This excerpt taken from the FL DEF 14A filed Apr 8, 2005.
B. L. Hartman, G. M. Bahler and J. L. Berk
We also have employment agreements with Bruce L. Hartman in his position as Executive Vice President, and with Gary M. Bahler and Jeffrey L. Berk in their positions as Senior Vice Presidents of the Company. The term of each of these agreements ends on December 31, 2005 and will automatically be extended for additional one-year periods unless we give the executive notice that the Company does not intend to extend the term of the agreement.
If the Company terminates the executive's employment without Cause or does not extend the term of the employment agreement beyond the then-current termination date, or if the executive terminates his employment for Good Reason, the Company will pay the executive's base salary to him through the termination date and a severance benefit equal to the sum of two weeks' salary plus 1⁄26 of the executive's annual bonus at target multiplied by his years of service, but this sum shall not be less than 52 weeks' salary. If the executive's employment is terminated by the executive for Good Reason or by the Company without Cause within 24 months following a Change in Control, as defined in the employment agreement, then he would be entitled to a severance benefit calculated using the formula described in the preceding sentence, except that the executive's minimum severance benefit may not be less than 104 weeks' salary plus two times his annual bonus at target.