Employees and Independent Contractors Sample Clauses

Employees and Independent Contractors. Party agrees that it shall comply with the laws of the State of Vermont with respect to the appropriate classification of its workers and service providers as “employees” and “independent contractors” for all purposes, to include for purposes related to unemployment compensation insurance and workers compensation coverage, and proper payment and reporting of wages. Party agrees to ensure that all of its subcontractors or sub-grantees also remain in legal compliance as to the appropriate classification of “workers” and “independent contractors” relating to unemployment compensation insurance and workers compensation coverage, and proper payment and reporting of wages. Party will on request provide to the Agency of Human Services information pertaining to the classification of its employees to include the basis for the classification. Failure to comply with these obligations may result in termination of this Agreement.
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Employees and Independent Contractors. The Seller has provided the Buyer prior to the Closing Date with a true and correct list including the name, salary or compensation (including without limitation all commission, override or bonus arrangements), vacation and sick leave policies or other benefits, job description and original employment or contract date of all current employees and independent contractors of the Business based upon the most recently processed information, and the accrued and/or earned vacation time of all employees and, to the Selling Parties' knowledge, the dates and information concerning any previous salary or compensation change or adjustment and the reasons therefor for each such current employee.
Employees and Independent Contractors. Schedule 3.16 is a list of all of the employees of the Acquired Companies and (a) their titles or responsibilities; (b) their social security numbers; (c) their dates of hire; (d) their current salaries or wages and all bonuses, commissions and incentives paid at any time during the past twelve months; (e) their last compensation changes and the dates on which such changes were made; (f) any specific bonus, commission or incentive plans or agreements for or with them; and (g) any outstanding loans or advances made to them. Schedule 3.16 is a list of all sales representatives and independent subcontractors or contractors engaged by the Acquired Companies and (a) their payment arrangements (if not set forth in a Contract listed or described on Schedule 3.15); and (b) brief description of their jobs or projects currently in progress. Except as limited by any Contracts listed on Schedule 3.15 and except for any limitations of general application which may be imposed under applicable employment Laws, each of the Acquired Companies has the right to terminate the employment of each of its employees at will and to terminate the engagement of any of its independent contractors without payment to such employee or independent contractor other than for services rendered through termination and without incurring any penalty or liability other than liability for severance pay and benefits in accordance with such company's disclosed severance pay policy and benefits due terminated employees. Neither the Transactions, nor the termination of the employment of any employees of any of the Acquired Companies prior to or following the consummation of the Transactions could result in any of the Acquired Companies making or being required to make any "excess parachute payment" as that term is defined in Section 280G of the Code. To the knowledge of CTC, each of the Acquired Companies is in full compliance in all material respects with all Laws respecting employment practices. None of the Acquired Companies has ever been a party to or bound by any union, collective bargaining or similar Contract, nor is any such Contract currently in effect or being negotiated by or on behalf of any of the Acquired Companies. Since the respective incorporation or formation dates of each of the Acquired Companies, none of the Acquired Companies has experienced any labor problem that was or is material to it. Except as set forth on Schedule 3.16, each of the Acquired Companies' current and past emp...
Employees and Independent Contractors. Manager shall be responsible for its employees and shall use reasonable care in selecting and supervising independent contractors. All matters pertaining to the employment, supervision, compensation, promotion, and discharge of Manager’s employees are the responsibility of Manager, and Manager shall be liable to such employees for their compensation (in whatever form or amount such compensation may be). Owner shall never be the employer of such employees, nor shall Owner ever be directly responsible for their compensation. Manager shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations relating to workmen’s compensation, social security, unemployment insurance, hours of labor, wages, working conditions, and other employer-employee related matters. Manager shall be responsible for negotiating the terms of contracts with and overseeing the performance of contractors.
Employees and Independent Contractors. (a) The Transferee will, effective as of the Employee Transfer Date and on terms and conditions (including remuneration and benefits, if any) which in the aggregate are similar to those which they presently enjoy, (i) employ from and after such time the Employees and (ii) retain from and after the Employee Transfer Date the Independent Contractors.
Employees and Independent Contractors. Schedule 4.14 contains a true and complete list of all of the Business Employees (whether full-time, part-time or otherwise) and all of the Independent Contractors, in each case as of the date hereof, specifying their position, status, annual salary, hourly wages or consulting or other independent contractor fees, as applicable, date of hire (or entry into an independent contractor agreement), work location, length of service, hours of service, respectively, together with a notation next to the name of any employee or independent contractor on such list who is subject to any written Employment Agreement aside from the CBAs. The Sellers have provided to the Purchaser true, correct and complete copies of each such Employment Agreement. To the Sellers’ Knowledge, except as set forth in the Employment Agreements or the CBAs, neither Seller nor any of their respective Affiliates has made a binding commitment (written or otherwise) to any Business Employee or Independent Contractor with respect to compensation, promotion, retention, termination, or severance in connection with the transaction contemplated by this Agreement. Neither Seller has received a pending claim from any Governmental Entity to the effect that such Seller has improperly classified as an independent contractor any Person named as an Independent Contractor on Schedule 4.14. Unless otherwise indicated on Schedule 4.14, and except in connection with the JCO RIF, as of the date hereof, no Business Employee or Independent Contractor has given written notice, or has been given notice by either Seller or any of its respective Affiliates, of an intent to terminate his or her employment or independent contractor relationship with either Seller or any of its respective Affiliates. The records of the Sellers accurately reflect employment histories of all Business Employees, including their hours of service, and all such data is maintained in a usable form.
Employees and Independent Contractors. Except as limited by any written employment or severance Contracts listed in Schedules 5 of Exhibit A and except for any limitations of general application which may be imposed under applicable employment Laws, Seller has the right to terminate the employment of each employee of the Business at will and without incurring any penalty or liability other than Retained Liabilities. Each Seller is in compliance with all Laws respecting employment practices, except where the failure to so comply would not have a Material Adverse Effect.
Employees and Independent Contractors. (a) Except as set forth on Schedule 4.11(a), the Company has no employees or independent contractors. The Company is not a party to any employment agreements.
Employees and Independent Contractors. 3.15.1 Schedule 3.15 contains an accurate and complete list of all of the employees of the Company (including any employee of the Company who is on a leave of absence or on layoff status) and (i) their titles or responsibilities; (ii) their social security numbers and principal residence address; (iii) their dates of hire; (iv) their current salaries or wages and all bonuses, commissions and incentives paid at any time during the past twelve months; (v) their last compensation changes and the dates on which such changes were made; and (vi) any specific bonus, commission or incentive plans or agreements for or with them.
Employees and Independent Contractors. Section 2.15 of the Target Disclosure Schedule contains, as of the date hereof, a true, complete and correct list of (a) all persons employed by Target, including each such person’s job title, annual base salary, bonuses and benefit, perquisite or other compensation arrangements outside of the Target Employee Plans, (b) all persons who perform services for Target pursuant to any agreement(s) between Target and any employment agency or employee leasing agency (which persons shall be deemed “employees” of Target for all purposes of this Agreement), and (c) all independent contractors (defined as any individual who performs services for Target who is not treated as a common law employee for purposes of statutory withholdings and/or employment benefits) and consultants (collectively, “Independent Contractors”) of Target, each such person’s position and the total non-equity compensation, including base salary or wages, bonus, commissions, and all other available forms of non-equity compensation, payable to each such person, including all sales commission arrangements, programs and rates. All employees of Target are employed on an “at-will” basis. Section 2.15 of the Target Disclosure Schedule lists all written or oral employment agreements, offer letters, Independent Contractor agreements, consulting agreements or termination or severance agreements to which Target is or has been a party (including expired or terminated agreements which shall be noted on Section 2.15 of the Target Disclosure Schedule as expired or terminated). Target has provided true, correct and complete copies of all such agreements and letters to Acquiror. This Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby do not and will not violate any such employment agreement, offer letter, Independent Contractor agreement, consulting agreement or termination or severance agreement. Target is in compliance with all currently applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations respecting employment, non-discrimination in employment, terms and conditions of employment, wages, hours and occupational safety and health and employment practices, and has not engaged in any unfair labor practice. All individuals performing services for Target as Independent Contractors are, and at all times were, properly classified as Independent Contractors pursuant to all applicable regulations, including, but not limited to, I.R.S. Revenue Ruling 87-41, 1987-1 C.B. 296. Target has withheld all amounts required by ...