New Employer definition

New Employer means, after a Change in Control, a Participant’s employer, or any direct or indirect parent or any direct or indirect majority-owned subsidiary of such employer.
New Employer means a Participant's employer, or the parent or a subsidiary of such employer, immediately following a Change in Control.
New Employer means the Grantee's employer, or the parent or a subsidiary of such employer, immediately following a Change in Control.

Examples of New Employer in a sentence

  • For purposes hereof, the fair market value of one share of common stock of the New Employer shall be determined by the Committee (as constituted immediately prior to the consummation of the transaction constituting the Change in Control), in good faith.

  • For purposes hereof, the fair market value of a share of common stock of the New Employer shall be determined by the Committee (as constituted immediately prior to the Change in Control), in good faith.

  • Payment of any amounts calculated in accordance with Sections 9(a)(i) and (ii) shall be made in cash or, if determined by the Committee (as constituted prior to the Change in Control), in shares of the stock of the New Employer having an aggregate fair market value equal to such amount or in a combination of such shares of stock and cash.

  • Payment of the amount calculated in accordance with Section 7(a) shall be made in cash or, if determined by the Committee (as constituted immediately prior to the Change in Control), in shares of the common stock of the New Employer having an aggregate fair market value equal to such amount and shall be payable in full, as soon as reasonably practicable, but in no event later than 30 days, following the Change in Control.

  • For purposes hereof, the fair market value of one share of stock of the New Employer shall be determined by the Committee (as constituted prior to the consummation of the transaction constituting the Change in Control) in good faith.


More Definitions of New Employer

New Employer means a business newly established in the clothing and garment knitting sector, during the first 12 months of its existence in the sector; Provided that if an existing business undergoes a change of name or ownership (including a change of directors, members or partners) while largely retaining the same employees and/or clients, it shall not be regarded as a new employer. [See also the proviso to clause 4(1)].
New Employer means any employer who has been an employer as defined in this chapter and whose account has been chargeable with benefits for less than one fiscal year immediately preceding the computation date.
New Employer means a school at which the teacher has been offered and accepted employment.
New Employer means, as determined by the Committee in its sole discretion, a Participant’s employer immediately following a Change in Control, the Company, any successor to the Company, or the entity resulting from a spin-off from the Company, or the parent or a subsidiary of any such entities.
New Employer means any Employer listed in clause 6 to this Annexure immediately following an employee’s last termination of employment.
New Employer means a local probation board or the Service.
New Employer means a school at which the employee has been offered and accepted employment.