Meal Reimbursement When an employee is specifically directed by the City to work two (2) hours or longer at the end of his/her normal work shift of at least eight (8) hours or work two (2) hours or longer at the end of his/her work shift of at least eight (8) hours when he/she is called in to work on his/her regular day off, or otherwise works under circumstances for which meal reimbursement is authorized per Ordinance 111768 and the employee actually purchases a reasonably priced meal away from his place of residence as a result of such additional hours of work, the employee shall be reimbursed for the "reasonable cost" of such meal in accordance with Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 4.20.
Expense Reimbursement The Company will reimburse Executive for reasonable business expenses in accordance with the Company’s standard expense reimbursement policy. For the avoidance of doubt, to the extent that any reimbursements payable to Executive are subject to the provisions of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”): (a) any such reimbursements will be paid no later than December 31 of the year following the year in which the expense was incurred, (b) the amount of expenses reimbursed in one year will not affect the amount eligible for reimbursement in any subsequent year, and (c) the right to reimbursement under this Agreement will not be subject to liquidation or exchange for another benefit.
Mileage Reimbursement a. When an employee is authorized by his/her appointing authority or designee to operate a privately owned vehicle on State business the employee will be allowed to claim and be reimbursed at the Federal Standard Mileage Rate (FSMR). Mileage reimbursement includes all expenses related to the use, and maintenance of the vehicle, including but not limited to gasoline, up-keep, wear and tear, tires, and all insurance including liability, collision and comprehensive coverage; breakdowns, towing and any repairs, and any additional personal expenses that may be incurred by an individual as a result of mechanical breakdown or collision.
Business Expense Reimbursement During the Term of employment, the Executive shall be entitled to receive proper reimbursement for all reasonable, out-of-pocket expenses incurred by the Executive (in accordance with the policies and procedures established by the Company for its senior executive officers) in performing services hereunder, provided the Executive properly accounts therefore.
EDUCATIONAL REIMBURSEMENT SECTION 1. The purpose of this Article is to xxxxxx a learning environment and provide educational opportunities that are mutually beneficial to the employees and the County and will encourage eligible employees to participate in education programs which will further their skills and knowledge for use in their current position or for use in a possible future position of greater responsibility. The Educational Reimbursement Program shall be a plan as provided for in Section 127 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) and shall be construed consistently with the requirements of Section 127. Amounts paid for tuition reimbursement meeting the requirements of Section 127 of the IRS Tax Code are not included in an Employee’s income or subject to income tax withholding up to a maximum of $5,250 annually. If subsequent tax law changes fail to continue the tax-free treatment, or in any way modify its treatment, appropriate adjustments in tax withholding will be made from the effective date of the change. This Article does not apply to training seminars, conferences, workshops, etc.
Travel Expense Reimbursement Pricing for services provided under this Contract are exclusive of any travel expenses that may be incurred in the performance of those services. Travel expense reimbursement may include personal vehicle mileage or commercial coach transportation, hotel accommodations, parking and meals; provided, however, the amount of reimbursement by Customers shall not exceed the amounts authorized for state employees as adopted by each Customer; and provided, further, that all reimbursement rates shall not exceed the maximum rates established for state employees under the current State Travel Management Program (xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/procurement/prog/stmp/). Travel time may not be included as part of the amounts payable by Customer for any services rendered under this Contract. The DIR administrative fee specified in Section 5 below is not applicable to travel expense reimbursement. Anticipated travel expenses must be pre-approved in writing by Customer.
Education Reimbursement Effective date of ratification Employees shall on the prior approval of the Director of Nursing and after successful completion of the course be entitled to receive reimbursement for employment related textbooks and / or course costs annually on presentation of receipt(s) for payment by the Director of Nursing or designate as follows: Full-time employees Up to $100.00 Part-time employees Up to $50.00 Such payments shall be tax free if allowed by law.
Compensation and Expense Reimbursement A. Client will pay the Company, as compensation for the services provided for in this Agreement and as reimbursement for expenses incurred by Company on Client's behalf, in the manner set forth in Schedule A annexed to this Agreement which Schedule is incorporated herein by reference.
Course Reimbursement A. The sum of up to $12,000.00 will be made available for course or workshop reimbursement to unit members under the pro-visions of this article. The district shall reimburse each unit member up to 3/4 of the per credit charge at the UNH in-state rate toward tuition for the first course, each approved course successfully completed at an accredited college or university. No unit member should expect reimbursement for more than one course until May 1st. However, after that time any unexpended money maybe used for multiple class reimbursement. If there is enough money left, all people who have a second course will be reimbursed based on the above formula, then those with a third course, etc. If there is not enough money to full pay for all the courses at that level, then the remaining amount will be evenly divided by the teachers involved. An approved course should be in the unit member’s major field (or part of a degree program within the unit member’s major field), required for certification, or aligned with district goals. The maximum credits outside the major teaching area, required for certification, or aligned with district goals allowable in any one school year shall be limited to six (6) credits of the twelve. The district shall reimburse each unit member for the workshop fee. To be eligible for tuition or workshop reimbursement, courses and workshops must be approved by the Superintendent in advance of the unit member’s registration. When a grant or aid is received from a source other than the district, that sum shall be subtracted from the district’s reimbursement. Courses or workshops taken during the summer session will be reimbursed during the thirty (30) day period following the opening of school in September. Courses and workshops completed between September 1 and May 3l will be reimbursed upon proof of completion. The unit member must be teaching in the district during the reimbursement period to be eligible for reimbursement. Reimbursement will be made within thirty (30) working days upon submission of proof of successful completion of the course or workshop; except that no unit member shall be reimbursed for a second course until all those eligible for a first reimbursement have received payment. Reports will be made to the Association President on a monthly basis advising them of the balances.
Business Expense Reimbursements During the Term, the Company shall promptly reimburse Executive for Executive’s reasonable and necessary business expenses in accordance with the Company’s then-prevailing policies and procedures for expense reimbursement (which shall include appropriate itemization and substantiation of expenses incurred).