Change in Control Severance Benefits definition

Change in Control Severance Benefits means the benefits payable pursuant to Section 3 of this Agreement.
Change in Control Severance Benefits means the Severance Benefit described in Section 3.2.
Change in Control Severance Benefits is defined in Section 4(c).

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.

  • 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.

  • No Severance Benefits or Change in Control Severance Benefits will be paid hereunder prior to the Effective Date of the Release.

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More Definitions of Change in Control Severance Benefits

Change in Control Severance Benefits. (i) The Company will pay Executive an amount equal to Executive’s then current Base Salary for eighteen (18) months, less all applicable withholdings and deductions, paid in equal installments on the Company’s normal payroll schedule following the date of Separation from Service, with the first payment beginning on the Severance Pay Commencement Date, and the remaining installments occurring on the Company’s regularly scheduled payroll dates thereafter; provided that on the Severance Pay Commencement Date, the Company will pay in a lump sum the aggregate amount of the cash severance payments that the Company would have paid Executive through such date had the payments commenced on the effective date of termination through the Severance Pay Commencement Date.
Change in Control Severance Benefits means the benefits payable in accordance with Sections 4.2 and 4.4 of the Plan.
Change in Control Severance Benefits means: (i) payment of an amount equal to one and one-half (1.5) times Employee’s then current Base Salary, payable in installments over eighteen (18) months, commencing within sixty (60) calendar days after the resignation or termination (collectively, “termination’) of Employee’s employment with the Company, in accordance with the Company’s customary payroll practices for its senior management personnel; (ii) payment of an amount equal to 100% of the target Bonus for the calendar year in which such termination occurs (such amount being payable in a lump sum), payable within seventy five (75) calendar days following such termination ; (iii) the accelerated vesting of stock options held by Employee immediately prior to such termination (“Options”), such that all Options will become vested as of the date of Employee’s termination; (iv) the accelerated vesting of restricted stock grants held by Employee immediately prior to such termination (“Grants”), such that all Grants will become vested as of the date of Employee’s termination; (v) the accelerated vesting of performance restricted stock units held by Employee immediately prior to such termination at the applicable performance targets or such greater amounts as determined by the Board of Directors in their sole discretion; and (vi) in the event that Employee is enrolled in any of the Company’s group health benefits plans as of the effective date of Employee’s termination, then Employee and Employee’s eligible dependents, if any, shall remain eligible to continue their participation in such plans for a period of eighteen (18) months after Employee’s date of termination, subject to the eligibility and other terms and conditions of such plans, except that the Company will pay the full premiums otherwise payable for such coverage during such 18 month period. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, Employee’s receipt of Change in Control Severance Benefits is conditioned on Employee’s execution and delivery to the Company of a separation agreement (that Employee does not revoke) containing a general release, the form and substance of which are acceptable to the Company.
Change in Control Severance Benefits has the meaning ascribed to the same in Article 3 herein.
Change in Control Severance Benefits means the compensation and benefits provided to a Terminated Participant pursuant to Section 5 of the Program.
Change in Control Severance Benefits means the compensation and other benefits the Covered Employee will be provided pursuant to Section 4.
Change in Control Severance Benefits i. The Company will pay you an amount equal to twelve (12) months of your then current Base Salary, less applicable withholdings and deductions, paid in twenty-four (24) equal installments beginning on the Company’s first regularly scheduled payroll date which occurs at least five (5) business days following the Release Effective Date, with the remaining twenty-three (23) installments occurring on the Company’s regularly scheduled payroll dates thereafter;