Performance Incentives. As a bonus, to supplement Associate Head Coach’s compensation, as set out herein, the University agrees to pay the following sums upon attainment of each specified goal, provided the Program is in compliance with all Governing Athletics Rules and University Rules, and there are no pending or active NCAA or __________ Conference investigations or major violations of which Associate Head Coach knew or should have known. Associate Head Coach must also complete the _________ [insert sport] season as Associate Head [Men’s/Women’s] [delete if sport is football] __________ Coach to receive any performance incentives for that season. Payment will be made to Associate Head Coach within 60 days after goal is accomplished. [Insert Incentives – See examples below
Performance Incentives. Provided that sufficient funds are available from athletics revenue or gifts for the unrestricted use of the Department of Athletics, Athletics Director shall be entitled to receive additional non-salary compensation from the University in the form of the following stated bonuses for increased responsibilities, provided that all varsity sports are in compliance with all Governing Athletics Rules and University Rules, and there are no pending or active NCAA or __________ Conference investigations or major violations of which Athletics Director knew or should have known. [Insert Incentives – See examples below
Performance Incentives. 7.2.1 The Contractor may be eligible for financial performance incentives subject to availability of funding. In order to be eligible for the financial performance incentives described below the Contractor must be fully compliant in all areas of the Contract. All incentives must comply with the federal managed care Incentive Arrangement requirements pursuant to 42 CFR 438.6 and the State Medicaid Manual 2089.3.
Performance Incentives. Performance incentives shall be based upon the appointing authority's evaluation of an employee's performance. Unless the Employer takes an affirmative action to deny a merit increase through a performance evaluation, an employee shall be granted a merit increase to be effective on their merit anniversary date. A performance incentive of one (1) step in the salary range may be given to an employee who has received an overall performance evaluation of "Acceptable" or better on the employee's merit anniversary date. The sixteenth (16th) day of the month following satisfactory completion of the probationary period shall constitute an employee's merit anniversary date, unless the employee enters the pay range above the minimum rate of pay, in which case the merit anniversary date shall be the sixteenth (16th) of the month following completion of one (1) year of service in the position. Steps (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) of the salary range shall be used for performance incentives where an employee has demonstrated satisfactory service of a progressively greater value to the State. The merit anniversary date does not change when a performance incentive is not granted. If the employee's standard of performance reaches acceptable levels later in the merit year, the step increase may be granted effective the sixteenth (16th) of any month and no change in the merit anniversary date will result. When an employee's level of work performance becomes less than "Acceptable," an interim performance evaluation may be prepared. When such an evaluation is prepared, and the level of performance does not reach "Acceptable" within the subsequent thirty (30) day period, one (1) salary step may be withdrawn on the sixteenth (16th) day of the month following completion of the thirty (30) day period, provided the employee's salary is not the entry step of the salary range. No more than one (1) salary step may be withdrawn in a twelve (12) month period. Before a personnel action withdrawing a salary step is prepared, the employee shall be notified in writing that the performance has not improved. If the employee's level of performance subsequently reaches "Acceptable," the salary step may be restored effective the sixteenth (16th) of the month following preparation of a performance evaluation report confirming the improved level of performance. Employees on longevity pay steps which were awarded under the provisions of AS 39.27.022 are not subject to the provisions of this rule....
Performance Incentives. 220.127.116.11 The Contractor may be eligible for Performance Incentives as described in Section 7.0. All Incentives must comply with the federal managed care Incentive Arrangement requirements pursuant to 42 CFR 438.6 and the State Medicaid Manual 2089.3.
Performance Incentives. ARTICLE 12 If the aggregate Net Profits of the Company are more than the Operating Profit Index during the Operating Profit Index Lockup Period, the Acquirer agrees to pay the following Performance Reward to the Controlling Party with its own capital: Performance Reward = [(B1 + B2) - (A1 + A2) ] / 2 × ****** × 51%, where: A= Operating Profit Index of the Company for the applicable Audited Year within the Operating Profit Index Lockup Period; A1 = First Audited Year; A2 = Second Audited Year; and B= Actual Net Profits of the Company for the applicable Audited Year within the Operating Profit Index Lockup Period; B1 = First Audited Year; B2 = Second Audited Year. As long as [(B1 + B2) - (A1 + A2)] is a positive number, the Parties agree (i) that the Acquirer will pay the Performance Reward to the Controlling Party pursuant to the provisions of this Article 12 and will not reduce the amount of the Acquisition Consideration payable or increase the percentage of equity to be transferred by the Controlling Party in accordance with the provisions of Article 6 of this Agreement, and (ii) that, if applicable, the Acquirer shall refund any reduced amount of the Acquisition Consideration or return any increased percentage of equity already transferred.