Termination for Disability. If, during the Employment Period, as a result of the Employee’s disability due to physical or mental illness or injury (regardless of whether such illness or injury is job-related), the Employee shall have been absent from the Employee’s duties hereunder on a full-time basis for a period of six consecutive months and, within 30 days after the Company notifies the Employee in writing that it intends to terminate the Employee’s employment (which notice shall not constitute the Notice of Termination contemplated below), the Employee shall not have returned to the performance of the Employee’s duties hereunder on a full-time basis, the Company may terminate the Employee’s employment for purposes of this Agreement pursuant to a Notice of Termination given in accordance with Section 13 hereof. If the Employee’s employment is terminated on account of the Employee’s disability in accordance with this Section, the Employee shall receive Accrued Benefits in accordance with Subsection 9(a) hereof and shall remain eligible for all benefits provided by any long term disability programs of the Company in effect at the time of such termination.
Termination for Disability. (a) If, as a result of Executive's incapacity due to physical or mental illness, he shall have been absent from his duties with the Bank or the Company on a full-time basis for six (6) consecutive months, and within thirty (30) days after written notice of potential termination is given he shall not have returned to the full-time performance of his duties, the Bank may terminate Executive's employment for "Disability."
Termination for Disability. If, as a result of the Executive's incapacity due to physical or mental illness, the Executive shall not have performed his duties hereunder on a full time basis for six (6) consecutive months, the Executive's employment under this Agreement may be terminated by Arrow upon thirty (30) days' written notice. Such termination for disability shall require the affirmative vote of a majority of the entire Arrow Board. The Executive's compensation during any period of disability prior to the effective date of such termination shall be the amounts normally payable to him in accordance with his then current base annual salary, reduced by the sum of the amounts, if any, paid to the Executive under disability benefit plans maintained by Arrow. The Executive shall not be entitled to any further compensation from the Bank for any period subsequent to the effective date of such termination, except for severance pay in accordance with then existing severance policies of Arrow; provided, however, that any such termination for disability occurring after the Executive shall have elected to become a Retired Early Employee under Paragraph 6 of this Agreement will not affect the right of the Executive to receive all of the payments provided for therein.
Termination for Disability. (a) If EXECUTIVE shall become disabled as defined in the BANK's then current disability plan (or, if no such plan is then in effect, if EXECUTIVE is permanently and totally disabled within the meaning of Section 22(e)(3) of the Code as determined by a physician designated by the Board), the BANK may terminate EXECUTIVE's employment for "Disability."
Termination for Disability. In the case of a termination of Executive’s employment hereunder for Disability in accordance with Section 1.6.3 above, during the first twelve (12) consecutive months of the period of Executive’s Disability, Executive shall continue to earn all compensation (including bonuses and incentive compensation) to which Executive would have been entitled if Executive had not been disabled, such compensation to be paid at the time, in the amount, and in the manner provided in Section 1.4, inclusive of any compensation received pursuant to any applicable disability insurance plan of Employer. Thereafter, Executive shall receive only compensation to which Executive is entitled under any applicable disability insurance plan of Employer; and Executive shall have no right to receive any other compensation (such as Termination Compensation) or other benefits upon or after Executive’s Termination Date. In the event a dispute arises between Executive and Employer concerning Executive’s Disability or ability to continue or return to the performance of his duties as aforesaid, Executive shall submit, at the expense of Employer, to examination of a competent physician mutually agreeable to the parties, and such physician’s opinion as to Executive’s capability to so perform shall be final and binding upon Employer and Executive.
Termination for Disability. (i) In the event of the disability of the Employee such that the Employee is unable to perform the duties and responsibilities hereunder to the full extent required by this Agreement by reasons of illness, injury or incapacity for a period of more than one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days or more than one hundred eighty (180) days, in the aggregate, during any three hundred sixty-five (365) day period (“Disability”), the Company shall have the right to terminate Employee’s employment hereunder by written notice to the Employee.
Termination for Disability. (1) Should the Executive be absent from work as a result of personal injury, sickness or other disability for any continuous period of time exceeding one hundred eighty (180) days, the Term may be terminated by the Company, upon written notice given to the Executive, because of the Executive’s disability.
Termination for Disability. Following a Change in Control of the Company, if an Executive’s employment is terminated due to Disability, the Executive shall receive his/her Base Salary through the Effective Date of Termination, at which point in time the Executive’s benefits shall be determined in accordance with the Company’s disability, retirement, insurance, and other applicable plans and programs then in effect. In the event the Executive’s employment is terminated due to Disability, the Executive shall not be entitled to the Severance Benefits described in Section 3.3.
Termination for Disability. Subject to the definitions and requirements of Section 2 (“Disability”), after six (6) consecutive months of such disability leave of absence, Executive’s service may be terminated by Company. In the event Executive is terminated from employment due to Disability, the Company shall:
Termination for Disability. The President and Chief Executive Officer may terminate this Agreement, upon written notice to Executive, for the “disability” (as defined below) of Executive at the expiration of a consecutive twenty-six (26) week period of disability if the President and Chief Executive Officer determines in their sole discretion that Executive’s disability will prevent Executive from substantially performing Executive’s duties hereunder. As used in this Agreement, “disability” shall be defined as (i) Executive’s inability, by reason of physical or mental illness or other cause, to perform substantially Executive’s duties hereunder; or (ii), in the discretion of the President and Chief Executive Officer, as it is defined in any disability insurance policy in effect at the Company during the time in question. Executive shall receive full compensation, benefits, and reimbursement of expenses pursuant to the terms of this Agreement from the date disability begins until the date Executive receives notice of termination under this paragraph or until Executive begins to receive disability benefits pursuant to a Company disability insurance policy in an amount comparable to Executive’s salary, whichever occurs first.