Cash Compensation definition

Cash Compensation shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.11(a).

Examples of Cash Compensation in a sentence

  • One international facilitator described how “the backing of prestigious people was criti- cal to the proposal being supported in the room.” No ques- tions or concerns were raised, and the proposal was adopted unanimously.The women secured additional provisions on an ad hocbasis throughout the negotiation, including: • Cash compensation payments to be made into family bank accounts, to which women were encouraged by the mine to be signatories.

  • Cash compensation levels should be sufficient to replace the lost land and other assets at full replacement cost in local markets.13.

  • The entitlement framework has been presented in Table 7.1.TABLE-7.1Entitlement Framework for Economic RehabilitationType of ImpactUnit ofentitlementEntitlementLoss of Agricultural land(i) Owners (with valid title)Titleholders familyThe affected families will have option to choose any one from the following.Option 1: Cash compensation as fixed by LA authorities.

  • Cash compensation levels should be sufficient to replace the lost land and other assets at full replacement cost in local markets.

  • Cash compensation would be offered as a preferred option for all other structures lost, and payment will be determined by the going market prices for construction materials.


More Definitions of Cash Compensation

Cash Compensation is defined, with respect to any calendar year, as (i) the total salary payable in such calendar year, (ii) the annual cash bonuses earned by the Executive during such calendar year, and accrued by the Company and/or the Partnership with respect to such calendar year, notwithstanding the fact that a portion of such bonuses may be paid to the Executive by March 15 of the following calendar year in compliance with the short-term deferral rule under Section 409A, and (iii) respect to any multi-year cash bonuses, the amount actually paid in such calendar year. For the avoidance of doubt, the term Cash Compensation does not include payments or benefits to the Executive under any employee benefit or fringe benefit plan, program, or arrangement or awards or payments under the Cedar Fair, L.P. Amended and Restated Senior Management Long-Term Incentive Compensation Plan, the Cedar Fair, L.P. Amended and Restated 2000 Equity Incentive Plan, or the Cedar Fair, L.P. Amended and Restated Supplemental Retirement Program, as such plans, programs, or arrangements currently exist or are hereafter amended.
Cash Compensation means (1) (for VICP eligible employees) salary in the reference year plus VICP earned in the reference year and paid in January or February of the next calendar year or (2) (for Financial Advisors and other employees receiving Adjusted Compensation) base salary plus Adjusted Compensation paid in the reference year.
Cash Compensation means, as applied to any employee, nonemployee director or officer of, or any natural person who performs consulting or other independent contractor services for, the Company or any Company Subsidiary, the wages, salaries, bonuses (discretionary and formula), fees and other cash compensation paid or payable by the Company and each Company Subsidiary to that employee or other natural person.
Cash Compensation means the total of the Executive’s salary, the Cash Incentive Compensation and any other cash compensation paid to the Executive pursuant to the immediately preceding sentence, unreduced by any 401(k) plan elective deferrals. The term “Compensation” shall mean the aggregate of all taxable compensation of any nature whatsoever unless clearly indicated to the contrary in the context so used.
Cash Compensation means the annual retainer fees and meeting fees payable to a Director in cash.
Cash Compensation means the highest annual base salary rate paid to the Employee at any time during his employment by the Company and its Consolidated Subsidiaries, plus the higher of (i) the Employee’s annual bonus paid during the year immediately preceding the Date of Termination, or (ii) the Employee’s target bonus for the year in which the Date of Termination occurs, in each case including any salary or bonus amounts deferred by the Employee.