Disabled Persons Sample Clauses

Disabled Persons. The Parties intend that any Employee who has, prior to the Distribution Date, become eligible to receive any long-term disability benefits pursuant to any third-party insurance policy applicable under any welfare benefit plan shall continue to be eligible to receive such benefits in accordance with the terms of such plan and policy.
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Disabled Persons. Any Chaparral Business Employee who is not on TXI’s payroll and is receiving long-term disability benefits as of the Cessation Time who is eligible to elect, pursuant to a TXI-sponsored continuation plan or rights under COBRA, or any comparable state law, to continue participation in any Welfare Plan.
Disabled Persons. First Data shall continue to be responsible after the Distribution Date for all claims for long-term disability incurred prior to the Distribution Date by any non-union Domestic Business Employee who is absent from active employment due to a total disability, as defined in the First Data Corporation Health and Welfare Benefit Plan, on or prior to the Distribution Date to the extent that such long-term disability benefits are provided under an insurance contract. First Data shall also be responsible for long-term disability benefits for any Domestic Business Employee who is receiving weekly short-term disability benefits as of the Distribution Date and who becomes eligible for long-term disability benefits thereafter, provided that the total disability relates to the same condition for which weekly short-term disability benefits were paid and, provided further, that such long-term disability benefits are payable under an insurance contract. Western Union shall assume and be solely responsible for all other claims for long-term disability payable on or after the Distribution Date with respect to any Business Employee and shall continue to be responsible for all claims for short-term disability benefits for any Domestic Business Employee, without regard to when the disability occurred.
Disabled Persons. It shall be the Consumer’s responsibility to disclose prior to booking to the Organiser any physical or mental condition of a member of his party which may be relevant and no liability shall attach to the Organiser for the provision of an unsuitable holiday for a disabled person where disclosure of the disability has not been made to the Retailer or to the Organiser where the booking has been made directly with the Organiser. The Organiser reserves the right to decline to provide a holiday for a disabled person where in the Organiser’s opinion that holiday would be inconsistent with the special needs of a disabled person.
Disabled Persons. Any Domestic Business Employee who is not on Kxxxxxxx-Xxxxx’x payroll and is receiving long-term disability benefits as of the Cessation Time who is eligible to elect, pursuant to a Kxxxxxxx-Xxxxx-sponsored continuation plan or rights under COBRA, or any comparable state law, to continue participation in any Welfare Plan.
Disabled Persons. Notwithstanding axxxxxxx xx xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxse to the contrary, all EDNC Personnel and construction personnel who are disabled to any extent shall enjoy the benefits of the easements provided hereby subject, however, to such reasonable limitations as Bayer's safety manager or safety director may approve, which approval must be requested in advance by EDNC. EXHIBIT E INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT AGREEMENT See attached copy. EXHIBIT F SERVICES AGREEMENT See attached copy.
Disabled Persons. The Concessionaire shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and all similar state, federal or local legislation, rules, regulations or ordinances.
Disabled Persons. The Employer may employ a person with a physical or mental disability on a part-time basis beyond the limits of Section 1.6. It is the intent and purpose of this stipulation to permit a person hired by the Employer who is physically or mentally unable to work an eight (8) hour day because of a physical or mental disability to be allowed continued employment beyond the one hundred twenty (120) working days.

Related to Disabled Persons

  • Disabled Employees If an employee becomes disabled with the result that he is unable to carry out the regular functions of his position, the Hospital may establish a special classification and salary with the hope of providing an opportunity of continued employment.

  • Special Maternity Allowance for Totally Disabled Employees (a) An employee who:

  • Special Parental Allowance for Totally Disabled Employees (a) An employee who:

  • Disabled If an employee becomes disabled with the result that he is unable to carry out the regular functions of his position, the Hospital may establish a special classification and salary with the hope of providing an opportunity of continued employment.

  • Covered Employees Employees with rights under this Article include permanent status employees and exclude provisional employees, employees in their original probationary periods and other employees who do not have permanent status. Employees with limited status, including employees who voluntarily accept a promotion, transfer, or demotion from a permanent position to a limited service position are also excluded; however, an employee with limited status in a limited service position has rights under this article with three (3) or more years of prior service as a Permanent status classified employee or after three (3) consecutive years in one (1) or more limited service position(s), or any combination of three

  • Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan Pension Program Members For purposes of this Section 2, “employee” means an employee who is employed by the State on or after August 29, 2003 and who is not eligible to receive benefits under ORS Chapter 238 for service with the State pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 733, Oregon Laws 2003.

  • Retired Employees A. Employees who retire under the Florida Retirement System shall be eligible, upon request, to receive on the same basis as other employees the following benefits at the University, subject to University Regulations and policies:

  • Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises This section is applicable if Contractor received a disabled veteran business enterprise (“DVBE”) incentive in connection with this Agreement. Contractor’s failure to meet the DVBE commitment set forth in its bid or proposal constitutes a breach of the Agreement. If Contractor used DVBE subcontractor(s) in connection with this Agreement: (i) Contractor must use the DVBE subcontractors identified in its bid or proposal, unless the Judicial Council approves in writing replacement by another DVBE subcontractor in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; and (ii) Contractor must within sixty (60) days of receiving final payment under this Agreement certify in a report to the Judicial Council: (1) the total amount of money Contractor received under the Agreement; (2) the name and address of each DVBE subcontractor to which Contractor subcontracted work in connection with the Agreement; (3) the amount each DVBE subcontractor received from Contractor in connection with the Agreement; and (4) that all payments under the Agreement have been made to the applicable DVBE subcontractors. A person or entity that knowingly provides false information shall be subject to a civil penalty for each violation.

  • Grandfathered Services Services identified in GTE Tariffs as grandfathered in any manner are available for resale only to end user customers that already have such grandfathered service. An existing end user customer may not move a grandfathered service to a new service location. Grandfathered services are subject to a resale discount.

  • Sick Leave Credit-Based Retirement Gratuities 1) A Teacher is not eligible to receive a sick leave credit gratuity after August 31, 2012, except a sick leave credit gratuity that the Teacher had accumulated and was eligible to receive as of that day.