Senior Employee Sample Clauses

Senior Employee. In the event of a tie, the senior employee shall be placed first on the promotional list.
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Senior Employee. The Senior Employee shall be responsible for implementing the strategic plans and policies of the Corporation. The Senior Employee shall, subject to the authority of the Board, have general supervision of the affairs of the Corporation and shall have such other duties and powers as the Board may specify;
Senior Employee. 1. Senior Employees are all Employees who have successfully completed their probation period and have worked for Employer for more than two school years. An Employee hired before December of a school year and completing the remainder of the school year will be considered having completed the entire school year for evaluation purposes only.
Senior Employee any Tier 1 Employee and any employee of the Target Group listed as such in the Senior Employee List, together with any other person who, prior to Completion, has replaced an employee of the Target Group listed in the Senior Employee List or who at Completion holds a position with or performs a role for the Target Group that is commensurate with the position or role (as applicable) of an employee of the Target Group listed in the Senior Employee List; Senior Employee List: the list of Senior Employees in the Agreed Form marked “AF14”; Shares: the Ordinary Shares and the A Ordinary Shares; Subsidiaries: the subsidiaries of the Company referred to in part 2 of schedule 2, certain details of which are set out in part 2 of schedule 2; Supplementary Exhibit: the exhibit in the Agreed Form marked “AF15”; Surviving Provisions: clauses 1 (Definitions and interpretation), 14 (Guarantee), 17 (Confidentiality and announcements), 19 (Assignment), 20 (General), 24 (Notices), 25 (Nature of Purchaser provisions) and 26 (Governing law and jurisdiction); Target Group: the Company and the Subsidiaries; Taxation or Tax: as defined in the Tax Covenant; Taxation Authority: as defined in the Tax Covenant; Tax Claim: a Tax Covenant Claim or a Tax Warranty Claim; Tax Covenant: the provisions of schedule 7 (Tax Covenant); Tax Covenant Claim: any claim by the Purchaser under or for breach of the Tax Covenant; Tax Warranty Claim: any claim by the Purchaser for breach of the Tax Warranties; Tax Warranties: the Vendors’ Warranties set out at paragraph 21 of part 1 of schedule 5 (Vendors’ Warranties);

Related to Senior Employee

  • Junior Employees The minimum rate of wages for junior employees shall be the under-mentioned percentages of the rates prescribed for the appropriate adult classification for the work performed by junior employees: Age Percentage Under 17 years of age 55% 17 and under 18 years of age 65% 18 and under 19 years of age 75% 19 and under 20 years of age 85% To determine the correct rate of pay, the Employer may request proof of age from the employee.

  • Prior Employment Executive represents and warrants that Executive’s acceptance of employment with the Company has not breached, and the performance of Executive’s duties hereunder will not breach, any duty owed by Executive to any prior employer or other person. Executive further represents and warrants to the Company that (a) the performance of Executive’s obligations hereunder will not violate any agreement between Executive and any other person, firm, organization, or other entity; (b) Executive is not bound by the terms of any agreement with any previous employer or other party to refrain from competing, directly or indirectly, with the business of such previous employer or other party that would be violated by Executive entering into this Agreement and/or providing services to the Company pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) Executive’s performance of Executive’s duties under this Agreement will not require Executive to, and Executive shall not, rely on in the performance of Executive’s duties or disclose to the Company or any other person or entity or induce the Company in any way to use or rely on any trade secret or other confidential or proprietary information or material belonging to any previous employer of Executive.

  • Key Employee Key employee means any employee or former employee (including any deceased employee) who at any time during the plan year that includes the determination date was an officer of the employer having annual compensation greater than $130,000 (as adjusted under Section 416(i)(1) of the Code for plan years beginning after December 31, 2002), a 5-percent owner of the employer, or a 1-percent owner of the employer having annual compensation of more than $150,000. For this purpose, annual compensation means compensation within the meaning of Section 415(c)(3) of the Code. The determination of who is a key employee will be made in accordance with Section 416(i)(1) of the Code and the applicable regulations and other guidance of general applicability issued thereunder.

  • School Year Employment If an employee is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the employee shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the employee appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.

  • Regular Employee Seniority for a regular employee is defined as the length of the employee’s continuous employment (whether full-time or part-time) from the date of commencement of regular employment, plus any seniority accrued, while working as a casual employee of the Employer.

  • Employee Employee’s rights and obligations under this Agreement shall not be transferable by Employee by assignment or otherwise, without the prior written consent of the Company; provided, however, that if Employee shall die, all amounts then payable to Employee hereunder shall be paid in accordance with the terms of this Agreement to Employee’s devisee, legatee, or other designee, or if there be no such designee, to Employee’s estate.

  • Company Employees Each Party shall not, directly or indirectly solicit for employment, any employee of the other Party who has been directly involved in the performance of this Agreement during the Term and for one year after the earlier of the termination or expiration of this Agreement or the termination of such individual's employment, with the other Party. It shall not be a violation of this provision if any employee responds to a Party's general advertisement of an open position.

  • Contractor Employee Conduct The Contractor’s employees shall adhere to the standards of conduct prescribed in the Customer’s personnel policy and procedure guidelines, particularly rules of conduct, security procedures, and any other applicable rules, regulations, policies and procedures of the Customer. The Contractor shall ensure that the Contractor’s employees wear attire suitable for the position, either a standard uniform or business casual dress.

  • Rehired Employees Amounts forfeited upon termination of employment because of the failure to meet the applicable vesting requirements shall not be reinstated or re-credited if an individual is subsequently rehired or re-employed by the School Corporation. However, if the Board shall have approved a leave of absence of not more than one (1) fiscal year for an employee, such period of leave shall not result in forfeiture provided the employee shall promptly return to employment following the expiration of the period of the leave.

  • Regular Employment The Employer may fill a position with a regular employment appointment for positions scheduled to work twelve (12) months per year.

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