No Employee Benefits For Party Sample Clauses

No Employee Benefits For Party. The Party understands that the State will not provide any individual retirement benefits, group life insurance, group health and dental insurance, vacation or sick leave, workers compensation or other benefits or services available to State employees, nor will the State withhold any state or Federal taxes except as required under applicable tax laws, which shall be determined in advance of execution of the Agreement. The Party understands that all tax returns required by the Internal Revenue Code and the State of Vermont, including but not limited to income, withholding, sales and use, and rooms and meals, must be filed by the Party, and information as to Agreement income will be provided by the State of Vermont to the Internal Revenue Service and the Vermont Department of Taxes.

Related to No Employee Benefits For Party

  • Benefits for Part-Time Employees (The following clause is applicable to part-time employees only) A part-time employee shall receive in lieu of all fringe benefits (being those benefits to an employee, paid in whole or part by the Hospital, as part of direct compensation or otherwise, including holiday pay, save and except salary, vacation pay, standby pay, call back pay, reporting pay, responsibility allowance, jury and witness duty, bereavement pay, and maternity supplemental unemployment benefits) an amount equal to 14% of his/her regular straight time hourly rate for all straight time hours paid.

  • Employee Benefit Plans Except as set forth in the Schedule of ---------------------- Exceptions, the Company does not have any "Employee Benefit Plan" as defined in Section 3(3) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended ("ERISA"). No officer, director or employee of the Company has committed a material breach of any responsibility or obligation imposed upon fiduciaries by Title I of ERISA with respect to any Employee Benefit Plan. Each Employee Benefit Plan has at all times prior hereto been maintained in accordance with its terms and all applicable laws, except where the failure to do so would not have a material adverse effect upon the Company. With respect to each Employee Benefit Plan, other than ordinary claims for benefits pursuant to the terms of such plan, there is no claim pending or, to its knowledge, threatened against or involving such plan by any person or governmental authority.

  • Employee Benefit Matters (a) Section 3.19(a) of the Disclosure Schedules contains a true and complete list of each pension, benefit, retirement, compensation, employment, consulting, profit-sharing, deferred compensation, incentive, bonus, performance award, phantom equity, stock or stock-based, change in control, retention, severance, vacation, paid time off, welfare, fringe-benefit and other similar agreement, plan, policy, program or arrangement (and any amendments thereto), in each case whether or not reduced to writing and whether funded or unfunded, including each “employee benefit plan” within the meaning of Section 3(3) of ERISA, whether or not tax-qualified and whether or not subject to ERISA, which is or has been maintained, sponsored, contributed to, or required to be contributed to by the Target Company for the benefit of any current or former employee, officer, director, retiree, independent contractor or consultant of the Target Company or any spouse or dependent of such individual, or under which the Target Company or any of its ERISA Affiliates has or may have any Liability, or with respect to which Holdings or any of its Affiliates would reasonably be expected to have any Liability, contingent or otherwise (as listed on Section 3.19(a) of the Disclosure Schedules, each, a “Benefit Plan”). The Target Company has separately identified in Section 3.19(a) of the Disclosure Schedules (i) each Benefit Plan that contains a change in control provision and (ii) each Benefit Plan that is maintained, sponsored, contributed to, or required to be contributed to by the Target Company primarily for the benefit of employees outside of the United States (a “Non-U.S. Benefit Plan”).