Employees and Benefits (a) For a period beginning on the Closing Date and continuing until December 31, 2013 except as provided in Section 5.8(a) of the Seller Disclosure Letter, Parent shall, or shall cause the Surviving Corporation and the Subsidiaries to, provide all persons who are employed by the Company and the Subsidiaries (including ISG) as of the Closing Date (including those on temporary layoffs or approved leaves of absence) (“Continuing Employees”), with the salary, annual bonus opportunity and employee benefits that are substantially comparable to, in the aggregate, the salary, annual bonus opportunity and employee benefits being provided to each such Continuing Employee immediately before the Closing Date; provided, however, that nothing herein shall be deemed to preclude the Surviving Corporation and the Subsidiaries from amending or terminating any plan, program or arrangement, transitioning Continuing Employees to any employee benefit plan, program or arrangement of Parent, or terminating the employment of any Continuing Employee, and; provided, further, that nothing herein shall be deemed to amend any Benefit Plan. Parent shall, or shall cause the Surviving Corporation to, assume (or, by virtue of the Merger, be deemed to have assumed) all liabilities and obligations of the Company with respect to any employment agreements in accordance with their terms, other than any employment agreement that terminates in connection with the Merger pursuant to the terms of any new employment arrangement or offer letter entered into between Parent and a Continuing Employee.
Consultants and Employees Bound Recipient agrees to disclose the Confidential Information to any agents, affiliates, directors, officers or any other employees (collectively, the “Employees”) solely on a need-to-know basis and represents that such Employees have signed appropriate non-disclosure agreements or taken appropriate measures imposing on such Employees a duty to third parties (1) to hold any third party proprietary information received by such Employees in the strictest confidence, (2) not to disclose such third party Confidential Information to any other third party, and (3) not to use such Confidential Information for the benefit of anyone other than to whom it belongs, without the prior express written authorization of the Company.
Non-Solicitation of Employees and Consultants During your employment with the Company and during the Restricted Period, you will not, and should be enjoined (if necessary) from being able to directly or indirectly through any other Person: (i) induce or attempt to induce any employee or independent contractor of the Company or any affiliate of the Company to leave the employ or service, as applicable, of the Company or such affiliate, or in any way interfere with the relationship between the Company or any such affiliate, on the one hand, and any employee or independent contractor thereof, on the other hand, or (ii) hire any person who was an employee of the Company or any affiliate of the Company until twelve (12) months after such individual’s employment relationship with the Company or such affiliate has been terminated.
Employees on Layoff A classified employee who receives an Employer Contribution, who has three (3) or more years of continuous service, and who has been permanently or seasonally laid off, remains eligible for an Employer Contribution and all other benefits provided under this Article for an extended benefit eligibility period of six (6) months from the date of layoff.
EMPLOYEES OF THE CONTRACTOR All work under this contract shall be performed in a professional and skillful manner. The County may require, in writing, that the Contractor, remove from this contract any employee the County deems incompetent, careless, or otherwise objectionable.
Employees of the Company During the Restricted Period and thereafter for as long as the Executive shall remain an employee of or consultant to the Company, the Executive shall not, directly or indirectly, hire or solicit any employee or independent sales agent of the Company away from the Company or encourage any such employee or agent to leave such employment.
Employees and Consultants All employees and consultants of Priveco have been paid all salaries, wages, income and any other sum due and owing to them by Priveco, as at the end of the most recent completed pay period. Priveco is not aware of any labor conflict with any employees that might reasonably be expected to have a Priveco Material Adverse Effect. To the best knowledge of Priveco, no employee of Priveco is in violation of any term of any employment contract, non-disclosure agreement, non-competition agreement or any other contract or agreement relating to the relationship of such employee with Priveco or any other nature of the business conducted or to be conducted by Priveco.
Employee’s Obligations Upon the termination of employment, you shall promptly deliver to the Company all property of the Company and all material documents, statistics, account records, programs and other similar tangible items which may by in your possession or under your control and which relate in a material way to the business or affairs of the Company or its subsidiaries, and no copies of any such documents or any part thereof shall be retained by you.
Conduct of Employees and Staff Contractor shall ensure that all of Contractor’s employees and Staff provided under the Contract shall adhere to the standards of conduct prescribed in the Customer’s personnel policy and procedure guidelines, particularly rules of conduct, security procedures, and any other applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Customer, including but not limited to Rule Chapter 33-208, Florida Administrative Code. The Contractor shall ensure that all Staff and employees wear attire suitable for the position, either a standard uniform or business casual dress, as may be identified by the Customer.
Employees on Long Term Supply Assignments Subject to paragraph d) below, Employees completing a full-year long term supply assignment shall be allocated one hundred and twenty (120) short-term disability days payable at ninety percent (90%) of wages at the start of the assignment. An employee completing a long term supply assignment that is less than a full-year will be allocated one hundred and twenty (120) short-term disability days payable at ninety percent (90%) of wages reduced to reflect the proportion the long term supply assignment bears to the length of the regular work year for the position.