Adverse Change

Example Definitions of "Adverse Change"
Adverse Change. Shall include and be limited to (A) a significant change in the nature or scope of the Employee's duties as set forth in the first sentence of Paragraph 2 hereof such that the Employee has been reduced to a position of materially lesser authority, status or responsibility (provided, however, for purposes of this Subparagraph, in circumstances not involving a Change in Control, so long as the Employee remains a senior officer (which shall mean and include any officer position with the Company... above the position of vice president), an Adverse Change shall not be deemed to have occurred), or the time required to be spent by the Employee 60 miles or more beyond the Company's geographic market area shall be increased without the Employee's consent by more than 20%, as compared to the average of the two (2) preceding years, (B) a material reduction in the Employee's base compensation, (C) any other material and willful breach by the Company of any other provision of this Agreement, or (D) delivery by the Company of notice of its intention not to renew this Agreement; provided that Employee is willing and able to execute a new contract providing terms and conditions substantially similar to those in this Agreement and to continue providing services to the Company. However, none of the foregoing events or conditions shall constitute an Adverse Change unless: (x) the Employee provides the Company with written objection to the event or condition within 60 days following the occurrence thereof, (y) the Company does not reverse or otherwise cure the event or condition within 30 days of receiving that written objection, and (z) the Employee resigns his employment within 60 days following the expiration of the 30-day cure period. If the Employee's termination occurs after such time, the termination shall be treated as a termination other than for Adverse Change and the Employee shall not be entitled to severance benefits under this Agreement. View More
Adverse Change. Result in an Adverse Change
Adverse Change. (i) a change in the city in which you are required to work regularly, (ii) a substantial increase in travel requirements of employment, (iii) a substantial reduction in duties of the type previously performed by you, or (iv) a significant reduction in your compensation or benefits (other than bonuses and other discretionary items of compensation) that does not apply generally to employees of the Company or its successor.
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