REWARD. 11.1 The evaluation of the Employee’s performance will form the basis for acknowledging outstanding performance or correcting unacceptable performance;
REWARD. 4.1 Members can use their proof of purchase to earn REWARD$ according to the conversion in the table below, unless otherwise stated: Purchase Amount Exchanged for REWARD$ $20 - $39.99 0.40 $40 - $59.99 0.80 $60 - $79.99 1.20 $80 - $99.99 1.60 $100 - $119.99 2.00 $120 - $139.99 2.40 $140 - $159.99 2.80 $160 - $179.99 3.20 $180 - $199.99 3.60 $200 - $219.99 4.00 $220 - $239.99 4.40 $240 - $259.99 4.80 $260 - $279.99 5.20 $280 - $299.99 5.60 >/=$300 6
REWARD. The evaluation of the Employee’s performance will form the basis for rewarding outstanding performance or correcting unacceptable performance; The payment of the performance bonus is determined by the performance score obtained during the 4th quarter and as informed by the quarterly performance assessments; The performance bonus will be awarded based on the following scheme: Performance Rating Performance Bonus Calculation: 00% - 59% 0% of Total package 60% - 66% 5% of Total Package 67% - 68% 6% of Total Package 69% - 70% 7% of Total Package 71% - 72% 8% of Total Package 73% - 74% 9% of Total Package 75% - 76% 10% of Total Package 77% - 78% 11% of Total Package 79% - 80% 12% of Total Package 81% - 84% 13% of Total Package 85% - 100% 14% of Total Package In the event of the Employee terminating his services during the validity period of this Agreement, the Employee’s performance will be evaluated for the portion during which he was employed and he will be entitled to a pro-rata performance bonus based on his evaluated performance for the period of actual service; and The Employer will submit the results of the annual assessment and the scoring report of the Employee, to Council or the delegated authority for purposes of recommending the bonus allocation.
REWARD. The employer has the obligation to pay the employee at least the hourly minimum wage. Per August 1, 2001 the system of minimum wages was adapted in such a way that from this date only hourly minimum wages are applicable. For current minimum wages see folder 4: minimum wages. In the new system minimum weekly wages are determined by multiplying the number of hours worked per week by the minimum hourly wage. Monthly wages are calculated by multiplying the hourly minimum wage first by the number of hours worked per week and then by 4.33 (see also the folder on minimum wages).
REWARD. 11.1. In exchange for the fulfillment of all obligations of the Supplier, including the provision of the Services according to this Agreement to the Client’s satisfaction, the Client will pay the Supplier the sum stipulated by the Supplier in the framework of the Price Offer attached as Appendix F to this Agreement, and in accordance with the quantities and units as they were ordered and approved by the Client (hereinafter: “the Reward”). As mentioned above, the unit prices offered by the Supplier in the framework of the Supplier’s Proposal include liability and maintenance in relation to the System and its components, as detailed in the Technical Specification.
REWARD regular payment of the Affiliate. The payment amount is calculated based on the current tariffs of Neogara.
REWARD. The shares as issued by the company may carry with them a ‘reward’. This ‘reward’ is NOT to be considered a dividend but is connected with the performance of the company. Such a reward is only to be paid after a company divided has been issued to class A shares. Details of the reward can be located within the company white-paper. Restrictions on Transfers CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND ANY LOCATION MAY NOT SELL, TRANSFER, MOVE, ASSIGN OR OTHERWISE EJECT THEIR OWNERSHIP OF THE TOKENS IN A 12 MONTH PERIOD FROM THE DATE OF COMPLETION OF THE SALE PERIOD. The laws and rules of various jurisdictions may place limits or restrictions on the transferability of the Purchase Agreement and the Securities. Without limiting the foregoing, if Purchaser is acquiring the Securities pursuant to Regulation D of the Securities Act, Purchaser is required to agree in the Purchase Agreement (on Purchaser’s behalf and on behalf of any purchaser account for which Purchaser is acquiring the Securities), and each subsequent holder of the Securities by its acceptance thereof will be deemed to agree, that prior to the expiration of the applicable one year holding period set forth in Rule 144 under the Securities Act (“Rule 144”), Purchaser will not assign, offer, sell or otherwise transfer the Securities except (i) to Company or any of its subsidiaries, (ii) for so long as the Securities are eligible for resale pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act, to a person Purchaser reasonably believes is a Qualified Institutional Buyer, as defined in Rule 144A (“QIB”), that purchases for its own account or for the account of a QIB to which notice is given that the transfer is being made in reliance on Rule 144A, (iii) pursuant to offers and sales that occur outside the United States to non-U.S. persons (as defined in Regulation S) in accordance with Regulation S of the Securities Act and in accordance with the applicable laws in the jurisdiction in which such purchase is made, (iv) pursuant to a registration statement that has been declared effective under the Securities Act, or (v) pursuant to another available exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act. In the event of death of a Purchaser during the 12 months period, such tokens may be transferred to the next of kin with the remaining 12 months period left in place for locking purposes. The presentation of a valid death certificate will be required. The Risks The golden rule of investing. You ...