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Therefore. Rule 6e-2 does not permit either mixed funding or shared funding because the relief granted by Rule 6e-2(b)(15) is not available with respect to a scheduled premium variable life insurance separate account that owns shares of an underlying fund that also offers its shares to a variable annuity or a flexible premium variable life insurance separate account of the same company or of any affiliated life insurance company. Rule 6e-2(b)(15) also does not permit the sale of shares of the underlying fund to Qualified Plans.
Therefore. Rule 6e-3(T) permits mixed funding but does not permit shared funding and also does not permit the sale of shares of the underlying fund to Qualified Plans. As noted above, the Original Order granted the Templeton Trust exemptive relief to permit mixed and shared funding, but did not expressly address the sale of its shares to Qualified Plans.

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Therefore any time on Workers' Compensation does not count toward completion of the probationary period or eligibility for holiday pay or vacation or sick leave accrual. Only actual time worked or the time charged to vacation or sick leave is used to determine eligibility for such benefits. When an employee on Workers' Compensation benefits has decided to use sick leave and/or vacation to supplement their Workers' Compensation benefits the following procedure applies: The employee shall notify the appropriate payroll office that they wish to supplement their Workers' Compensation check through use of sick leave and/or vacation leave. The University shall obtain from the University Workers' Compensation Insurance Administration Office the amount of the benefit check and authorize a payroll check in the amount of the difference between the benefit check and the employee's regular gross pay for the employee's normal pay period. The employee's sick leave and/or vacation balance shall be reduced by the amount of the payroll check divided by the employee's hourly rate of pay at the time the payroll check is issued. An employee who uses sick leave and/or vacation leave while awaiting the Workers' Compensation determination shall return that part of the Workers' Compensation check which covers the waiting period to the University. The University shall credit back to the employee sick leave and/or vacation leave the number of hours equal to the amount of the Workers' Compensation check divided by the employee's hourly rate. An adjustment could require reimbursement from the employee to the University if the combination of compensation payments and sick leave and/or vacation payments exceeds their normal salary. Health, life, and dental insurance benefits provided under Article 20, Insurance, shall continue as long as an employee meets the eligibility requirements; makes timely payment of the employee's contribution; is off the University payroll due to a University work-related injury or work-related disability and is receiving or is eligible to receive Workers' Compensation payments. When an employee has incurred an on-the-job injury or disability and has filed a claim for Workers' Compensation, medical costs connected with the injury or disability shall be paid by the Health Maintenance Organization or the Health Insurance Carrier pursuant to the provisions of Minn. Statute, 176.191, Subdivision 3. If employees who are receiving Workers' Compensation benefits secure employ...
Therefore the Parties agree to amend the Contract as follows:
Therefore the Member hereby agrees as follows:
Therefore. Public Contract Code section 10478 (a) requires a company that currently has (or within the previous three years has had) business activities or other operations outside of the United States to certify that it is not a “scrutinized” company when it submits a bid or proposal to a State agency. (See # 1 on the sample Attachment). A scrutinized company may still, however, submit a bid or proposal for a contract with a State agency for goods or services if the company first obtains permission from the Department of General Services (DGS) according to the criteria set forth in Public Contract Code section 10477(b). (See # 2 on the sample Attachment). The following sample Attachment may be included in an IFB or RFP to satisfy the Act’s certification requirements of bidders and proposers. EXHIBIT FDARFUR CONTRACTING ACT Pursuant to Public Contract Code section 10478, if a bidder or proposer currently or within the previous three years has had business activities or other operations outside of the United States, it must certify that it is not a “scrutinized” company as defined in Public Contract Code section 10476. Therefore, to be eligible to submit a bid or proposal, please complete only one of the following three paragraphs (via initials for Paragraph # 1 or Paragraph # 2, or via initials and certification for Paragraph # 3): YOUR BID OR PROPOSAL WILL BE DISQUALIFIED UNLESS YOUR BID OR PROPOSAL INCLUDES THIS FORM WITH EITHER PARAGRAPH #1 OR #2 INITIALED OR PARAGRAPH #3 INITIALED AND CERTIFIED.
Therefore the Bonus Percentage would be equal to the aggregate of (i) 50%, and (ii) 12%; accordingly, the Bonus Percentage would be 62% and Employee's Bonus Payment would be 62% of his then current Base Salary. If Employee's Base Salary was $100,000, Employee would receive, in addition to his Base Salary, a Bonus Payment of $62,000. The foregoing notwithstanding, in order for any bonus to be payable with respect to any fiscal year, the Revenue for such fiscal year must equal or exceed 105% of the Revenue for the immediately preceding fiscal year.