Retiree Benefits Sample Clauses

Retiree Benefits. No Covered Person or ERISA Affiliate of such Covered Person has an obligation to provide any Person with any medical, life insurance, or similar benefit following such Person's retirement or termination of employment (or to such Person's beneficiary subsequent to such Person's death) other than (i) such benefits provided to Persons at such Person's sole expense and (ii) obligations under COBRA.
Retiree Benefits. Employees who retire from the County, or the employee’s spouse, may elect to continue his/her group health insurance coverage at his/her own expense until they reach Medicare eligibility, or until premium payments are discontinued by the retiree.
Retiree Benefits. Employees retiring on or after January 1, 2006 will be eligible for retiree benefits as presented to the Union Negotiation Committee during discussions for renewal of the Collective Agreements that expired December 31, 2002.
Retiree Benefits. Except as set forth in Schedule 3.20, no Employee Plan provides health or life insurance benefits for retirees. No such plan contains any provisions, and no commitments or agreements exist, which in any way would limit or prohibit the Buyer from amending any such plan to reduce or eliminate such retiree benefits.
Retiree Benefits. The Employer agrees to provide a monthly amount towards the monthly premium cost of the current NSAHO Retiree Health Plan for those employees who retire on or after April 1, 2007, and who meet the eligibility requirements as outlined below. Effective April 1, 2007 the Employer will increase the amount it contributes to the monthly premiums for single coverage and monthly premiums for family coverage to 40%. Effective April 1, 2008 the Employer will increase the amount it contributes to monthly premiums for single coverage and monthly premiums for family coverage to 50%. Effective April 1, 2009, the Employer will increase the amount it contributes to monthly premiums for single coverage and monthly premiums for family coverage to 65%. The payment will be provided to supplement the monthly premium payment of the retiree for each month that the retiree is enrolled in the NSAHO Retiree Health Plan up to and including the month that the retiree reaches the age of 65. When the retiree reaches the age of 65 and becomes eligible for Pharmacare coverage, the Employer supplement will cease and the retiree will be responsible for the full cost of the premiums if he/she chooses to remain in the plan at that time. Persons who retired between April 1, 2007 and the signing date of this collective agreement and opted at retirement to participate in the NSAHO Retiree Health Plan will be reimbursed for the contributions set out above. Persons who retired between April 1, 2007 and the signing date of this collective agreement and opted at retirement not to participate in the NSAHO Retiree Health Plan, will be notified of the availability of an Employer contribution toward premiums. Such retirees will have 60 days from the date such notification is sent by the Employer to apply to participate in the plan. Participation will be subject to the retiree meeting the eligibility requirements of the plan. Employer contributions will commence upon the retiree’s acceptance into the plan.
Retiree Benefits. On and after the Effective Date, pursuant to section 1129(a)(13) of the Bankruptcy Code, the Reorganized Debtors shall continue to pay all retiree benefits (within the meaning of, and subject to the limitations of, section 1114 of the Bankruptcy Code), if any, at the level established in accordance with section 1114 of the Bankruptcy Code, at any time prior to the Confirmation Date, for the duration of the period for which the Debtors had obligated themselves to provide such benefits. Nothing herein shall: (a) restrict the Debtors’ or the Reorganized Debtors’ right to modify the terms and conditions of the retiree benefits, if any, as otherwise permitted pursuant to the terms of the applicable plans, non-bankruptcy law, or section 1114(m) of the Bankruptcy Code; or (b) be construed as an admission that any such retiree benefits are owed by the Debtors.
Retiree Benefits. Except as listed on Schedule 1 and identified as "Retiree Liability", neither CitFed Bancorp nor any of the Subsidiaries have any obligation to provide medical benefits, or life insurance benefits to or with respect to retirees, former employees or any of their relatives.
Retiree Benefits. The following provisions apply to all retirees past and future subject to the policy of sixty-one (61) years of age or twenty (20) years of service at the time of retirement and subject to 38.05.08:‌