RATE OF REMUNERATION Sample Clauses

RATE OF REMUNERATION. 4.1.1. In the case of translations carried out under this contract, the Translation Centre shall pay the Contractor a sum equal to the number of characters of source text multiplied by the price per one thousand and five hundred characters (i.e. one standard page) specified in Article 1.5, the number of characters being determined by the Translation Centre.
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RATE OF REMUNERATION. The Common Terms Dispute Expert shall be entitled to be remunerated at such reasonable rate as may be agreed by the Company and to be reimbursed his reasonable fees (including any VAT thereon), costs, charges and expenses (including third party costs, together with any applicable irrecoverable VAT) in carrying out his duties under the Common Terms.
RATE OF REMUNERATION. (a) Subject to Applicable Laws, MLC Life Insurance Issuer will pay remuneration at the rates specified in Remuneration Schedules, product disclosure statement or other relevant disclosure document provided to you from time to time. The MLC Life Insurance Payer will act as the payment agent of MLC Life Insurance Issuer and will pay you your remuneration in satisfaction of this obligation of MLC Life Insurance Issuer. MLC Life Insurance Issuer may alter the rate of remuneration in respect of an MLC Life Insurance Product issued by the relevant MLC Life Insurance Issuer at any time by notice in writing to you. You are solely responsible for the payment of remuneration to your Representatives which must not breach Part 7.7A of the Corporations Act.
RATE OF REMUNERATION. The Trust has an expectation that additional work will be carried out during daytime hours. If work is offered to Consultants at these times but the Consultant is unable to carry out the clinical work due to other Direct Clinical Care Programmed activities in working hours, then the work may be offered out of hours. For additional work performed during day time and out of hours, payment shall be as follows per session:-
RATE OF REMUNERATION. (a) “hourly remuneration” of $25.00 per hour;
RATE OF REMUNERATION. (a) Subject to Applicable Laws, the MLC Payer will pay remuneration at the rates specified in Remuneration Schedules, product disclosure statement or other relevant disclosure document provided to you from time to time. An MLC Issuer or MLC Payer may alter the rate of remuneration in respect of an MLC Product issued by the relevant MLC Issuer at any time by notice in writing to you. You are solely responsible for the payment of remuneration to your Representatives which must not breach Part 7.7A of the Corporations Act.

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  • Rate of Compensation In lieu of direct compensation for all overtime, shift work and standby (as defined in Articles 16, 17 and 18 of this Agreement), regular full-time employees shall receive a special compensation of 7% of their basic salary earned for each calendar year. This special compensation shall not be considered part of the employee's basic salary for the purpose of calculating any benefits or other premium entitlements.

  • Share Class Annual Compensation Rate Class R-1 1.00% Class R-2 0.75% Class R-2E 0.60% Class R-3 0.50% Class R-4 0.25% Class R-5 No compensation paid Class R-5E No compensation paid Class R-6 No compensation paid

  • Vacation Accrual Rates Laid off employees who are re-employed shall have the vacation accrual rate they held immediately prior to layoff restored.

  • Annual Salary Executive's compensation shall consist of an annual base salary (the "Annual Salary") of one hundred fifty thousand dollars ($150,000), before all customary payroll deductions. The Annual Salary shall be reviewed, and shall be subject to change, by the Board of Directors of Employer (or the Compensation Committee thereof) at least annually while Executive is employed hereunder.

  • Annual Base Salary During the Term, the Executive shall receive a base salary at an initial rate of $550,000 per annum, which shall be paid in accordance with the customary payroll practices of the Company, subject to review annually for possible increase, but not decrease, in the Board’s discretion (the “Annual Base Salary”).

  • Average Annual Compensation The Executive's "Average Annual Compensation" for purposes of this Agreement shall be deemed to mean the average level of compensation paid to the Executive by the Employers or any subsidiary thereof during the most recent five taxable years preceding the Date of Termination, including Base Salary and benefits and bonuses under any employee benefit plans of the Employers.

  • Performance Adjustment Rate Except as otherwise provided in sub-paragraph (e) of this paragraph 3, the Performance Adjustment Rate is 0.02% for each percentage point (the performance of the Portfolio and the Index each being calculated to the nearest .01%) that the Portfolio's investment performance for the performance period was better or worse than the record of the Index as then constituted. The maximum performance adjustment rate is 0.20%. For purposes of calculating the performance adjustment of the portfolio, the portfolio's investment performance will be based on the performance of the retail class. The performance period will commence with the first day of the first full month following the retail class's commencement of operations. During the first eleven months of the performance period for the retail class, there will be no performance adjustment. Starting with the twelfth month of the performance period, the performance adjustment will take effect. Following the twelfth month a new month will be added to the performance period until the performance period equals 36 months. Thereafter the performance period will consist of the current month plus the previous 35 months. The Portfolio's investment performance will be measured by comparing (i) the opening net asset value of one share of the retail class of the Portfolio on the first business day of the performance period with (ii) the closing net asset value of one share of the retail class of the Portfolio as of the last business day of such period. In computing the investment performance of the retail class of the Portfolio and the investment record of the Index, distributions of realized capital gains, the value of capital gains taxes per share paid or payable on undistributed realized long-term capital gains accumulated to the end of such period and dividends paid out of investment income on the part of the Portfolio, and all cash distributions of the securities included in the Index, will be treated as reinvested in accordance with Rule 205-1 or any other applicable rules under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as the same from time to time may be amended.

  • Accrual Rate Compensatory time for employees will accrue at the rate of one and one-half hours for each one hour of overtime worked.

  • Accrual Rates All eligible employees shall accrue vacation pay according to the following rates:

  • Annual Compensation The Executive’s “Annual Compensation” for purposes of determining severance payable under this Agreement shall be deemed to mean the sum of (i) the annual rate of Base Salary as of the Date of Termination, and (ii) the cash bonus, if any, earned by the Executive for the calendar year immediately preceding the year in which the Date of Termination occurs.

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