Employee Issues. To Seller's knowledge, no employees of Seller are members of any union. Within ten (10) days after Franchisor approval of Buyer as a Ford and Mazda dealer, Seller shall provide to Buyer the following: (i) a list of Seller's employees, (ii) a written disclosure of all benefits made available to Seller's employees (including qualified and non-qualified retirement plans), and (iii) access to all personnel files for seller's employees, unless the providing of such information would, in Seller's reasonable discretion, be prohibited by State or Federal law. All employee benefit plans maintained by Seller for its employees shall be fully funded prior to Closing. Seller shall pay all wages, commissions, accrued vacation pay and other accrued compensation earned by Seller's employees prior to Closing (together with all accrued FICA and withholding taxes). Seller shall terminate the employment of all of Seller's employees effective as of the close of business on the Closing Date. At Buyer's sole discretion, Buyer may (but shall not be obligated to) hire any of Seller's employees. Seller will not, for a period of two years following Closing, employ or offer employment to any of Seller's terminated employees unless Buyer shall fail to employ such employees or shall subsequently terminate such employees.
Employee Issues. No current employee of any TPT Corporation is subject to any Contract restricting him or her from performing his or her duties for any TPT Corporation.
Employee Issues. Buyer agrees that the employees of Seller specifically listed on Schedule 3.15 and those hired after June 30, 1999 in the ordinary course of business shall be offered employment with the LLC upon the Closing Date. The parties expressly acknowledge that this Agreement is not intended to create a contract between Buyer, Seller or any affiliated business entity of either and that no employee of the Seller may rely on this Agreement as the basis for any breach of contract claim against Buyer, Seller or any of affiliated business entity of either. Neither Buyer nor Seller shall in any manner be responsible or liable for administration or the payment of any benefit under any plans maintained by the other party after Closing. Except as set forth in Schedule 6.02, neither Buyer nor the LLC shall assume, maintain or continue any Pension Plan, Welfare Plan or Other Plan of Seller or any of its Affiliates following Closing. With respect to any Pension Plan, Welfare Plan or Other Plan assumed by Buyer or the LLC following Closing as set forth in Schedule 6.02 (the "Assumed Plans"), the parties acknowledge and agree that (i) Buyer or the LLC shall only perform the duties and obligations of the employer-sponsor and plan administrator following the Closing and that Seller shall remain liable following Closing for any violations of applicable law or breaches of fiduciary duty or other obligations (other than the Buyer's Health Plan Obligation and Buyer's COBRA Obligation, defined below) that occurred (irrespective of when known) with respect to such plans prior to Closing; and (ii) neither Shareholders nor Seller shall be liable and neither Shareholders nor Seller shall be deemed to assume any liability, following Closing, for any benefits or coverage under such plans, or for any violations of applicable law or breaches of fiduciary duty or other obligations that occur (irrespective of when known) with respect to such plans on or after Closing. With respect to the group medical and dental plan assumed by the LLC as set forth in Schedule 6.02, the parties acknowledge and agree that (a) Buyer and the LLC shall pay and shall be liable for any and all medical and dental expenses or other expenses and liabilities payable in accordance with the terms of such plan that were incurred prior to, on or after Closing (irrespective of whether or not a claim has been made as of such time) (the "Buyer's Health Plan Obligation"); (b) neither Buyer nor the LLC shall be liable for any medi...
Employee Issues. Between the date hereof and the Closing, IBC shall be afforded the reasonable opportunity to interview and meet with the employees of LFC and the LFC Subsidiaries and to provide training to, and such information as is reasonably necessary with respect to terms of continued employment for, such employees of LFC and the LFC Subsidiaries who will remain or are expected to remain employees immediately after the Effective Time, which terms of employment may be amended thereafter by IBC in its sole discretion. LFC shall terminate the 401(k) Plan maintained by LFC effective as of the day prior to the Effective Time. All of the other employee benefit plans and programs maintained by LFC and any of its Subsidiaries shall be terminated effective as of the Effective Time. Prior to the Effective Time, LFC shall amend the ESOP to provide that distributions to participants from such plan may be made in lump sum payments in the form of cash and/or employer stock as defined in such plan. IBC presently intends that, except to the extent that may be required by law, after the Merger, neither IBC or its Subsidiaries, LFC, the LFC Subsidiaries nor the Surviving Corporation will make additional contributions to the employee benefit plans or other programs that were sponsored by LFC or any of the LFC Subsidiaries at any time prior to the Merger. At and following the Effective Time, IBC shall take all actions necessary to complete the dissolution and winding up of the employee benefit plans maintained by LFC and the LFC Subsidiaries which are terminated at or before the Effective Time; provided, however, that with respect to terminated deferred compensation plans, IBC shall distribute accrued vested benefits according to the terms of such plans; provided further; that with respect to the Section 125 Plan maintained by LFC or the LFC Subsidiaries, IBC agrees to maintain such plan from the Effective Time through December 31, 2004, for the benefit of the employees of LFC and the LFC Subsidiaries who are employed by IBC or any of its Subsidiaries after the Effective Time. IBC agrees that the employees of LFC and the LFC Subsidiaries who are retained as employees of IBC will be entitled effective as of the Effective Time to participate as newly hired employees in the employee benefit plans and programs maintained for employees of IBC and its affiliates, in accordance with the respective terms of such plans and programs; provided, however, that within thirty days following the Effecti...
Employee Issues. No employees of Seller are members of any union. Within 10 days after the date of this Agreement, Seller shall provide a Buyer the following: (i) a census of Seller's employees related to Seller's Business that will be subject to this subparagraph ("Seller's Covered Employees"), (ii) a written disclosure of all benefits made available to Seller's employees (including qualified or non-qualified retirement plans, and (iii) access to all personnel files for Seller's Covered Employees. All employee benefit plans maintained by Seller for Seller's covered Employees shall be fully funded prior to Closing. Seller shall pay all wages, commissions, accrued vacation pay and other accrued compensation earned by Seller's Covered Employee prior to Closing (together with all accrued FICA and withholding taxes). Seller shall terminate the employment of all of Seller's Covered Employees effective as of the close of business on the Closing Date. At Buyer's sole discretion, Buyer may (but shall not be obligated to) hire any of Seller's Covered Employees. Seller will not, for a period of two years following Closing, employ or offer employment to any of Seller's Covered Employees who were an employee of Seller's Business at any time within the 180 day period immediately preceding Closing unless either: (1) Buyer consents in Writing to Seller's employment of that employee, or (2) a period of at least 6 months shall have elapsed since the later of: (i) the date of Closing, or (ii) the last date when that employee is employed by Buyer.
Employee Issues. 11.1 The Buyer agrees with the Sellers that the employees of the Group Companies, so long as they continue employment with the Group Companies following Completion at the relevant time (“Continuing Employees”), shall, for a period of one year following the Completion Date, be entitled to receive: (a) base pay and target cash bonus opportunities similar but no less favorable in the aggregate than the base pay and target cash bonus opportunities to which they were entitled immediately prior to the date of this Agreement; and (b) employee pension and welfare benefits that are reasonably comparable, but not less favorable in the aggregate, to those in place as of the date of this Agreement.
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Employee Issues. (a) Schedule 13.11(a) contains a true, correct and complete list of all employees (listed by job classification) of Seller involved solely in the GA Business as of the date of this Agreement (collectively, the “Business Personnel”), and a description of the rate and nature of all compensation payable to each such individual. Schedule 13.11(a) also lists those Business Personnel who as of the date of this Agreement are inactive, on worker’s compensation, or on family, medical or any other leave of absence, and any Business Personnel who perform light duty or have work restrictions. Except as set forth on Schedule 13.11(a), the employment of all Business Personnel is terminable at will. Seller has no unsatisfied liability to any previously-terminated Business Personnel.
Employee Issues. Each Party shall negotiate in good faith an agreement providing that employees of the other Party working for VentureCo (either on a part-time or full-time basis) shall be made available full-time to VentureCo for such period as is reasonably required up to three months to effect an orderly transition following the termination of this Agreement. The Parties shall use their reasonable best efforts to make all such employees available on this basis.
Employee Issues. (i) The following procedure shall be observed to address shortcomings in an employee’s work performance, including punctuality and attendance: Depending on the seriousness of the situation, the situation will be discussed between the supervisor and the employee. Depending on the seriousness of the issue, if the matter is resolved then, it will rest there. If the matter or the employee’s performance is serious enough to warrant counseling, a warning or more serious action, then the union delegate or such person as the employee concerned may nominate, then that person may participate as witness. The outcome of such proceeding will be recorded and a copy provided to the employee.