Notice Periods. The notice period (expressed in Working Days) to be given by the Customer in respect of Clause 38.1 shall be the number of whole days that is 20% of the total duration of the final SOW to be executed under this Contract, up to a maximum of 30 Working Days. Partial days shall be discounted in the calculation and the duration of the SOW shall be calculated in Working Days. For example, if the duration of the SOW is 10 Working Days: 20% of the SOW is 2 days. The Notice Period = 2 Working Days; or if the duration of the SOW is 62 Working Days, 20% of the SOW is 12.4. The Notice Period = 12 Working Days. The Parties acknowledge and agree that: the Customer’s right to terminate for convenience and without cause under Clause 38.1 is reasonable in view of the subject matter of this Contract and the Agile nature of the Services being provided; the Contract Charges paid during the notice period given by the Customer in accordance with Clause 38.1 are a reasonable form of compensation and are deemed to fully cover any costs or Losses incurred by the Supplier which may arise either directly or indirectly as a result of the Customer exercising the right to terminate without cause. The Customer shall have the right to terminate this Contract at any time with immediate effect by written notice to the other Supplier if: the Supplier commits a Supplier Default and if the Supplier Default is not, in the opinion of the Customer, capable of remedy; or the Supplier Default is a Material Breach of this Contract. the Supplier is unable to provide a change proposed by the Customer; Either Party may terminate this Contract at any time with immediate effect by written notice to the other Party if: the other Party commits a material breach of any term of this Contract (other than failure to pay any amounts due under this Contract) and, if such breach is remediable, fails to remedy that breach within a period of fifteen (15) Working Days of being notified in writing to do so; an Insolvency Event of the other Party occurs, or the other Party ceases or threatens to cease to carry on the whole or any material part of its business; or
Notice Periods. (for employer and employee); Annual salary and rates of pay band/grade including pending salary increases; Shifts, unsociable hours or other premium rates of pay; Overtime entitlement and details of last twelve (12) Months overtime; Allowance and bonus details over the last twelve (12) Months including date, type, amount and pending allowances/bonuses; Provisional details about standing loan/advances on salary or debts; Existing and future training or sponsorship commitments; Leave entitlement and accrued leave entitlement including any leave outstanding or expected to be outstanding at the Future Transfer Date; Annual leave reckonable service date; Additional employment benefits; Other payments; Copies of pay slip data for immediately preceding five (5) Months; Provisional details of Cumulative Pay (for tax and pension purposes) and cumulative tax paid; Tax Code; Voluntary deductions from pay; National insurance (NI) Number, NI Contributions rate; NI benefit start date;
Notice Periods. 38.2.1 The notice period (expressed in Working Days) to be given by the Customer in respect of Clause 38.1 shall be the number of whole days that is 20% of the total duration of the final SOW to be executed under this Contract, up to a maximum of 30 Working Days. Partial days shall be discounted in the calculation and the duration of the SOW shall be calculated in Working Days. For example, if the duration of the SOW is 10 Working Days: 20% of the SOW is 2 days. The Notice Period = 2 Working Days; or if the duration of the SOW is 62 Working Days, 20% of the SOW is
Notice Periods. (a) For the purpose of clause 4.2, notice period is dependent on who your distribution entity is and the location or feeder type of your premises. The table below sets out the relevant notice periods.
Notice Periods. The template agreement contains the National Employment Standards (NES) for notice of termination, Continuous service’ is the time an employee has spent working for an employer without a break and this needs to be calculated so that the notice period can be worked out. Unauthorised absences from work do not break continuous service but are not counted when calculating how long the notice period should be. Exclusions from notice requirement The following employees do not have to be given notice: employees employed for a specified period of time, for a specified task, or seasonal employees; employees whose employment is terminated because of serious misconduct; casual employees; trainees (other than apprentices) and whose employment is for a specified period of time or is, for any reason, limited to the duration of the training arrangement. Dismissal without notice The federal industrial laws allow for termination without notice in cases of serious misconduct. The template contains a clause providing for termination without notice in these circumstances.
Notice Periods. The terms of employment or engagement of all employees, agents, consultants and professional advisers of the Company are such that their employment or engagement may be terminated by not more than four weeks' notice given at any time without liability for any payment including by way of compensation or damages (except for unfair dismissal or a statutory redundancy payment).