Final Compensation Sample Clauses

Final Compensation. Final Compensation for an employee, who is employed by the State for the first time and becomes a member of CalPERS prior to January 15, 2011, is based on the highest average monthly pay rate during twelve (12) consecutive months of employment. Final Compensation for an employee, who is employed by the State for the first time and becomes a member of CalPERS on or after January 15, 2011, is based on the highest average monthly pay rate during thirty-six (36) consecutive months of employment.
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Final Compensation. In the event of termination of the Executive’s employment with the Company, howsoever occurring, the Company shall pay the Executive (i) the Base Salary for the final payroll period of his employment, through the date his employment terminates; (ii) compensation at the rate of the Base Salary for any vacation time earned but not used as of the date his employment terminates; and (iii) reimbursement, in accordance with Section 2(e) hereof, for business expenses incurred by the Executive but not yet paid to the Executive as of the date his employment terminates, provided that the Executive submits all expenses and supporting documentation required within sixty (60) days of the date his employment terminates, and provided further that such expenses are reimbursable under Company policies then in effect (all of the foregoing, “Final Compensation”). Except as otherwise provided in Section 5(a)(iii), Final Compensation will be paid to the Executive within thirty (30) days following the date of termination or such shorter period required by law.
Final Compensation. For the purposes of determining a retirement benefit, final compensation for bargaining unit members covered by this Section 6.1.1 shall mean the highest twelve (12) consecutive month period as specified in Government Code Section 20042.
Final Compensation. Following the termination of the Employee’s employment for any reason, the Company shall pay to the Employee: (i) any Base Salary earned but not paid during the final payroll period of the Employee’s employment through the date of termination, (ii) pay for any vacation time earned but not used through the date of termination, (iii) any unpaid Discretionary Annual Bonus due to Employee for the calendar year prior to the year in which the termination occurs, and (iv) any business expenses incurred by the Employee but un-reimbursed on the date of termination, provided that such expenses and required substantiation and documentation are submitted within thirty (30) days of termination and that such expenses are reimbursable under Company policy (all of the foregoing, “Final Compensation”). Any Base Salary and any earned, unused vacation time shall be paid to the Employee at the time required by law, but not later than the Company’s next regular pay date following the date of termination. Any reimbursable business expenses shall be paid within sixty (60) days following the date that the Employee submits such expenses to the Company. Other than as expressly provided in Section 6(b), the Company shall have no further obligation to the Employee hereunder.
Final Compensation. As required by Government Code Section 7522.32, effective January 1, 2013, for the purpose of determining a retirement benefit, final compensation for new members shall be based on the highest annual average of pensionable compensation earned during thirty-six (36) consecutive months of service.
Final Compensation. In the event of termination of Employee’s employment with the Company, howsoever occurring, the Company shall pay Employee (i) the Base Salary for the final payroll period of Employee’s employment, pro-rated through the date that Employee’s employment terminates; (ii) compensation at the rate of the Base Salary for any accrued, unused vacation time; and (iii) reimbursement, in accordance with Section 2(e) hereof, for business expenses incurred by Employee but not yet paid to Employee as of the date Employee’s employment terminates; provided Employee submits all expenses and supporting documentation required within sixty (60) days of the date Employee’s employment terminates, and provided further that such expenses are reimbursable under Company policies as then in effect (all of the foregoing, “Final Compensation”). Except as otherwise provided in Section 4(a)(iii), Final Compensation will be paid to Employee within thirty (30) days following the date of termination (or such shorter period required by law).
Final Compensation. I acknowledge that I have received payment in full for all services rendered in conjunction with my employment by the Company, including payment for all wages, bonuses, and equity for any period before the date of this Release (other than any current salary and benefits due in the ordinary course in a final paycheck or thereafter), and that no other compensation is owed to me, except as provided in the applicable provisions of Section 5 of the Agreement; provided that nothing herein shall affect any claims of entitlement I may have to vested benefits under any 401(k) plan or other ERISA-covered benefit plan (excluding severance) provided by the Company.
Final Compensation. In the event that an employee resigns or is terminated, the employee shall be entitled to compensation for his or her accumulated overtime.
Final Compensation. For the purposes of determining a retirement benefit, final compensation for bargaining unit members covered by this Section 6.1.2 shall mean the highest average annual compensation earnable by a member during the three (3) consecutive years of employment as specified in Government Code 20037. The City agrees not to modify either the 2.7% at 55 or 2.5% at 55 retirement plan benefits for unit members vested within those plans.
Final Compensation. Following the termination of the Executive’s employment for any reason, the Company shall pay to the Executive: (i) any Base Salary earned but not paid during the final payroll period of the Executive’s employment through the date of termination, (ii) pay for any vacation time earned but not used through the date of termination, (iii) any unpaid Annual Bonus due to Executive for the calendar year prior to the year in which the termination occurs, and (iv) any business expenses incurred by the Executive but un-reimbursed on the date of termination, provided that such expenses and required substantiation and documentation are submitted within thirty (30) days of termination and that such expenses are reimbursable under Company policy (all of the foregoing, “Final Compensation”). Any Base Salary and any earned, unused vacation time shall be paid to the Executive at the time required by law, but not later than the Company’s next regular pay date following the date of termination. Any business expenses due under this Section 6(a) shall be paid within sixty (60) days following the date of termination. Other than as expressly provided in Section 6(b), the Company shall have no further obligation to the Executive hereunder.