Re-employment A regular employee who resigns their position and within 90 days is re-employed as a regular employee shall be granted leave of absence without pay covering those days absent and shall retain, effective the date of re-employment, all provisions and rights in relation to seniority and other fringe benefits, provided they have not withdrawn their superannuation contributions.
Outside Employment Executive will devote Executive’s full time and attention to the performance of the duties incident to Executive’s position with the Company, and will not have any other employment with any other enterprise or substantial responsibility for any enterprise which would be inconsistent with Executive’s duty to devote Executive’s full time and attention to Company matters; provided, however, that the foregoing will not prevent Executive from participation in any charitable or civic organization or, subject to CEO consent, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld, from service in a non-executive capacity on the boards of directors of up to two other companies that does not interfere with Executive’s performance of the duties and responsibilities to be performed by Executive under this Agreement.
Former Employment You represent and warrant that your employment by the Company will not conflict with and will not be constrained by any prior employment or consulting agreement or relationship. You represent and warrant that you do not possess confidential information arising out of prior employment which, in your best judgment, would be utilized in connection with your employment by the Company, except in accordance with agreements between your former employer and the Company.
TEACHER EMPLOYMENT 7.1 The Board agrees to hire only those teachers who are certifiable by the New Hampshire State Department of Education for every regular teaching assignment, except this provision shall not apply in the instance where, in the opinion of the Superintendent, availability of personnel is critical and appropriate waiver is granted.
Grantee Employment Nothing contained in this Agreement, and no action of the Company or the Committee with respect hereto, shall confer or be construed to confer on the Grantee any right to continue in the employ of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or interfere in any way with the right of the Company or any employing Subsidiary to terminate the Grantee's employment at any time, with or without cause; subject, however, to the provisions of any employment agreement between the Grantee and the Company or any Subsidiary.
Other Employment Employee shall devote all of his or her business time, attention, knowledge and skills solely to the business and interest of Employer and its Affiliates, and Employer and its Affiliates shall be entitled to all of the benefits, profits and other emoluments arising from or incident to all work, services and advice of Employee, and Employee shall not, during the Term hereof, become interested directly or indirectly, in any manner, as partner, officer, director, stockholder, advisor, employee or in any other capacity in any other business similar to Employer’s business; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent or limit the right of Employee to invest in a business similar to Employer’s business if such investment is limited to less than 5% of the capital stock or other securities of any corporation or similar organization whose stock or securities are publicly owned or are regularly traded on any public exchange or less than 1% of the capital stock of any other entity.
Summer Employment Faculty on nine-month appointments are given preference when additional staffing is needed for the summer term. Compensation is based on an established percentage of the nine-month salary. Any non-tenure-track faculty member who served in a nine-month faculty contract the year prior who is recommended for employment during the following summer term will be paid the established percentage of the nine- month salary rather than the established adjunct rate.
Future Employment During Executive’s Company Employment and for eighteen (18) months following the termination of such employment for any reason, before accepting any employment with any Competitive Business (whether or not Executive believes such employment is prohibited by Section 8), Executive shall disclose to the Company the identity of any such Competitive Business and a complete description of the duties involved in such prospective employment, including a full description of any business, territory or market segment to which Executive will be assigned. Further, during Executive’s Company Employment and for two years following the termination of such employment for any reason, Executive agrees that, before accepting any future employment, Executive will provide a copy of this Agreement to any prospective employer of Executive, and Executive hereby authorizes the Company to do likewise, whether before or after the outset of the future employment.
Re-employment Rights (1) Re-employment of Faculty Members on layoff status will be administered by the College in accordance with the then-applicable provisions of the Education Code.
Leave When Employment Terminates When an employee dies or otherwise ceases to be employed, the employee's estate or the employee shall be paid an amount equal to the product obtained by multiplying the number of days of earned but unused vacation leave with pay to his or her credit by the daily rate of pay applicable to the authorized classification of the employee immediately prior to the termination of the employee's employment.