Severance Benefits Sample Clauses

Severance Benefits. Upon Executive’s termination of employment, Executive shall receive any accrued but unpaid Base Salary and other accrued and unpaid compensation, including any accrued but unpaid vacation and Annual Bonus that has been earned with respect to any calendar year ending prior to Executive’s termination date, but remains unpaid as of the date of the termination. If the termination is due to a Covered Termination, provided that Executive delivers an effective general release of all claims against the Company and its affiliates in a form acceptable to the Company (a “Release of Claims”) that becomes effective and irrevocable within sixty (60) days following the Covered Termination, Executive shall also be entitled to receive the severance benefits described in Section 4.1(a) or (b), as applicable.
Severance Benefits. Subject to Section 3.7, the Company shall maintain in full force and effect, for the continued benefit of the Executive and his dependents for a period terminating on the earlier of: (i) twenty-four (24) months after the Termination Date or (ii) the commencement date of equivalent benefits from a new employer (the “CIC Extended Benefit Period”), all insured and self insured medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance employee welfare benefit plans in which the Executive was entitled to participate immediately prior to the Termination Date; provided that the Executive’s continued participation is not barred under the general terms and provisions of such Plans. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Executive shall continue to participate in such Plans during the CIC Extended Benefit Period only to the extent that such Plans remain in effect for other executives of the Company from time to time during the CIC Extended Benefit Period and subject to the terms of such Plans, including any modifications and amendments thereto following the Termination Date. In the event that the Executive’s participation in any such Plan is barred by its terms, the Company, at its sole cost and expense, shall arrange to have issued for the benefit of the Executive and his dependents individual policies of insurance providing benefits substantially similar (on an after-tax basis) to those which the Executive otherwise would have been entitled to receive under such Plans pursuant to this Paragraph (b). Executive shall be responsible for making any required contributions to the cost of such coverage, on an after-tax basis, at the rate which Executive was obligated to pay immediately prior to the Termination Date. If, at the end of the applicable CIC Extended Benefit Period, the Executive has not previously received or is not receiving equivalent benefits from a new employer, or is not otherwise receiving such benefits, the Company shall arrange to enable the Executive to convert his and his dependents’ coverage under such Plans to individual policies or programs upon the same terms as employees of the Company may apply for such conversions upon termination of employment. The severance benefits required to be provided by the Company to the Executive pursuant to this Paragraph (b) shall be in lieu of, and not in addition to, any severance benefits required to be provided to the Executive pursuant to Section 3.3(c)(ii) hereof. In no event shall the Company’s obligation to provi...
Severance Benefits. If Mr. Franklin meets the eligibility requirements of Paragraph 2.(a) hereof, he shall be entitled to a cash severance benefit in an amount equal to three times his Annual Compensation (the "Severance Amount"). If any portion of the Severance Amount constitutes an "excess parachute payment" (as such term is defined under Code Section 280G ("Excess Parachute Payment")), the Company shall pay to Mr. Franklin an additional amount calculated by determining the amount of tax under Code Section 4999 that he otherwise would have paid on any Excess Parachute Payment with respect to the Change in Control and dividing such amount by a decimal determined by adding the tax rate under Code Section 4999 ("Excise Tax"), the hospital insurance tax under Code Section 3101(b) ("HI Tax") and federal and state income tax measured at the highest marginal rates ("Income Tax") and subtracting such result from the number one (1) (the "280G Gross-up"); provided, however, that no 280G Gross-up shall be paid unless the Severance Amount plus all other "parachute payments" to Mr. Franklin under Code Section 280G exceeds three (3) times Mr. Franklin's "base amount" (as such term is defined under Code Section 280G ("Base Amount")) by ten percent (10%) or more; provided further, that if no 280G Gross-up is paid, the Severance Amount shall be capped at three (3) times Mr. Franklin's Base Amount, less all other "parachute payments" (as such term is defined under Code Section 280G) received by Mr. Franklin, less one dollar (the "Capped Amount"), if the Capped Amount, reduced by HI Tax and Income Tax, exceeds what otherwise would have been the Severance Amount, reduced by HI Tax, Income Tax and Excise Tax. For purposes of this Paragraph 2.(b), whether any amount would constitute an Excess Parachute Payment and any other calculations of tax, e.g., Excise Tax, HI Tax, Income Tax, etc., or other amounts, e.g., Base Amount, Capped Amount, etc., shall be determined by the tax department of the independent public accounting firm then responsible for preparing Southern's consolidated federal income tax return, and such calculations or determinations shall be binding upon the parties hereto.
Severance Benefits. If at any time following a Change in Control and continuing for two years thereafter, the Company terminates the Employee without Cause, or the Employee terminates employment with the Company for Good Reason, then as compensation for services previously rendered the Employee shall be entitled to the following benefits:
Severance Benefits. Upon a Covered Termination, and subject to the limitations and conditions set forth in this Agreement, Executive shall be eligible to receive the benefits set forth in this Article 4. The receipt of any severance payments or benefits pursuant to this Agreement is subject to Executive signing and not revoking the appropriate Release, which Release must become effective and irrevocable no later than the Release Deadline Date. If the Release does not become effective and irrevocable by the Release Deadline Date, Executive will forfeit any right to any severance payments or benefits under this Agreement. In no event will severance payments or benefits be paid or provided until the Release actually becomes effective and irrevocable.
Severance Benefits. The Company shall pay Executive an amount equal to six (6) months’ worth of his or her monthly base salary (at the rate in effect immediately prior to the actions that resulted in the Qualifying Termination). The Executive will receive his or her severance payment in a cash lump-sum in accordance with the Company’s standard payroll procedures, which payment will be made no later than the first regular payroll date occurring after the sixtieth (60th) day following the Separation, provided that the Release Conditions have been satisfied.