Good Reason Defined. For purposes of this Agreement, “Good Reason” shall exist if, without the Executive’s express written consent, the Company: (i) materially reduces or decreases the Executive’s Base Salary or Incentive Compensation opportunity level from the level in effect on the Effective Date (or some subsequent higher level put into effect by the Board subsequent to the Effective Date), unless such reduction or decrease is in connection with an across-the-board reduction or decrease in the Base Salaries or Incentive Compensation opportunity levels of all the Company’s other senior level executives, (ii) willfully fails to include the Executive in any incentive compensation plans, bonus plans, or other plans and benefits provided by the Company to other executive level executives, (iii) materially reduces, decreases or diminishes the nature, status or duties and responsibilities of the Position from those in effect on the Effective Date, and such reduction, decrease or diminution is not reasonably related to or the result of an adverse change in the Executive’s performance of assigned duties and responsibilities, or (iv) requires the Executive to (A) regularly perform the duties and responsibilities of the Position at, or (B) relocate the Executive’s principal place of employment to, a location which is more than fifty (50) miles from the location of the Executive’s principal place of employment as of the Effective Date. Notwithstanding the above, Good Reason shall not include the death, Disability or voluntary retirement of the Executive or any other voluntary action taken by or agreed to by the Executive related to the Position or his employment with the Company or its Subsidiaries. Further, Good Reason shall not include any of the events or conditions described in items (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) above unless the Executive provides notice to the Company of the existence of the event or condition within ninety (90) days of the initial existence of the event or condition, the Company fails to cure such event or condition within thirty (30) days of receiving the Employee’s initial notice, and the Executive terminates employment with a subsequent written notice to the Company after such thirty (30) day cure period but within ninety (90) days after the Executive provides the initial written notice to the Company of the existence of such event or condition. If requested by the Company, the Executive shall continue to work exclusively for the Company during such thirty (30) da...
Good Reason Defined. For purposes of this Agreement, “Good Reason” shall mean, without Employee’s written consent: (i) there is a material reduction of the level of Employee’s compensation (excluding any bonuses) (except where there is a general reduction applicable to the management team generally, provided, however, that in no case may the Base Salary be reduced below the amount stated in Section 3(a)), (ii) there is a material reduction in Employee’s overall responsibilities or authority, or scope of duties (it being understood that the occurrence of a Change in Control shall not, by itself, necessarily constitute a reduction in Employee’s responsibilities or authority); or (iii) there is a material change in the principal geographic location at which Employee must perform his services (it being understood that the relocation of Employee to a facility or a location within forty (40) miles of the State Capitol Building in Denver, Colorado shall not be deemed material for purposes of this Agreement). No event shall be deemed to be “Good Reason” if the Company has cured the event (if susceptible to cure) within 30 days of receipt of written notice from Employee specifying the event or events which, absent cure, would constitute “Good Cause.”
Good Reason Defined. Executive shall be considered to have terminated employment hereunder for “Good Reason” if such termination of employment occurs on or within twenty-four (24) months after a Change in Control and is on account of any of the following actions by the Employer without Executive’s express written consent:
Good Reason Defined. Termination of Employee’s employment by Employee for any of the following reasons shall be deemed for “Good Reason”: (a) a material adverse change in Employee’s title or reporting line or material duties, authorities or responsibilities, as determined by the Board (provided, that Employee’s title, reporting line or material duties, authorities or responsibilities shall not be deemed to be materially adversely changed solely because the Company (or its successor) is no longer an independently operated public entity or becomes a subsidiary of another entity); (b) a material breach by the Company of any material provision of this Agreement; (c) a material reduction of Employee’s Base Salary or benefits or target bonus opportunity (other than such a reduction that is generally consistent with a general reduction affecting the Company’s other similarly situated executives); (d) failure by the Company to pay any portion of Employee’s earned Base Salary or bonus; or (e) the Company’s requiring Employee to be headquartered at any office or location more than 50 miles from Everett, Washington, provided that in the case of all the above events, Employee may not resign from his or her employment for Good Reason unless he provides the Company written notice within 90 days after the initial occurrence of the event and at least 60 days prior to the date of termination, and the Company has not corrected the event prior to the date of termination.
Good Reason Defined. Executive may terminate this Agreement and his employment for Good Reason if Executive provides Company with written notice of the breach or action giving rise to Good Reason within ninety (90) days of the initial existence of such breach or action. For purposes of this Agreement, “Good Reason” shall mean and include each of the following (unless Executive has expressly agreed to such event in a signed writing):