Survivors Sample Clauses

Survivors. Upon the death of an active employee, the District shall deem the employee to have resigned from District employment on the date of his or her death and to have begun receiving a retirement allowance whether or not the employee was in fact old enough to retire. If, based on that premise, the employee would have been eligible to continue his or her participation in the hospital and medical plans available to active employees under Section III below, Article III of this Agreement shall be applicable to the employee’s survivors as if they were survivors of a retiree. For that purpose, references to survivors of retirees in Section III shall be deemed to refer to those individuals.
Survivors. This Agreement survives after Second Party is no longer a stockholder in the Company.
Survivors. 1. Medical An employee’s Dependents enrolled in any medical option on the date of the employee’s death shall be “Survivors” entitled to continue coverage in accordance with the terms of the applicable plan document, provided that if the employee has less than ten (10) years of service (measured from Company Seniority date to separation date) the period of continued coverage shall be limited to three (3) months (exclusive of COBRA).
Survivors. Upon the death of an active employee, the District shall deem the employee to have resigned from District employment on the date of his or her death and to have begun receiving a retirement allowance whether or not the employee was in fact old enough to retire. If, based on that premise, the employee would have been eligible to continue his or her participation in the hospital and medical plans available to active employees under Section III below, Section III of this Agreement shall be applicable to the employee's survivors as if they were survivors of a retiree. For that purpose, references to survivors of retirees in Section III shall be deemed to refer to those individuals. Enrollment. Verification of eligibility, and enrollment or re-enrollment in plans shall be administered as follows : Initial Enrollment. Upon employment,each new employee who is eligible to enroll in plans under the Health Benefits Program shall receive complete information regarding the District's Health Benefits Program,and may enroll in hospital, medical, dental, and vision care plans. The employee's hire date will establish an event date by which the employee will need to enroll all eligible family members into an eligible health plan within 60 (sixty) calendar days. If the District receives the employee’s enrollment forms at any time during the calendar month,the District shall process the forms so as to make coverage effective on the first day of the following calendar month. If the District receives the employee's enrollment forms after the 60 (sixty) calendar day eligibility timeframe, this will be considered a Late Enrollment. Under this situation, the employee will either have to wait a 90-day period or until the next CalPERS Open Enrollment period. The earliest effective date of enrollment will be the first of the month following the 90-day waiting period or the January 1 following the Open Enrollment period.
Survivors. Officers and ratings landed from an Ad m iralty cable ship which has been lost will be given every assistance by th e Local N aval A u thority. Those able to travel will be sen t to th e cable ship depot, H .M .S. “ U biqu ity ” . A nom inal list of all who are landed, including those ad m itted to hospital locally or sen t to naval hospitals, will be forwarded to Director of Anti-Subm arine M ateriel, Ad m iralty, London.
Survivors. Survivors of an officer killed in the line of duty shall be reimbursed up to $10,000 for funeral expenses upon presentation of receipts and/or invoices
Survivors. Survivors of current, retiring or retired Bargaining Unit Members shall be eligible to receive identical benefit selection options as granted to active Bargaining Unit Members under Articles 19.1, 19.2, 19.3, 19.4 and 19.5, and all applicable subsections, in accordance with the provisions of COBRA.
Survivors. This Agreement survives after Second Party is no longer an agent of the Company.
Survivors. Effective for all employees under age 50 who die while on duty in active status as a full-time Township employee, the surviving spouse, if any, of the deceased employee will be eligible to receive 50% of the pension benefit the deceased employee would have been eligible to receive if the deceased employee had been of sufficient age to retire, based upon credited service accrued as of the date of death. With the exception of the death in service requirement (dies while on duty in active status as a full-time Township employee), this benefit is intended to provide employees under age 50 with the same benefits as that provided to employees over age 50. As such, employee eligibility and the spouse’s benefit will be subject to the pension plan provisions governing pre-retirement death benefits for employees age 50 and older.