Employer Share Sample Clauses

Employer Share. Effective the first full pay period following December 1st, 2017, employees (Groups A-D) shall pay one percent (1.0%) of their salary toward the employer cost of retirement (in addition to the employee share) in accordance with Section 20516 of the California Government Code. Effective the first full pay period including December 1, 2020, employees in this unit (Groups A-D) shall pay an additional 1% of their salary toward the employer cost of retirement for a total of 2% (in addition to the employee share) contribution toward the employer share. This will result in SEIU employees in Groups A-D paying a total of two (2) percent of the employer share (in addition to the employee share) effective the first full pay period including December 1st, 2020.
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Employer Share. ‌ Effective the first full pay period following December 1st, 2017, employees (Groups A-D) shall pay one percent (1.0%) of their salary toward the employer cost of retirement (in addition to the employee share) in accordance with Section 20516 of the California Government Code. This will result in SEIU employees in Groups A-D paying a total of two (2) percent of the employer share (in addition to the employee share) effective the first full pay period including December 1st, 2020. Deleted: one Deleted: 1 Deleted: of 8% Deleted: y Deleted: 17 Deleted: ¶ Pension Group ...
Employer Share. Effective February 1, 2013, all employees shall contribute nine and three hundred and four thousandths percent (9.304%) (either one and three hundred and four thousandths percent (1.304%) or two and three hundred and four thousandths percent (2.304%) depending on whether the employee rate is eighty percent (8%) or seven percent (7%)) of their salary toward the employer cost of retirement in accordance with Section 20516 of the California Government Code. The City will pay the employer contribution for the Fourth Level 1959 Survivor Benefit. For Tier I and II employees, the final compensation retirement calculation shall be based upon their single highest year of compensation earnable as provided under Section 20042 of the California Government Code. The compensation earnable period for Tier III PEPRA employees will be three years. The City and the Union acknowledge that the PEPRA laws and regulations shall govern a determination of whether employees are hired as “new members” or “classic or legacy” members.
Employer Share. The City will make the mandatory employer contribution for retirees participating in the Public Employees Medical and Hospital Care Act (PEMHCA). The mandatory monthly rate is established by CalPERS annually and is effective on January 1st of each year.
Employer Share. Employees will also contribute to the employer PERS rate as follows: Effective the first full pay period following City Council approval of the MOU, to the extent the City’s combined employee and/or employer share obligation exceeds 34%, employees will contribute the percent in excess of 34% toward the employer PERS rate via a payroll deduction.

Related to Employer Share

  • Employer Contribution (a) An Employer contribution for health and dental benefits will only be made for each active employee who has at least eighty (80) paid regular hours in a month and who is eligible for medical insurance coverage, unless otherwise required by law.

  • Employer Contributions 8.1 Rates at which the Employer shall contribute for each hour of work performed on behalf of each employee employed under the terms of this Agreement are contained in the Appendices attached to and forming part of this Agreement.

  • Amount of Employer Contribution The Employer Contribution amounts and rules in effect on June 30, 2017 will continue through December 31, 2017.

  • Elective Deferrals An Employee will be eligible to become a Contributing Participant in the Plan (and thus be eligible to make Elective Deferrals) and receive Matching Contributions (including Qualified Matching Contributions, if applicable) after completing 1 (enter 0, 1 or any fraction less than 1) Years of Eligibility Service.

  • Return of Employer Property On termination of employment with Employer for whatever reason, or at the request of the Employer before termination, Executive agrees to promptly deliver to Employer all records, files, computer disks, memoranda, documents, lists and other information regarding or containing any Confidential Employer Information, including all copies, reproductions, summaries or excerpts thereof, then in Executive’s possession or control, whether prepared by Executive or others. Executive also agrees to promptly return, on termination or the Employer’s request, any and all Employer property issued to Executive, including but not limited to computers, cellular phones, keys and credits cards. Executive further agrees that should Executive discover any Employer property or Confidential Employer Information in Executive’s possession after the return of such property has been requested, Executive agrees to return it promptly to Employer without retaining copies, summaries or excerpts of any kind.

  • EMPLOYER RIGHTS 3.1 The Employer retains the right to operate and manage all manpower, facilities, and equipment; to establish functions and programs; to set and amend budgets; to determine the utilization of technology; to establish and modify the organizational structure; to select, direct, and determine the number of personnel; and to perform any inherent managerial function not specifically limited by this Agreement.

  • Matching Contributions The Employer will make matching contributions in accordance with the formula(s) elected in Part II of this Adoption Agreement Section 3.01.

  • Can I Roll Over or Transfer Amounts from Other IRAs or Employer Plans If properly executed, you are allowed to roll over a distribution from one Traditional IRA to another without tax penalty. Rollovers between Traditional IRAs may be made once every 12 months and must be accomplished within 60 days after the distribution. Beginning in 2015, just one 60 day rollover is allowed in any 12 month period, inclusive of all Traditional, Xxxx, SEP, and SIMPLE IRAs owned. Under certain conditions, you may roll over (tax-free) all or a portion of a distribution received from a qualified plan or tax-sheltered annuity in which you participate or in which your deceased spouse participated. In addition, you may also make a rollover contribution to your Traditional IRA from a qualified deferred compensation arrangement. Amounts from a Xxxx XXX may not be rolled over into a Traditional IRA. If you have a 401(k), Xxxx 401(k) or Xxxx 403(b) and you wish to rollover the assets into an IRA you must roll any designated Xxxx assets, or after tax assets, to a Xxxx XXX and roll the remaining plan assets to a Traditional IRA. In the event of your death, the designated beneficiary of your 401(k) Plan may have the opportunity to rollover proceeds from that Plan into a Beneficiary IRA account. In general, strict limitations apply to rollovers, and you should seek competent advice in order to comply with all of the rules governing rollovers. Most distributions from qualified retirement plans will be subject to a 20% withholding requirement. The 20% withholding can be avoided by electing a “direct rollover” of the distribution to a Traditional IRA or to certain other types of retirement plans. You should receive more information regarding these withholding rules and whether your distribution can be transferred to a Traditional IRA from the plan administrator prior to receiving your distribution.

  • Company Contributions (a) For employees hired, rehired or who become covered under the CWA 3176 Agreement through any means before January 1, 2016, the Company shall contribute a Company Matching Contribution equal to 25 percent of the Participant’s Contribution up to a maximum of 6 percent of eligible wage.

  • Full Employer Contribution - Basic Eligibility Employees covered by this Agreement who are scheduled to work at least seventy-five (75) percent of the time are eligible for the full Employer Contribution. This means:

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