Examples of Employment Liabilities in a sentence
Upon expiry, termination or assignment of an Order howsoever arising, each party shall be responsible for any Employment Liabilities arising in relation to its own staff during the Order and on the expiry or termination of such Order.
Accordingly, each party shall indemnify, and hold the other party harmless, from and against all Employment Liabilities which the other party or its Representatives may incur arising from or in connection with the expiry, termination or assignment of an Order.
If on the termination or at the end of the Contract TUPE does not apply, then all Employment Liabilities and any other liabilities in relation to the Supplier Personnel shall remain with the Supplier or Sub-contractor as appropriate.
Employment Liabilities: any costs, claims, demands, fines, or expenses (including reasonable legal and other professional expenses) and all losses, damages, compensation and other liabilities including those incurred by or attributed to any New Supplier or sub-contractor of the Customer (which shall include any incurred as a result of an indemnity or warranty given, or to be given, by the Customer to a New Supplier or sub-contractor).
The Supplier will indemnify and keep indemnified the Authority and/or any Successor in respect of any Employment Liabilities arising from any act or omission of the Supplier or Sub-contractor in relation to any other Supplier Personnel who is not a Subsequent Transferring Employee arising during any period whether before, on or after the Subsequent Transfer Date.