Examples of Change in Control Severance Benefits in a sentence
As a condition of the Executive’s receipt of the Severance Benefits or the Change in Control Severance Benefits, as applicable, the Executive must execute and deliver to the Company a severance and release of claims agreement in a form to be provided by the Company (the “Severance Agreement”), which Severance Agreement must become irrevocable within 60 days following the date of the Executive’s termination of employment (or such shorter period as may be directed by the Company).
In the event Executive’s employment is terminated at any time for Cause, Executive will not receive Severance Benefits, Change in Control Severance Benefits, or any other severance compensation or benefits, except that, pursuant to the Company’s standard payroll policies, the Company shall pay to Executive the Accrued Obligations.
No Severance Benefits or Change in Control Severance Benefits will be paid hereunder prior to the Effective Date of the Release.
The Regular Severance Benefit and Change in Control Severance Benefits payments shall not be reduced or suspended if the Executive accepts other employment, except that Company is not required to continue any health or welfare benefit payments which duplicate employee benefits and perquisites received in such other employment.
The Executive must continue to comply with the Employee Confidentiality and Assignment Agreement and any similar agreement with the Company in order to be eligible to continue receiving the Severance Benefits or Change in Control Severance Benefits, as applicable.