Long-Term Disability definition

Long-Term Disability for the purposes hereof, shall mean that the Optionee is unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment that can be expected to result in death or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than twelve months.
Long-Term Disability means a physical or mental condition in respect of which the administrator of the Corporation’s long-term disability plan has determined that the Participant is eligible to receive income replacement benefits; or, if the Participant is not then a participant in the Corporation’s long-term disability plan, a physical or mental condition that the administrator of the Corporation’s long-term disability plan determines would have rendered the Participant eligible to receive income replacement benefits, had the Participant been enrolled in such plan.

Examples of Long-Term Disability in a sentence

  • Employees on disability leave may qualify for benefits under several Company plans (PTO/Vacation, Workers’ Compensation, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability) subject to all of the policies and rules governing eligibility and use of such benefits.

  • Effective October the Board will pay of the premium cost of a Long-Term Disability Plan.

  • Section B Long-Term Disability The University will pay the full cost of a Long-Term Disability Insurance Program.

  • After three (3) months full-time employment full-time employees shall be eligible for a Long-Term Disability benefit in accord- ance with the terms of the Company's Plan.

  • No other benefits of this Collective Agreement will be paid to an employee who on Long-Term Disability.


More Definitions of Long-Term Disability

Long-Term Disability means a long-term disability that after consideration and implementation of reasonable accommodations (provided that no accommodation that imposes undue hardship on the Company will be required), renders or will render Executive unable to perform his essential job functions for a period longer than four months. The determination of Executive’s Long-Term Disability shall be made by Executive’s attending physician unless the Board disagrees with such determination, in which case Executive’s Long-Term Disability shall be determined by a majority of three physicians qualified to practice medicine in the State of the Executive’s residence, one to be selected by each of the Executive (or his authorized representative) and the Board and the third to be selected by such two designated physicians;
Long-Term Disability means long-term disability as defined under the terms of the Company's applicable long-term disability plans or policies.
Long-Term Disability is defined according to the Company’s insurance policy regarding long-term disability for its employees.
Long-Term Disability means the Executive’s mental or physical condition which would render the Executive eligible to receive disability benefits under the Company’s long-term disability plan then in effect.
Long-Term Disability. This is defined as a period of disability resulting from illness/non-occupational injury as determined by a qualified medical practitioner, which prevents an Employee from attending work and which extends for a period of more than twenty-six (26) weeks.
Long-Term Disability means that because of physical or mental incapacity, the Employee has not performed his duties under this Agreement for six months or longer. In any event, termination due to long-term disability will not occur until at least one year from the date of commencement of such disability.
Long-Term Disability shall have the same meaning as long-term disability or other similar term used in any long-term or permanent disability policy provided by the Company and covering the Employee. In the event that there is no long-term or permanent disability policy in effect covering the Employee, the term “long-term disability” shall mean that because of physical or mental incapacity, the Employee has not performed his duties under this Agreement for six months or longer. In any event, termination due to long-term disability will not occur until at least one year from the date of commencement of such disability.