Adverse Change in Duties

Example Definitions of "Adverse Change in Duties"
Adverse Change in Duties. An action or series of actions taken by the Company and/or the Board or Company Board of Directors, without Employee's prior written consent, which results in any one or more of the following: (i) a change in Employee's reporting structure, positions, titles, job duties or job functions which results in a material diminution of his status, control, authority or level of responsibility; (ii) a requirement by the Company that Employee be based or perform his duties more than ten miles away from... the location specified in Section 1; (iii) a reduction by the Company in Employee's Base Compensation; or (iv) for a Protected Fiscal Year, Employee's Post CiC Annual Incentive Compensation is less than the Post CiC Annual Incentive Compensation Threshold. View More
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