ANNUAL INCENTIVE COMPENSATION PAYROLL PRACTICE as Amended and Restated Effective January 1, 2006

Exhibit 10.1

 


ANNUAL INCENTIVE COMPENSATION PAYROLL PRACTICE

As Amended and Restated Effective January 1, 2006

 



NEWMONT

ANNUAL INCENTIVE COMPENSATION PAYROLL PRACTICE

(Effective as of January 1, 2006)

PURPOSE

Thepurpose of this payroll practice is to provide to those employees of Newmont Mining and its Affiliated Entities that participate in this payroll practice a more direct interest in the success of the operations of Newmont Mining. Employees of NewmontMining and participating Affiliated Entities will be rewarded in accordance with the terms and conditions described below.

This payrollpractice is intended to be a payroll practice described in Department of Labor Regulation Section 2510.3-1(b) and shall not be considered a plan subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended.

DEFINITIONS

1.1“Affiliated Entity(ies)” means any corporation or other entity, now or hereafter formed, that is or shall become affiliated with Newmont Mining, either directly or indirectly, through stock ownership or control, and which is(a) included in the controlled group of corporations (within the meaning of Code Section 1563(a) without regard to Code Section 1563(a)(4) and Code Section 1563(e)(3)(C)) in which Newmont Mining is also included and(b) included in the group of entities (whether or not incorporated) under common control (within the meaning of Code Section 414(c)) in which Newmont Mining is also included.

1.2 “Consolidated Net Cash from Operations” means Newmont Mining’s net cash from operations based on the audited,US GAAP Statement of Consolidated Cash Flows, excluding individual payments or receipts greater than $10 million for unbudgeted liabilities and/or legal settlements, measured against budgeted consolidated net cash from operations per theapproved business plan.

1.3 “Board” means the Board of Directors of Newmont Mining or its delegate.

1.4 “Bonus Eligible Earnings” means the total base salary and regular earnings (collectively, “regular earnings”) ofthe Employee during the calendar year. If an Employee is absent from work because of a work-related injury, the Employee’s “Bonus Eligible Earnings” will be determined by his actual gross base earnings during the calendar year. In thecase of a Terminated Eligible Employee who is Disabled, “Bonus Eligible Earnings” will be determined by his actual gross base earnings, including short-term disability pay received during the calendar year, but excluding pay from any othersource. If an Employee dies during the calendar year, the “Bonus Eligible Earnings” for such Terminated Eligible Employee will be determined by his actual gross base earnings. If an Employee is on active military duty during a calendaryear, the “Bonus Eligible Earnings” will be determined by his actual gross base earnings during


the calendar year, exclusive of any military pay. If an Employee does not receive a W-2, his “Bonus Eligible Earnings” shall be determined on thebasis of his actual gross base earnings for the calendar year, or portion thereof, as shown on the payroll records of Newmont Mining or the Participating Employer. In all cases, an Employee’s “Bonus Eligible Earnings” shall becomputed before reduction for pre-tax contributions to an employee benefit plan of Newmont Mining pursuant to Section 401(k) or Section 125 of the Code. In the event of a Change of Control, the Bonus Eligible Earnings of each eligibleEmployee shall be equal to such Employee’s base salary, on an annualized basis, as of the date immediately preceding the Change of Control and, in the case of a Terminated Eligible Employee, such Employee’s base salary for the calendaryear through the date of termination of employment.

1.5 “Change of Control” means the occurrence of any of thefollowing events:

(i) The acquisition in one or a series of transactions by any individual, entity or group (within themeaning of Section 13(d)(3) or 14(d)(2) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”)) (a “Person”) of beneficial ownership (within the meaning of Rule 13d-3 promulgated under the Exchange Act)of 20% or more of either (x) the then outstanding shares of common stock of Newmont Mining (the “Outstanding Company Common Stock”) or (y) the combined voting power of the then outstanding voting securities of Newmont Miningentitled to vote generally in the election of directors (the “Outstanding Company Voting Securities”); provided, however, that for purposes of this subsection (i), the following acquisitions shall not constitute a Change of Control:(A) any acquisition directly from Newmont Mining other than an acquisition by virtue of the exercise of a conversion privilege, unless the security being so converted was itself acquired directly from Newmont Mining, (B) any acquisition byNewmont Mining, (C) any acquisition by any employee benefits plan (or related trust) sponsored or maintained by Newmont Mining or any corporation controlled by Newmont Mining or (D) any acquisition by any corporation pursuant to atransaction which complies with clauses (A), (B) and (C) of paragraph (iii) below; or

(ii) Individualswho, as of the Effective Date, constitute the Board of Directors of Newmont Mining (“Incumbent Board”) cease for any reason to constitute at least a majority of the Board of Directors of Newmont Mining; provided, however, that anyindividual becoming a director subsequent to the Effective Date whose election, or nomination for election by Newmont Mining’s shareholders, was approved by a vote of at least a majority of the directors then comprising the Incumbent Boardshall be considered as though such individual were a member of the Incumbent Board, but excluding, for this purpose, any such individual whose initial assumption of office occurs as a result of an actual or threatened election contest with respectto the election or removal of directors or other actual or threatened solicitation of proxies or consents by or on behalf of a Person other than the Board of Directors of Newmont Mining; or

(iii) Consummation of a reorganization, merger or consolidation or sale or other disposition of all or substantially all of the assets ofNewmont Mining or an acquisition of assets of another corporation (a “Business Combination”), in each case, unless, following such Business Combination, (A) all or substantially all of the

 

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individuals and entities who were the beneficial owners, respectively, of the Outstanding Company Common Stock and Outstanding Company Voting Securitiesimmediately prior to such Business Combination beneficially own, directly or indirectly, more than 50% of, respectively, the then outstanding shares of common stock and the combined voting power of the then outstanding voting securities entitled tovote generally in the election of directors, as the case may be, of the corporation resulting from such Business Combination (including, without limitation, a corporation or other entity which as a result of such transaction owns Newmont Mining orall or substantially all of Newmont Mining’s assets either directly or through one or more subsidiaries (a “Parent Company”)) in substantially the same proportions as their ownership, immediately prior to such Business Combination, ofthe Outstanding Company Common Stock and Outstanding Company Voting Securities, as the case may be, (B) no person or entity (excluding Newmont Mining, any corporation resulting from such Business Combination, any employee benefits plan (orrelated trust) of Newmont Mining or its Affiliate or any corporation resulting from such Business Combination or, if reference was made to equity ownership of any Parent Company for purposes of determining whether clause (A) above is satisfiedin connection with the applicable Business Combination, such Parent Company) beneficially owns, directly or indirectly, 20% or more of, respectively, the then outstanding shares of common stock of the corporation resulting from such BusinessCombination or the combined voting power of the then outstanding voting securities of such corporation entitled to vote generally in the election of directors, unless such ownership resulted solely from ownership of securities of Newmont Mining,prior to the Business Combination and (C) at least a majority of the members of the board of directors of the corporation resulting from such Business Combination (or, if reference was made to equity ownership of any Parent Company for purposesof determining whether clause (A) above is satisfied in connection with the applicable Business Combination, of the Parent Company) were members of the Incumbent Board at the time of the execution of the initial agreement, or of the action ofthe Board of Directors of Newmont Mining, providing for such Business Combination; or

(iv) Approval by the stockholders ofNewmont Mining of a complete liquidation or dissolution of Newmont Mining.

1.6 “Code” means the Internal RevenueCode of 1986, as amended from time to time.

1.7 “Compensation Committee” means the Compensation Committee of theBoard of Directors of Newmont Mining.

1.8 “Consolidated Costs Applicable to Sales” means audited, US GAAPconsolidated costs applicable to sales for gold and copper, measured against the budgeted consolidated costs applicable to sales for gold and copper per the approved business plan, on a per gold equivalent ounce basis. Actual copper sales volumesare converted to gold equivalent sales volumes at a rate of 0.0030048 gold equivalent ounces per pound of copper.

1.9“Corporate Performance Bonus” means the bonus payable to an Employee pursuant to Section III.

 

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1.10 “Disability” means a condition such that the salaried Employee hasterminated employment with Newmont Mining or Affiliated Entities with a disability and has begun receiving benefits from the Long Term Disability Plan of Newmont or a successor plan.

1.11 “Equity Ounces Sold” means the reported equity ounces of gold sold for the applicable calendar year, measured against thebudgeted equity ounces of gold sold per the approved business plan.

1.12 “Economic Performance Driver” meansEquity Ounces Sold, Consolidated Net Cash from Operations, Reserve Growth, and Consolidated Costs Applicable to Sales.

1.13“Employee” means an employee of Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity who satisfied the conditions for this payroll practice and who is not (a) an individual who performs services for Newmont Mining or an AffiliatedEntity under an agreement, contract or arrangement (which may be written or oral) between the employer and the individual or with any other organization that provides the services of the individual to the Employer pursuant to which the individual isinitially classified or treated as an independent contractor or whose remuneration for services has not been treated initially as subject to the withholding of federal income tax pursuant to Code § 3401, or who is otherwise treated as anemployee of an entity other than Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity, irrespective of whether he or she is treated as an employee of Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity under common-law employment principles or pursuant to the provisions ofCode § 414(m), 414(n) or 414(o), even if the individual is subsequently reclassified as a common-law employee as a result of a final decree of a court of competent jurisdiction, the settlement of an administrative or judicial proceeding ora determination by the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of the Treasury or the Department of Labor, (b) an individual who is a leased employee, (c) a temporary employee, or (d) an individual covered by a collective bargainingagreement unless otherwise provided for in such agreement.

1.14 “Key Objectives” means the key results expected bythe end of the review period for an Employee, as established and administered through Newmont Mining’s performance management system.

1.15 “Newmont Mining” means Newmont Mining Corporation.

1.16 “ParticipatingEmployer” means Newmont Mining and any Affiliated Entity that enters into a participation agreement with the Board or its delegate which identifies such entity as a Participating Employer in this payroll practice.

1.17 “Pay Grade” means those jobs sharing a common salary range, as designated by the Board or its delegate.

1.18 “Performance Rating Category” means the numerical category used to classify the performance of each Employee in accordancewith Newmont Mining’s performance management system.

 

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1.19 “Personal Performance Bonus” means the bonus payable to an Employee based onthe individual performance of such Employee, as set forth in Section 4.2.

1.20 “Personal Performance BonusFactor” means the factor used to determine an Employee’s Personal Performance Bonus, based upon the Performance Rating Category assigned to the Employee, in accordance with Section 4.1.

1.21 “Position(s)” means the defined job(s) held by an Employee during the calendar year.

1.22 “Reserve Growth” means year on year gold reserve growth as reported under SEC Industry Guide 7. This includes reserveadditions from acquisitions. This is calculated as a percentage change as follows: current year-end reserves divided by prior year-end reserve less divestitures minus one. [Current year-end reserves/(Prior year-end reserves less divestitures) -1].

1.23 “Terminated Eligible Employee” means an Employee who terminates employment with Newmont Mining and/or aParticipating Employer during the calendar year on account of death, retirement, Disability, or severance. The Vice President of Human Resources of Newmont Mining (or his or her delegate) may, in his/her sole discretion, also designate in writingother Employees who terminate employment during the calendar year under other circumstances as “Terminated Eligible Employees.”

ELIGIBILITY

All Employees of Newmont Mining and/or a Participating Employer are potentially eligible to receive abonus payment under this payroll practice, provided (i) they are on the payroll of Newmont Mining and/or a Participating Employer as of the last day of the calendar year, and at the time of payment, or (ii) they are a Terminated EligibleEmployee with respect to such calendar year. Employees who are on short-term disability under the Short-Term Disability Plan of Newmont or a similar or a successor plan or not working because of a work-related injury as of the last day of thecalendar year shall be eligible to receive a bonus under clause (i). Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Section II, the Compensation Committee or the Vice President of Human Resources (or his or her delegate) may, prior tothe end of the calendar year, exclude from eligibility for participation under this payroll practice with respect to the calendar year any Employee or Employees, as he or she may determine in his or her sole discretion.

CORPORATE PERFORMANCE BONUS

3.1 Eligibility for Corporate Performance Bonus Component. For the calendar year, the Corporate Performance Bonus will be determined pursuant to this section for each eligible Employee who is (a) in Pay Grade 109 andabove on the last day of the calendar year and at the

 

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time the payment is made (or was in such Pay Grade at the time of termination of employment); (b) each eligible Employee who is in Pay Grade 108and below who is employed by the corporate office (including expatriate assignments) or at a non-operating site location, as determined by the Vice President of Human Resources (or his or her delegate), on the last day of the calendar year and atthe time payment is made (or was in such Pay Grade and at such location at the time of termination of employment); and (c) any other employee or class of employees as determined by the Vice President of Human Resources (or his or her delegate).For the calendar year, the performance bonus for each eligible Employee who is in Pay Grade 108 or below on the last day of the calendar year and at the time the payment is made (or was in such Pay Grade at the time of termination ofemployment) and who is not assigned to the corporate office or at a non-site location, will be determined in accordance with such performance factors, weighting factors and other methods of bonus determination as shall be established for eachspecific site or region by Newmont Mining for the calendar year, rather than the Corporate Performance Bonus. Each operating site shall develop its own critical performance indicators for this purpose.

3.2 Target Amounts for Economic Performance Drivers. The Compensation Committee shall establish both the targets and the minimum andmaximum amounts for each Economic Performance Driver on an annual basis. The target Equity Ounces Sold, the target Consolidated Net Cash from Operations, the target Consolidated Costs Applicable to Sales together with the applicable minimums andmaximums for each such Economic Performance Driver, shall be established in United States dollars and cents and the target and minimum and maximum Reserve Growth shall be established as a percentage. Targets will be adjusted for acquisitions ordivestitures as approved by the Newmont Board of Directors.

3.3 Actual Performance for Economic Performance Drivers. As soonas possible after the end of each calendar year, the Compensation Committee shall certify the extent to which actual performance met the target amounts for each Economic Performance Driver.

3.4 Aggregate Payout Percentage. An aggregate payout factor (the “Aggregate Payout Percentage”) will be calculated as follows:

(i) Calculating the Performance Percentage for each Economic Performance Driver. For each Economic PerformanceDriver, actual performance will be compared to the target, minimum and maximum amounts to arrive at a performance percentage (“Performance Percentage”) calculated as follows:

 

  •   If the actual amount is less than the minimum amount, the Performance Percentage is zero;

 

  •   If the actual amount is equal to the minimum amount, the Performance Percentage is 50%;

 

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If the actual amount is less than the target amount and greater than the minimum amount, the Performance Percentage is the sum of (A) 50%, plus (B) theproduct of 50%, times a fraction, the numerator of which is the difference between the

 

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actual amount and the minimum amount, and the denominator of which is the difference between the target amount and the minimum amount;

 

  •   If the actual amount is equal to the target amount, the Performance Percentage is 100%;

 

  •   If the actual amount is greater than the target amount and less than the maximum amount, the Performance Percentage is the sum of (A) 100%, plus (B) a fraction, thenumerator of which is the difference between the actual amount and the target amount, and the denominator of which is the difference between the maximum amount and the target amount; and

 

  •   If the actual amount is greater than or equal to the maximum amount, the Performance Percentage is 200%.

(ii) Calculating the Payout Percentage for each Economic Performance Driver. The payout percentage for each Economic PerformanceDriver is the product of the Performance Percentage times the applicable weighting factor as listed in Appendix A (“Payout Percentage for each Economic Performance Driver”).

(iii) Calculating the Aggregate Payout Percentage. The Aggregate Payout Percentage is the sum of the Payout Percentages for eachPerformance Factor.

3.5 Determination of Target Performance Level. An Employee’s Target Performance Level is determinedby the Employee’s Pay Grade pursuant to the table in Appendix B.

3.6 Determination of the Corporate PerformanceBonus. The Corporate Performance Bonus for each eligible Employee is the product of the Aggregate Payout Percentage, times the Employee’s Target Performance Level, times the Employee’s Bonus Eligible Earnings.

3.7 Terminated Eligible Employees. Terminated Eligible Employees shall be eligible to receive a Corporate Performance Bonus. This bonuswill be calculated as follows:

Target Performance Level x Year to Date Bonus Eligible Earnings = Corporate PerformanceBonus Payable

3.8 Adjustments. The Compensation Committee may adjust the Performance Percentage or any measure orotherwise increase or decrease the Corporate Performance Bonus otherwise payable in order to reflect changed circumstances or such other matters as the Compensation Committee deems appropriate.

 

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PERSONAL PERFORMANCE BONUS

4.1 Personal Performance Level. At the end of the calendar year, each eligible Employee’s supervisor will evaluate the Employee andrate the Employee’s personal performance level. The Personal Performance Bonus for the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Newmont Mining shall be determined by the Compensation Committee. In accordance with Newmont Mining’sperformance management system, the supervisor will rate the degree to which the Employee met the key objectives that were established for the Employee and performed in accordance with Newmont’s values during the calendar year. Each Employeewill be rated by the Employee’s supervisor in one of Newmont Mining’s Performance Rating Categories. In conjunction with these ratings, Newmont Mining will assign a Personal Performance Bonus Factor for the Employee as listed inAppendix C which Personal Performance Bonus Factor may be greater or smaller than the Personal Performance Bonus Factor set forth in Appendix C as determined in the sole discretion of Newmont Mining.

4.2 Determination of Personal Performance Bonus. Subject to Section 4.3, an eligible Employee’s Personal Performance Bonus is theproduct of (x) the eligible Employee’s Bonus Eligible Earnings times (y) the Personal Performance Bonus Factor determined pursuant to Section 4.1 and (z) multiplying that product by the applicable percentage from the TargetPerformance Level, as set forth in Appendix C.

4.3 Terminated Eligible Employees. Terminated Eligible Employees shallbe eligible to receive a Personal Performance Bonus based upon an assumed Personal Performance Bonus Factor of 1.0, so that the Terminated Eligible Employees will receive a Personal Performance Bonus at their individual Target Performance Levelmultiplied by their Bonus Eligible Earnings for the calendar year.

4.4 Ineligible Employees. Eligible Employees whosePersonal Performance Bonus Factor (determined pursuant to Section 4.1) is less than .15 shall not be eligible to receive a Personal Performance Bonus.

4.5 Adjustments of Personal Performance Bonus. The Compensation Committee may adjust the Personal Performance Bonus Factor or any measure or otherwise increase the Personal Performance Bonus otherwisepayable in order to reflect changed circumstances or such other matters as the Compensation Committee deems appropriate.

PAYMENT OFBONUS

5.1 Pay Grade. The bonus payable to an eligible Employee who was in more than one Pay Grade during thecalendar year shall be calculated on a pro-rata basis in accordance with the amount of time spent by such eligible Employee in each Pay Grade during the calendar year.

 

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5.2 Time and Method of Payment. The aggregate of any and all bonuses payable under thispayroll practice shall be payable to each eligible Employee (other than Terminated Eligible Employees) in cash as soon as practicable following approval of bonuses by the Compensation Committee. Terminated Eligible Employees shall receive theaggregate of any and all bonuses payable under this payroll practice in cash as soon as practicable following the date of their termination from employment with Newmont Mining or a Participating Employer. All payments and the timing of such paymentsshall be made in accordance with practices and procedures established by Newmont Mining or the Participating Employer.

5.3Withholding Taxes. All bonuses payable hereunder shall be subject to the withholding of such amounts as Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity may determine is required to be withheld pursuant to any applicable federal, state, local orforeign law or regulation.

CHANGE OF CONTROL

6.1 In General. In the event of a Change of Control, each eligible Employee (including Terminated Eligible Employees who terminate employment during the calendar year in which the Change of Controloccurs) shall become entitled to the payment of a Corporate Performance Bonus and a Personal Performance Bonus, in accordance with the provisions of this Section.

6.2 Calculation of Bonuses. Upon a Change of Control, each eligible Employee, together with each Terminated Eligible Employee, shall become entitled to the payment of (i) a Corporate PerformanceBonus calculated on the basis of a Performance Percentage equal to the greater of the actual results attained for the calendar year or the applicable targets for such Calendar year and (ii) a Personal Performance Bonus calculated on the basisof a Personal Performance Bonus Factor equal to the greater of the actual Personal Performance Bonus Factor for the calendar year or a Personal Performance Bonus Factor of 1.0. If a Change of Control occurs prior to the time that the CompensationCommittee has established the targets for the calendar year, such percentages shall be based upon the corresponding percentages for the immediately preceding calendar year.

6.3 Payment of Bonuses. The bonuses payable in accordance with the provisions of this Section VI shall be calculated and paid as soonas practicable following the date of the Change of Control. Such payments shall be subject to the withholding of such amounts as Newmont Mining may determine is required to be withheld pursuant to any applicable federal, state or local law orregulation. Upon the completion of such payments, eligible Employees and Terminated Eligible Employees shall have no further right to the payment of any bonus hereunder (other than any bonus payable hereunder with respect to a previous calendar yearthat has not yet been paid).

 

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

7.1 Amount Payable Upon Death of Employee. If an eligible Employee who is entitled to payment hereunder dies after becoming eligible forpayment but before receiving full payment of the amount due, or if an eligible Employee dies and becomes a Terminated Eligible Employee, all amounts due shall be paid as soon as practicable after the death of the eligible Employee, in a cash lumpsum, to the beneficiary or beneficiaries designated by the eligible Employee to receive life insurance proceeds under Group Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Plan of Newmont or a successor plan. In the absence of an effectivebeneficiary designation under said plan, any amount payable hereunder following the death of an eligible Employee shall be paid to the eligible Employee’s estate.

7.2 Right of Offset. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Newmont Mining may, in its sole discretion, apply any bonus payments otherwise due and payable under this payroll practice against anyeligible Employee or Terminated Eligible Employee loans outstanding to Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity or other debts of the eligible Employee or Terminated Eligible Employee to Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity. By accepting paymentsunder this payroll practice, the eligible Employee shall consent to the reduction of any compensation paid to the eligible Employee by Newmont Mining or an Affiliated Entity to the extent the eligible Employee receives an overpayment from thispayroll practice.

7.3 Termination. The Board may at any time amend, modify, suspend or terminate this payroll practice;provided, however, that the Compensation Committee may, consistent with its administrative powers, waive or adjust provisions of this payroll practice as it determines necessary from time to time.

7.4 Payments Due Minors or Incapacitated Persons. If any person entitled to a payment under this payroll practice is a minor, or if theCompensation Committee or its delegate determines that any such person is incapacitated by reason of physical or mental disability, whether or not legally adjudicated as an incompetent, the Compensation Committee or its delegate shall have the powerto cause the payment becoming due to such person to be made to another for his or her benefit, without responsibility of the Compensation Committee or its delegate, Newmont Mining, or any other person or entity to see to the application of suchpayment. Payments made pursuant to such power shall operate as a complete discharge of the Compensation Committee, this payroll practice and Newmont Mining.

7.5 Severability. If any section, subsection or specific provision is found to be illegal or invalid for any reason, such illegality or invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions of thispayroll practice, and this payroll practice shall be construed and enforced as if such illegal and invalid provision had never been set forth in this payroll practice.

7.6 No Right to Employment. The establishment of this payroll practice shall not be deemed to confer upon any person any legal right to be employed by, or to be retained in the employ of, Newmont Miningor any Affiliated Entity, or to give any Employee or any person

 

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any right to receive any payment whatsoever, except as provided under this Payroll Practice. All Employees shall remain subject to discharge from employmentto the same extent as if this payroll practice had never been adopted.

7.7 Transferability. Any bonus payable hereunder ispersonal to the eligible Employee or Terminated Eligible Employee and may not be sold, exchanged, transferred, pledged, assigned or otherwise disposed of except by will or by the laws of descent and distribution.

7.8 Successors. This payroll practice shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of Newmont Mining, the Participating Employers and theeligible Employees and Terminated Eligible Employees and their respective heirs, representatives and successors.

7.9 GoverningLaw. This payroll practice and all agreements hereunder shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the State of Colorado, unless superseded by federal law.

 

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APPENDIX A

 

     Payout Percentage for each Economic Performance Driver  
     Reserve
Growth
   

Consolidated
Costs

Applicable to
Sales

    Equity
Ounces Sold
    Consolidated
Net Cash from
Operations

 
Pay Grade 109 and Above, and Pay Grade 108 and below employed by the corporate office (including expatriate assignments) or at a non-site location as determined by the Vice President of HumanResources or his or her delegate    25 %   25 %   25 %   25 %

 

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APPENDIX B

 

Pay

Grade

  

Target

Performance Level

 

    E-1

   67 %

    E-2

   45 %

    E-3

   40 %

    E-4

   34 %

    E-5

   30 %

    E-6

   25 %

    109

   25 %

107-108

   15 %

105-106

   10 %

  11-104

   5 %

 

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APPENDIX C

 

109 and below

Performance

Rating Category

  

Personal
Performance

Bonus Factor

1

   0

2

   .10

3

   .15

4

   .50

5

   1.0

6

   1.15

7

   1.25

8

   1.35

9

   1.50

 

E/T 6 and above

Performance

Rating Category

  

Personal
Performance

Bonus Factor

0

   0

1

   .50

2

   1.10

3

   1.35

4

   1.50

 

Pay

Grade

  

Target

Performance Level

 

    E-1

   33 %

    E-2

   25 %

    E-3

   20 %

    E-4

   16 %

    E-5

   15 %

    E-6

   10 %

    109

   10 %

107-108

   9 %

105-106

   6.5 %

103-104

   4 %

  11-102

   0 %

 

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