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perks

see FRINGE BENEFITS.

perks

(1) Slang for perchloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene.These chemicals, used in dry cleaning, are highly toxic and will contaminate soil and groundwater.When buying property on or near the site of a present or former dry-cleaning plant, the investor should be concerned about the presence of perks and should order the appropriate tests to determine the existence and extent of contamination. (2) Slang for perquisites, meaning nonmonetary benefits. In commercial leasing, building perks might include a fitness club open only to employees of building tenants.

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The matter was investigated by an auditor and it was found Perks had stolen PS1,225.
It was need of hour to give legal covers to salary and other perks and privilege of the ECP members.
BrightHR's chief executive and cofounder Paul Tooth believes many companies need to undergo a perks and rewards overhaul.
The least essential perks in this category is Lead Belly, since it's fairly easy to find food that isn't radiation poisoned and Cannibal, which restores HP by enabling your character to eat corpses of humans, ghouls and super mutants.
Put you at a marketing disadvantage with fiduciary advisors who may have sworn off perks.
Perks says, "There are a million things that keep business owners and brand managers awake at night.
Iturralde, in an interview, said an investigation was also conducted in 2011 on what he said were abuses of the perk "and we traced it to a lady employee.
Perks are unexpected extras: They're what they'll tell their friends about, who, of course, will want those free perks, too.
PERKS Horta-Osorio Unite national officer Rob MacGregor said: "This is a disgraceful display of double standards.
Mr Perks, who is seeking to become MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis at the next general election, also believes that hard-line sharia law is the answer to crime.
John Jacobs, Perks interactive marketing manager, explains how it works:
With the stress tests expected to reveal the banks might need EUR25billion to dig them out of the hole they dug for themselves, these perks are even more sickening.