Example A definition

Example A. Officer “A” incurs a service-connected injury “A’s” hand. “A” is off work for sixteen months. City-paid benefits continue while “A” is off work. Two years after the initial injury, “A” re-injures “A’s” hand and is off for nine months. The City will continue “A’s” benefits (medical, dental, vision, life) for the first eight months. “A” is responsible for self-paying “A’s” benefits for the ninth month if the officer wishes to continue benefits.
Example A. Employee A receives a Company disability benefit of $100 gross per month for 12 months and then receives a Social Security award equal to $300 gross per month. The overpayment to be repaid by the employee is equal to $1,200. Example B: Employee B receives a Company disability benefit of $300 gross per month for 12 months and then receives a Social Security award equal to $100 gross per month. The overpayment to be repaid by the employee is equal to $1,200. After 26 weeks of disability, you must complete the application for extended benefits (long-term disability) unless circumstances make it impossible to do so. If you do not provide a complete application for extended disability benefits including any required physician information at least 90 days prior to the expiration of weekly indemnity benefits, your extended disability payments will not begin until all information is provided and your disability benefits have been approved by the insurance carrier.
Example A. Request for Program Budget (RPB): Annual funding allocation and fiscal year are within the total Not to Exceed (NTE) amount and full Term identified in the Original Agreement or most recent Contract Amendment. Example: Adding annual CODB funding increase and corresponding rate changes. (not required) X

Examples of Example A in a sentence

  • Example: A bidder is a joint venture consisting of members X, Y and Z.

  • Example: A bidder is a joint venture consisting of members A and B.

  • Example: A bidder is a joint venture consisting of members L and O.

  • Example: A prospective contract has a performance period of 40 months with end items being delivered in the 34th, 36th, 38th, and 40th months of the contract.

  • Example: A working lunch might be allowable to ensure full participation by attendees and if training continues during the lunch.


More Definitions of Example A

Example A. For an employee employed on a 75% basis who requests to be covered by the District’s medical-surgical programs, the Board shall pay 75% of the amount that the Board pays monthly for full-time employees for the coverage selected and the employee shall pay the remaining amount. Example B: An employee employed on a 50% basis who elects not to be covered by one of the District’s medical-surgical programs shall be entitled to 50% of the applicable dollar amount listed above for group loss-of-income, group term life insurance, group long-term disability insurance or tax-sheltered annuities, based on his/her years of District service.
Example A. Employee is hired January 11, 1999. Contributions commence June 1, 1999. Retroactive payments due June 1, 1999.
Example A. Classification A is a benchmark classification found to be 7% above Market Median, which means it is 2% over Market Median plus 5%. Classification A will have its COLA’s reduced by 1% per year for a period of 2 years. Under the agreement, COLA’s for each of the next 2 years would have been 2% per year. Therefore, Classification A will receive a 1% COLA in Year 1 (2% minus 1%) and a 1% COLA in Year 2 (2% minus 1%).] [Example B: Classification B is a benchmark classification found to be 6.7% above Market Median, which means it is 1.7% over Market Median plus 5%. Classification B will have its COLA’s reduced by 1% in Year 1 and 0.7% in Year 2. Under the agreement, COLA’s for each of the next 2 years would have been 2% per year. Therefore, Classification B will receive a 1% COLA in Year 1 (2% minus 1%) and a 1.3% COLA in Year 2 (2% minus 0.7%).]
Example A. An assignment starting on Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. is cancelled on the Monday before at 10:00 a.m. Vendor is paid for the entire assignment because there was less than 48 hours of notice from the assignment start-time.
Example A. If the Aggregate Capacity of any Applicable Asset for a Contract Quarter is on average 46,312.5 BPD (95% of the Minimum Throughput Commitment for such Contract Quarter), then the Minimum Throughput Commitment for such Contract Quarter would be reduced to 46,312.5 BPD of light naphtha and heavy naphtha (95% of the Minimum Throughput Commitment for such Contract Quarter).
Example A. An employee whose hourly rate of pay is $20.00 who works 10 hours of straight time plus 2 hours overtime on Thanksgiving Day would receive ten hours pay at his or her established hourly rate of $20.00 per hour plus two hours pay at one and a half (1 1/2) times his or her established hourly rate as follows: (10 hours x $20.00 per hour) + (2 hours x $20.00 x 1.5) = ($200) + ($60.00) = $260.00
Example A. A unit member works full time (8 hours a day) for 10.5 months a year. Each year they earn 10.5 days of leave of absence for illness or injury. They earn eight (8) hours a month for each month they work, totaling 84 hours a year.