Severance Benefits to Employee Sample Clauses

Severance Benefits to Employee. Contingent upon execution of this AGREEMENT without revocation, NEWMONT will provide to EMPLOYEE a payment, less all applicable local, state, and federal withholding taxes, and benefits pursuant to the provisions of the Executive Severance Plan of Newmont, and benefits as a terminated eligible employee of the applicable Newmont Annual Incentive Compensation Program as of the DATE OF SEPARATION. Both amounts shall be paid sixty (60) days after the DATE OF SEPARATION, unless the benefits under the applicable Newmont Annual Incentive Compensation Program are not yet known, in which case, such benefits shall be paid according to the timing in the applicable Newmont Annual Incentive Compensation Program. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all payments and benefits provided for under this Section shall be paid no later than the fifteenth (15th) day of the third month following the calendar year in which the EMPLOYEE’S right to payment under this AGREEMENT is no longer subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture or, with respect to the continuation of certain health and welfare benefits, the EMPLOYEE’S applicable COBRA period or as otherwise provided in the Executive Severance Plan of Newmont.
Severance Benefits to Employee. In consideration of the promises of Employee under this Agreement, if Employee has not revoked this Agreement at the end of the Revocation Period provided for in Paragraph 7, Employer hereby agrees to provide Employee severance benefits as detailed below. Employee understands and agrees that such severance benefits are in addition to anything of value to which Employee is already entitled and that Employer has no legal obligation, other than pursuant to this Agreement, to provide these benefits.
Severance Benefits to Employee. In exchange for Employee signing this Release, complying with its terms, and not revoking this Release, the Company will pay and provide to Employee the following benefits (the "Severance Benefits"): (i) 12 months of Employee’s base salary paid on the Company’s normal pay dates beginning on the Separation Date, provided that payments will not begin until expiration of the seven day revocation period in Section 2.4, with the first payment including all accrued amounts since the Separation Date; (ii) a severance bonus equal to the average of the annual cash bonuses received by Employee for the 24 months prior to the Separation Date, paid in two equal installments with the first installment made when annual bonuses are paid to employees generally in 2021 but not later than April 30, 2021 and the second installment on November 1, 2021; (iii) Employee’s accrued, unused vacation as of the Separation Date, if any, paid on the next pay date following termination; (iv) the Company will pay Employee’s COBRA premiums for continued medical, dental and vision coverage for the 18 months following the Separation Date provided Employee timely elects COBRA for each such benefit (which premiums shall be taxable to Employee); (v) Employee shall vest as of the Separation Date in outstanding stock option awards under the Company’s 2006 and 2015 Equity Incentive Plans (the “Equity Plans”), the options shall only become exercisable on the original vesting dates stated at grant of options, and those options will continue to be exercisable until their original expiration date as if Employee’s employment continued; (vi) Employee shall retain the Company-issued computer and related accessories and equipment and the Company-issued cell phone and number; and (vii) Employee shall vest and be entitled to payment of any performance restricted stock units or similar awards under the Equity Plans, if any value is payable and on the same date as payable had employment continued, as and when therein required, with all of the Severance Benefits conditioned on Employee signing this Release. Severance Benefits will be provided if, and only if, (1) Employee signs this Release and returns it to the Company on or after his Separation Date (the Parties are signing this Release in August 2020 as documentation of the terms, but Employee must re-sign at actual separation); and (2) the seven day revocation period in Part II, Section 2.4 below has expired on or before the 55th day after Separation Date,...
Severance Benefits to Employee. In exchange for Employee signing this Release, complying with its terms, and not revoking this Release, the Company will pay to Employee the following "Severance Benefits" if, and only if, (i) Employee signs this Release and returns it to the Company; and (ii) the seven (7) day revocation period in Part II, Section 2.4 below has expired on or before the 55th day after Separation Date, and Employee has not exercised his right to revoke this Release in accordance with Part II, Section 2.4 below:
Severance Benefits to Employee 

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Severance Benefits Employee shall be entitled to receive ------------------ severance benefits upon termination of employment only as set forth in this Section 5(b):
Severance Benefit If the Employee’s employment is terminated by the Company for any reason other than Cause (as defined below) or if the Employee terminates his/her employment for Good Reason (as defined below), the Company shall provide Employee with the following:
Severance Pay Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 61, Severance Pay, of this Agreement, where the period of continuous employment in respect of which severance benefit is to be paid consists of both full- and part-time employment or varying levels of part-time employment, the benefit shall be calculated as follows: the period of continuous employment eligible for severance pay shall be established and the part-time portions shall be consolidated to equivalent full-time. The equivalent full-time period in years shall be multiplied by the full-time weekly pay rate for the appropriate group and level to produce the severance pay benefit.
Eligibility for Severance Benefits The Corporation or its successor shall pay or provide to the Executive the Severance Benefits if the Executive’s employment is terminated voluntarily or involuntarily during the term of this Agreement, either:
Benefits to Executive Subject to and conditional upon Executive executing this Agreement and not revoking his acceptance hereof within the timeframes specified below, Company agrees to provide Executive with the following benefits:
Severance Pay and Benefits If Employee’s employment with the Corporation terminates under circumstances as described in Section 6.2 above, Employee shall be entitled to receive all of the following:
Severance Compensation (a) If, following the occurrence of a Change in Control, the Company terminates the Executive’s employment during the Severance Period other than pursuant to Section 3(a)(i), 3(a)(ii) or 3(a)(iii), or if the Executive terminates Executive’s employment pursuant to Section 3(b) (any such termination, a “Triggering Termination”), provided that such Triggering Termination constitutes a “separation from service” as defined in Section 409A, the Company will pay to the Executive the amounts described in Annex A within five business days after the Termination Date (subject to the provisions of Section 4(d) of this Agreement) and will continue to provide to the Executive the benefits described in Annex A for the periods described therein. (b) Without limiting the rights of the Executive at law or in equity, if the Company fails to make any payment or provide any benefit required to be made or provided hereunder on a timely basis, the Company will pay interest on the amount or value thereof at an annualized rate of interest equal to the “prime rate” as set forth from time to time during the relevant period in The Wall Street Journal “Money Rates” column, plus 200 basis points, compounded monthly, or, if less, the maximum rate legally allowed. Such interest will be payable as it accrues on demand. Any change in such prime rate will be effective on and as of the date of such change. (c) Unless otherwise expressly provided by the applicable plan, program or agreement, after the occurrence of a Change in Control, the Company will pay in cash to the Executive a lump sum amount equal to the sum of (i) any unpaid Incentive Pay that has been earned, accrued, allocated or awarded to the Executive for any performance period that by its terms as in effect prior to a Triggering Termination has been completed (any such period, a “Completed Performance Period”) (regardless of whether payment of such compensation would otherwise be contingent on the continuing performance of services by the Executive) and (ii) the Pro Rata Portion of the Incentive Pay Target in effect for any subsequent performance period. For this purpose, “Pro Rata Portion” means (x) the number of days from and including the first day immediately following the last day of the immediately preceding Completed Performance Period to and including the Termination Date, divided by (y) the total number of days in such subsequent performance period. Such payments will be made at the earlier of (x) the date prescribed for payment pursuant to the applicable plan, program or agreement and (y) within five business days after the Termination Date, and will be payable and calculated disregarding any otherwise applicable vesting requirements. (d) To the extent required in order to avoid accelerated taxation and/or tax penalties under Section 409A, amounts that would otherwise be payable and benefits that would otherwise be provided pursuant to this Agreement during the six-month period immediately following the Executive’s termination of employment shall instead be paid on the first business day after the date that is six months following the Executive’s termination of employment (or upon the Executive’s death, if earlier). In addition, for purposes of this Agreement, each amount to be paid or benefit to be provided shall be construed as a separate identified payment for purposes of Section 409A, and any payments described in Annex A that are due within the “short term deferral period” as defined in Section 409A shall not be treated as deferred compensation unless applicable law requires otherwise.
Change in Control Severance Benefits In the event that the Company (or any surviving or acquiring corporation) terminates Employee’s employment without Just Cause or Employee resigns for Good Reason within one (1) month prior to or twelve (12) months following the effective date of a Change in Control (“Change in Control Termination”), and upon the execution of a Release, Employee shall be entitled to receive the following Change in Control severance benefits: (i) a lump-sum cash payment in an amount equal to (A) Employee’s annual base salary then in effect, plus (B) the greater of (1) Employee’s annualized target bonus award for the year in which Employee’s employment terminates or (2) the Annual Bonus amount paid to Employee in the immediately preceding year; (ii) payment of any accrued but unused vacation and sick leave; (iii) payment of Employee’s target bonus award for the year in which Employee’s employment terminates, prorated through the date of the Change in Control Termination; (iv) the Company (or any surviving or acquiring corporation) shall pay the premiums of Employee’s group health insurance COBRA continuation coverage, including coverage for Employee’s eligible dependents, for a maximum period of twelve (12) months following a Change in Control Termination; and (v) the Company (or any surviving or acquiring corporation) shall pay the costs of outplacement assistance services from an outplacement agency selected by Employee for a period of six (6) months following a Change in Control Termination, up to maximum of $7,500 in aggregate; provided, however, that (a) the Company (or any surviving or acquiring corporation) shall pay premiums for Employee’s eligible dependents only for coverage for which those eligible dependents were enrolled immediately prior to the Change in Control Termination and (b) the Company’s (or any surviving or acquiring corporation’s) obligation to pay such premiums shall cease immediately upon Employee’s eligibility for comparable group health insurance provided by a new employer of Employee. Employee agrees that the Company’s (or any surviving or acquiring corporation’s) payment of health insurance premiums will satisfy its obligations under COBRA for the period provided. No insurance premium payments will be made following the effective date of Employee’s coverage by a health insurance plan of a subsequent employer. For the balance of the period that Employee is entitled to coverage under federal COBRA law, if any, Employee shall be entitled to maintain such coverage at Employee’s own expense.In addition, notwithstanding anything contained in Employee’s stock option or other equity award agreements to the contrary, in the event the Company (or any surviving or acquiring corporation) terminates Employee’s employment without Just Cause or Employee resigns for Good Reason within one (1) month prior to or twelve (12) months following the effective date of a Change in Control, and any surviving corporation or acquiring corporation assumes Employee’s stock options and/or equity awards, as applicable, or substitutes similar stock options or equity awards for Employee’s stock options and/or equity awards, as applicable, in accordance with the terms of the Company’s equity incentive plans, then (i) the vesting of all of Employee’s stock options and/or equity awards (or any substitute stock options or equity awards), as applicable, shall be accelerated in full and (ii) the term and the period during which Employee’s stock options may be exercised shall be extended to twelve (12) months after the date of Employee’s termination of employment; provided, that, in no event shall such options be exercisable after the expiration date of such options as set forth in the stock option grant notice and/or agreement evidencing such options.
Compensation Benefits Etc UPON, AND EFFECTS OF, TERMINATION.
Change in Control Benefits If a Change in Control occurs during the term of this Agreement and, thereafter, the Executive’s employment terminates involuntarily but without Cause or if the Executive voluntarily terminates employment with Good Reason, the Bank shall make or cause to be made a lump-sum payment to the Executive in an amount in cash equal to three (3) times the Executive’s average annual compensation. For this purpose, average annual compensation means the Executive’s taxable income reported by the Bank (or any affiliate of the Bank) for the five (5) calendar years immediately preceding the calendar year in which the Change in Control occurs. The payment required under this paragraph is payable no later than five (5) business days after the Executive’s termination of employment. If the Executive receives payment under Section 5.1, the Executive shall not be entitled to any additional severance benefits under Section 4.1 of this Agreement. In addition to the cash severance benefit provided for under this Section 5.1, the Bank shall provide the Executive with the post-termination insurance coverage described in Section 4.2(a) of this Agreement, subject to the provisions of Section 4.2(b) of this Agreement.