Interfere definition

Interfere means, to solicit, entice, persuade, induce, influence or attempt to influence, directly or indirectly, clients or Prospective Clients, employees, agents or independent contractors of the Company or any of its affiliated companies to restrict, reduce, sever or otherwise alter their relationship with the Company or any of its affiliated companies.
Interfere means, except in the performance of the Executive’s duties and responsibilities on behalf of and for the benefit of the Company, (A) to solicit, entice, persuade, induce, influence or attempt to influence, directly or indirectly, Customers, suppliers, Employees or Independent Contractors of the Company or any of its Related Entities to restrict, reduce, sever or otherwise alter their relationship with the Company or any of its Related Entities; or (B) to hire or recruit on the Executive’s own behalf or on behalf of any other person or entity, directly or indirectly, any Employee or Independent Contractor of the Company who at any time was supervised (1) directly by the Executive or (2) by another person who was supervised directly by the Executive; or (C) whether as a direct solicitor or provider of such services, or in a direct management or direct supervisory capacity over others who solicit or provide such services, to solicit or provide services that fall within the definition of Restricted Activities as defined in Subsection 18(f)(ii) below to any Customer of the Company or its Related Entities.
Interfere means willing and continuous conduct which prevents the ombudsperson

Examples of Interfere in a sentence

  • Interfere with, tamper with, alter, damage, disable, or impede the operation of a VMS unit or to attempt any of the same; or to move or remove a VMS unit without the prior permis- sion of the SAC.

  • Unlawful ActsFMLA makes it unlawful for the Company to: Interfere with, restrain, or deny the exercise of any right provided under FMLA.

  • Interfere with, impede, delay, or prevent the installation, maintenance, repair, inspection, or removal of a VMS unit.

  • Interfere with, restrain, or coerce public employees in the exercise of their rights guaranteed in section 9.

  • No, an employee (including management) may not directly or indirectly intimidate, threaten, or coerce any other employee or Interfere with any right that an employee may have with respect to donating, receiving, or using EIB.


More Definitions of Interfere

Interfere means to interpose in a way that hinders or impedes.
Interfere means to interpose in a manner that would reasonably be expected to hinder or impede a person in the petitioner’s situation.
Interfere means to adversely or potentially adversely impact the successful completion of an indoor radon measurement by changing the radon or radon progeny concentrations or altering the performance of measurement equipment or an indoor radon mitigation system installation or operation.
Interfere means intentional or grossly negligent acts or conduct that is reasonably likely to hamper, hinder or disturb the relationships between the Company and any applicable party.
Interfere means to influence or attempt to influence, directly or indirectly, customers, program suppliers, employees, performers or independent contractors of the Company, its subsidiaries or any of its network affiliates to restrict, reduce, sever or otherwise alter their relationship with the Company, its subsidiaries or any of its network affiliates. In the event any court having jurisdiction shall reduce the duration or scope of the covenant not to interfere set forth in this Section 9, such covenant, in its reduced form, shall be enforceable. This Section 9 shall survive the expiration or termination of the Term.
Interfere means, except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, interfere with, impede, disturb or adversely affect except in a non-material and temporary way and “Interference” has a corresponding meaning.
Interfere or “interference” means any flow of electricity from the conductor to the vegetation through direct contact or arcing, or any abrasion to conductor, equipment, or vegetation caused by contact.