Severance Payment definition

Severance Payment means any amount paid by a board to or in behalf of a superintendent on early termination of the superinten- dent’s contract that exceeds the amount earned by the superinten- dent under the contract as of the date of termination, including any amount that exceeds the amount of earned standard salary and benefits that is paid as a condition of early termination of the con- tract. Payments to a former superintendent who remains employed by a district in another capacity or contracts with a district to pro- vide the district services may be severance payments in whole or in part if the payments are compensation for the early termination of a prior employment agreement. Severance payments include any payment for actual or threatened litigation involving or related to the employment contract. Education Code 11.201(c); 19 TAC 105.1021(a)(1)
Severance Payment shall have the same meaning as the term "parachute payment" defined in Section 280G(b)(2) of the Code.
Severance Payment shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5(b)(i).

Examples of Severance Payment in a sentence

  • The Severance Payment will be paid in a single lump sum payment within thirty (30) days of the Termination Date.

  • The Severance Payment is subject to all applicable payroll tax withholdings.

  • Regions Makes the Required Severance Payment On June 15, 2008, Regions paid Martinez more than $7,136,120 in severance benefits pursuant to Section 6 of the Employment Agreement.

  • Economic Compensation (also referred to as Severance Payment): Severance payments for labour termination must be made in certain cases stipulated by law (e.g. unilateral termination by the employer (other than in cases warranting immediate termination), mass dismissals, unilateral termination by the employee with immediate effect, mutual termination agreements etc.).


More Definitions of Severance Payment

Severance Payment means a payment, in lieu of any other severance payment or benefit pursuant to any other plan or agreement of the Employer, the Company or any Affiliate to which the Executive is otherwise entitled, of an amount equal to the product of (i) the Severance Multiple multiplied by (ii) the sum of (A) the Executive's annual base salary immediately prior to the time of Severance and (B) the Executive's Target Bonus for the calendar year immediately prior to the calendar year in which the Severance occurs.
Severance Payment means the payment of severance compensation as provided in Article II.
Severance Payment means an amount equal to the sum of the Base Salary in effect on the date of termination of Executive’s employment, plus the amount of the Target Bonus for the Executive for the year in which the Executive’s employment is terminated; provided, however, that if the Executive terminates the Executive’s employment for Good Reason based on a reduction in Base Salary, then the Base Salary to be used in calculating the Severance Payment shall be the Base Salary in effect immediately prior to such reduction in Base Salary.
Severance Payment means a cash amount equal to three times the sum of (i) Executive’s Base Salary at the rate in effect as of the date on which the Employment Period terminates, and (ii) Executive’s Target Bonus for such year.
Severance Payment. The term "Severance Payment" shall have the same meaning as the term "parachute payment" defined in Section 280G(b)(2) of the Code.
Severance Payment means the Executive’s Base Salary at the time of the Termination Date plus the average of the annual bonuses earned by the Executive with respect to each of the three completed fiscal years of the Company preceding the year in which the Termination Date occurs (or such lesser number of fiscal years for which the Executive was employed by the Company, with any partial year’s bonus being annualized with respect to such fiscal year) multiplied by the severance multiplier set forth above; provided that if Executive’s Termination Date occurs on or following a Change of Control, the multiplier described above shall be increased to the post-Change of Control severance multiplier set forth above and any reduction in Executive’s Base Salary since the date of the Change of Control shall be ignored.
Severance Payment means two (2) times the sum of: (i) the Executive’s Annual Salary in effect on the day of termination and (ii) the Executive’s Average Annual Bonus. The Executive’s “Average Annual Bonus” means the average bonus actually paid to the Executive with respect to the prior two (2) calendar years but specifically excluding the deferred shares granted to Executive concurrent with the closing of the U-Store-It IPO. For purposes of this Section 5.2, the “Effective Date of the Termination” shall mean the date on which a notice of termination is given or any later date (within thirty (30) days after the giving of such notice) set forth in such notice of termination, or in the case of termination of employment by the Executive for Good Reason, the date of termination specified in such Executive’s notice of termination.