Notice to the Employee Sample Clauses

Notice to the Employee. The notice must contain:
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Notice to the Employee. If the Auditors determine that any Payment would be nondeductible by the Employer because of section 280G of the Code, then the Employer shall promptly give-notice of such determination to the Employee, together with a detailed calculation thereof and of the Reduced Amount. The Employee may then elect, in his sole discretion, which and how much of the Payments shall be eliminated or reduced (as long as after such election the aggregate present value of the Payments equals the Reduced Amount), and shall advise the Employer in writing of his election within 10 days of receipt of such notice. If no such election is made by the Employee within such 10-day period, then the Employer may elect which and how
Notice to the Employee. The employer will provide the affected employee(s) with notice as required in accordance with the Labour Standards Act of Saskatchewan. In no instance will the employee(s) be given less than thirty calendar days notice. The employer will notify each employee and the Union in writing:
Notice to the Employee. The Office of Human Resources or immediate supervisor shall provide an employee a copy of any materials the University intends to place in the employee’s personnel file which reflects negatively on an employee’s job performance. If an employee is on leave, the notice shall be provided upon return of the employee to active duty or at the University’s discretion, by U.S. mail to the employee’s last known address with the University.
Notice to the Employee. When the University decides to lay off an employee or employees, a notice shall be given to the affected employee(s) and the Union at least ninety (90) calendar days in advance of the effective date of such layoff. Notice of layoff shall be in writing and shall include:
Notice to the Employee. If the Auditors determine that any Payment would be nondeductible by the Employer because of section 280G of the Code, then the Employer shall promptly give-notice of such determination to the Employee, together with a detailed calculation thereof and of the Reduced Amount. The Employee may then elect, in his sole discretion, which and how much of the Payments shall be eliminated or reduced (as long as after such election the aggregate present value of the Payments equals the Reduced Amount), and shall advise the Employer in writing of his election within 10 days of receipt of such notice. If no such election is made by the Employee within such 10-day period, then the Employer may elect which and how much of the Payments shall be eliminated or reduced (as long as after such election the aggregate present value of the Payments equals the Reduced Amount) and shall promptly notify the Employee of such election. For purposes of this paragraph 17, present value shall be determined in accordance with section 280G(d)(4) of the Code. All determinations made by the Auditors under this paragraph 15 shall be binding upon the Employer and the Employee and shall be made within sixty (60) days of the date a payment becomes payable or transferable. 17.3
Notice to the Employee. Any notice to be given to the Employee under this Agreement shall be sent via certified mail, return receipt requested to: Xxxxxxxx X. Xxxxxx, Xx. 0000 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Tulsa, OK 73137
Notice to the Employee. If the Auditors determine that any Payment would be nondeductible by the Employer because of section 280G of the Code, then
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Notice to the Employee. When a position is subject to a layoff, the College will give written notice of the layoff to the exempt employee as soon as practical, but not less than thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of the layoff. The written notice will contain the reason(s) or basis for the layoff and when applicable, the notice to the employee of the right to revert to classified service as provided by RCW 41.06.070 and Article 6.