The clause may also include a salvage amount that requires reimbursement of a proportionate amount in the event that the executive employment ends before a certain period of time. In order to ensure repayment and avoid litigation, employers can either pay the bonus in installments or offset regular payments by the obligation to repay. 1. Signing bonus. The company will pay management a signing bonus of . [SIGNING BONUS AMOUNT]. The bonus clause for signing a business agreement includes two main elements: (a) the amount of the bonus and (b) the payment date. In the absence of a clawback clause, it is likely that the executive will be able to retain the bonus even if the employment ends shortly after the contract is signed. b) refund. Where, for whatever reason, management has voluntarily terminated its employment in the company or the employment of the company`s management is terminated by the Executive for Cause before the first anniversary of that agreement, the management of the company reimburses an amount of which is equal to . [SIGNING BONUS AMOUNT] is multiplied by 365, less the number of days the management has been employed by the company. , and the denominator of those is 365. The executive must repay this refund in full within [90] days of termination of employment.

c) lag. Management authorizes the company to immediately charge and reduce the amounts owed to the management of another company if the company is due at the time of the repayment of the signing premium. 1. Signing bonus. The company will pay management a signing bonus of . [SIGNING BONUS AMOUNT]. After the receipts are submitted, the Company also pays the maximum costs of “MAXIMUM LEGAL EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT” to management for the compensation of this contract. (i) [amount 1] within [10] days of the signing of this agreement by the parties; b) payments.

The company pays the signing bonus in three installments as follows: . . . . . . (ii) [amount of Unit 2] at [phased payment date] and . (iii) (iii) [the amount of Unit 3] at the [phased payment date] (each individual payment, a “signature premium payment” and the date on which each payment is expected, a date of “term bonus subscription”). . . .

(c) Permission to sign bonus rates. The manager must be employed by the company on the date of the bonus subscription in order to receive payment of the corresponding temperance bonus bonus. If, for any reason, its employment ends before [tranche 3 payment date], management must reimburse the company, within [30] days from the closing date, a proportionate portion of the amount of the subscription premium paid directly to management, based on the number of days he or she has used from a premium payment date to the termination date immediately before the termination date. , except that the executive does not have a commitment on any of the initial subscription bonuses.