Agreement, the continuous employment of the Employee with the Company shall include employment with a Subsidiary Company, Parent Company or Affiliated Entity, and shall not be deemed to have been interrupted, and the Employee shall not be deemed to have ceased to be an employee of the Company by reason of the transfer of the Employee’s employment among the Company, a Subsidiary Company, Parent Company or Affiliated Entity.
Continuous Employment. So long as the Employee remains continuously employed (including during the continuance of any leave of absence as approved by the Company or an Affiliate) by the Company or an Affiliate, then the Restricted Shares and Restricted Mutual Fund Shares will vest in the numbers and on the dates specified in their respective Vesting Schedules in the Notice of Grant. Except as otherwise provided herein, if and when the Employee’s employment with the Company or an Affiliate terminates, whether by the Employee or by the Company (or an Affiliate), voluntarily or involuntarily, for any reason, then, in accordance with Section 5 of this Agreement, the Restricted Shares and Restricted Mutual Fund Shares shall cease vesting, the unvested Restricted Shares and Restricted Mutual Fund Shares as of the termination date shall be forfeited to the Company.
Continuous Employment. If Grantee’s employment with the Company or an Affiliate of the Company is terminated for any reason, except as provided below, Grantee’s Restricted Stock shall automatically expire and terminate, and shall be forfeited to the Company, on the date of Termination of Grantee’s Employment. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Lapse Date of the Restricted Stock may be accelerated (by notice in writing) by the Company in its sole discretion at any time. “Termination of Grantee’s Employment” shall mean the last date that Grantee is either an employee of the Company or an Affiliate or engaged as a consultant or director of the Company or an Affiliate.
Continuous Employment. Continuous Employment" shall commence on the date a nurse begins to serve a probationary period. Continuous employment shall be interrupted only by separation because of resignation, termination for just cause, failure to return upon expiration of a leave of absence, failure to respond to a recall from layoff, or retirement. In the case of a nurse working under a provisional appointment, continuous employment shall be credited back to the date of hire at the time a nurse begins to serve a probationary period in the classification. Continuous employment shall include time on layoff. When a nurse is exercising bumping rights, or is demoting, or is transferring, Classification Seniority in the class to which the nurse is bumping, demoting or transferring shall include Classification Seniority in all related higher or related equally paid classes in the bargaining unit in which the nurse has previously served provided such continuous employment is in the same department. Also, if the title of the nurse's classification is changed, seniority in the retitled class shall include the continuous employment in the original class.
Continuous Employment. Except as provided in Section 3 or in Appendix A, the Shares shall be released on the Release Date only if the Recipient is continuously employed by the Company, or if different, the Recipient’s employer (the “Employer”), or an Affiliate from the Award Date until the Release Date.
Continuous Employment. “Continuous employment” shall be broken by resignation, discharge, termination or written notice of layoff.
Continuous Employment. Leave granted in accordance with this Article is included in the calculation of “continuous employment” for the purpose of severance pay, vacation leave, sick leave, personal days, vacation entitlements and increases in rates of pay. Employees shall be deemed to have received pay for at least ten (10) days in each calendar month they are on leave.
Continuous Employment. So long as the Grantee continues to be an employee of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, he or she shall not be considered to have experienced a termination of employment because of: (a) any temporary leave of absence approved in writing by the Company or such Subsidiary; or (b) any change of duties or position (including transfer from one Subsidiary to another); provided, however, that, in the case of any change of duties or position that results in the Grantee no longer being an executive of the Company or a Subsidiary, the terms of Section 6(e) shall apply.