Severance Period definition

Severance Period means the period of time commencing on the date of the first occurrence of a Change in Control and continuing until the earliest of (i) the third anniversary of the occurrence of the Change in Control, (ii) the Executive's death, or (iii) the Executive's attainment of age 65.
Severance Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5(b).
Severance Period means the period beginning on the date Executive's employment with Employer terminates under circumstances described in subsection 3(a) and ending on the date 36 months thereafter.

Examples of Severance Period in a sentence

  • If the Executive experiences a Qualifying Termination when two or more Severance Periods are running concurrently, as applicable (because two or more Changes-in-Control have occurred), the Executive will have a Qualifying Termination with respect to each Severance Period.


More Definitions of Severance Period

Severance Period means the period commencing on the date of Involuntary Termination and continuing for 24 months thereafter.
Severance Period means the period from the date of termination through the remaining current Term of Employment, or, in the event that Executive receives notification of an Additional Term, the period from the date of termination to the end of the Additional Term; and
Severance Period means the period of time commencing on the date of the first occurrence of a Change in Control and continuing until the earlier of (i) the second anniversary of the occurrence of the Change in Control, or (ii) the Executive's death; provided, however, that commencing on each anniversary of the Change in Control, the Severance Period will automatically be extended for an additional year unless, not later than 90 calendar days prior to such anniversary date, either the Company or the Executive shall have given written notice to the other that the Severance Period is not to be so extended.
Severance Period means the period of 18 months following the termination of Executive's employment with the Company.
Severance Period means:
Severance Period means if the Executive’s employment shall be terminated by the Company without Cause or by the Executive’s resignation for Good Reason, the period beginning on the Date of Termination and ending on the first (1st) anniversary of the Date of Termination.
Severance Period means the period following a termination of Employment during which a Grantee is entitled to receive both salary continuation payments and continued participation under the health benefit plans of the Company or any of its Affiliates, whether pursuant to a separation agreement or an employment contract with, or a severance plan or other arrangement maintained by, the Company or any Affiliate.