Statutory Benefits definition

Statutory Benefits means mandatory employee benefits, which must be paid by employers as required by law.
Statutory Benefits. Refers to eligibility to participate in sick leave, retirement systems, Public Employee Benefit Board (PEBB) and Heath Care Authority (HCA) administered plans as defined by applicable RCW, WAC, College policies and benefit provider requirements. Stipend - A one-time payment. Student Contact Hours – The time employees are assigned for teaching and supporting students. Substitute – A person who is hired to work in the absence of the regular employee on an “as needed” basis as determined by the College. Supervisor – The individual assigned by the appropriate SA who directly supervises and evaluates employees. Union – The Xxxxx Technical College Local 4184, AFT Washington/AFL-CIO. VPI – Vice President of Instruction/Chief Academic Officer Work Day • Any day the employee is regularly schedule to work. • Day – a seven (7) or eight (8) hour work day beginning no earlier than 7:00
Statutory Benefits means compensation or other benefits payable under this Act;

Examples of Statutory Benefits in a sentence

  • Statutory Benefits covering all employees injured on the job by accident or disease as prescribed by Iowa Code Chapter 85.

  • Statutory Benefits (Coverage A) Statutory Employers Liability (Coverage B) $1,000,000 Each Accident $1,000,000 Disease/Employee $1,000,000 Disease/Policy Limit Workers’ Compensation policy must include under Item 3.A. on the information page of the workers’ compensation policy the state in which work is to be performed for A&M System.

  • Workers Compensation – Statutory Benefits (Only required if the Contractor will be delivering the product(s) to our building).

  • Statutory Benefits (Coverage A) StatutoryEmployers Liability (Coverage B) $1,000,000 Each Accident$1,000,000 Disease/Employee$1,000,000 Disease/Policy Limit Workers’ Compensation policy must include under Item 3.A. on the information page of the workers’ compensation policy the state in which work is to be performed for Texas A&M University.

  • Statutory Benefits (Coverage A) Statutory Employers Liability (Coverage B) $1,000,000 Each Accident $1,000,000 Disease/Employee $1,000,000 Disease/Policy Limit Workers’ Compensation policy must include under Item 3.A. on the information page of the workers’ compensation policy the state in which work is to be performed for TAMUS.


More Definitions of Statutory Benefits

Statutory Benefits means payments which the Employee receives or which without a means test would be available (upon application if necessary) as a result of federal, provincial, or municipal laws, regulations or statutes, including, without limitation, such income received or receivable as an Employment Insurance Benefit, or benefits under the Canada or Quebec Pension Plan, governmental pensions, and Weekly lost- time benefits under Workers' Compensation; provided, however, that Statutory Benefits shall not include amounts which would be available to the Employee, but which he has not received, and which require a means test in order to be eligible. The foregoing are intended to be examples only and do not limit the types of present or future Statutory Benefits which shall be offset under the Plan. Appendix C SECURITAS SERVICE TERMINATION PLAN FOR UNIFOR BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES IN ONTARIO (Effective May 28, 1997) TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. Article I Establishment of the Plan 2 Article II Eligibility for Benefits 2 Article III Qualifying Layoffs 3 Article IV Description of Plan Benefits 4 Article V Benefits Offsets 5 Article VI Relationship Between Governmental Required Separation or Severance Pay and Plan Benefits 5 Article VII Termination of Benefit Eligibility 5 Article VIII Effect of Plan Benefit on Employee Status 6 Article IX Overpayments 6 Article X Withholding Tax 6 Article XI Procedure 6 Article XII Miscellaneous 7 Article XIII Applicable Law 7 Article XIV Effect of Government Rulings 7 Article XV Definitions 8 SERVICE TERMINATION PLAN FOR UNIFOR BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES IN ONTARIO ARTICLE I
Statutory Benefits means payments which the Employee receives or which without a means test would be available (upon application if necessary) as a result of federal, provincial, or municipal laws, regulations or statutes, including, without limitation, such income received or receivable as an Employment Insurance Benefit, or benefits under the Canada or Quebec Pension Plan, governmental pensions, and Weekly lost-time benefits under Workers' Compensation; provided, however, that Statutory Benefits shall not include amounts which would be available to the Employee, but which he/she has not received, and which require a means test in order to be eligible. The foregoing are intended to be examples only and do not limit the types of present or future Statutory Benefits which shall be offset under the Plan.
Statutory Benefits means any benefit
Statutory Benefits means the Employer’s cost of the statutory group benefits associated with the increased wages provided as a result of this grant. Statutory group benefits are Employment Insurance (EI) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP);
Statutory Benefits means the public benefits provided pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act or the Quebec Act respecting Parental Insurance (“QPIP”), as the case may be, which provide for maternity/paternity/parental leave benefits to employees.
Statutory Benefits meansstatutory benefits payable under Part 3. "third-party policy" means a policy of insurance under this Act. "trader's plate" means a trader's plate within the meaning of the Road Transport Act 2013 . "trailer" means a trailer within the meaning of the Road Transport Act 2013 .
Statutory Benefits means benefits Licensees are required to provide their staff as determined by the law (e.g., vacation days, statutory holidays, Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance).