Agency Fee

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Agency Fee

A fee that an employee must pay if a company's workforce is represented by a union and the employee chooses not to join that union. The employee has that choice if the company is an agency plant. An agency fee is different from union dues, but is intended to cover the costs of collective bargaining, from which non-union employees benefit even if they do not join the union. See also: Right to work.
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The interest rate and facility fees are the same as Vornados other $1.
The latter makes some of the same facility fee-derived mistakes of GDUFA I; in its initial proposal, 100% of the budget is derived from facility fees, with no carveout or exemptions for CMOs.
Writing for a unanimous court, Justice Jenny Rivera adopted GEICO's interpretation of New York's Insurance Law and the corresponding regulations, concluding reimbursement of facility fees to office-based surgical practices was not supported by the language of the no-fault law or the legislative purpose behind it.
They were down from 13 to 11, which in turn saw the Wearsiders' facility fees reduced by around PS1.
Effective 1 January 2015, or as contracts permit, the prices will increase by up to 10% for nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide; up to 15% for argon, hydrogen and helium; up to 10% for facility fees or other monthly supply system charges; and up to 5% on hardgoods, added the company.
2m was paid for every place - and 25 per cent is paid in facility fees each time a club's matches are broadcast, while all international broadcast revenue, and central commercial revenue, is split equally amongst the 20 clubs.
WASHINGTON -- Generic drug manufacturers will encounter a more than $40,000 increase in Food and Drug Administration facility fees for 2014, while the makers of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) will see a more than $8,000 increase.
Manchester United earned the most from these facility fees, totalling PS12.
Grant funds may be used for, but are not limited to, the purchase of ammunition, firearms, targets, firearm cleaning supplies, eye and ear protection, awards, shooting facility fees and travel expenses for Scouts to attend approved shooting competitions.
Box office fees come next, then the rest is divided among facility fees, ad revenue, merchandising commissions and luxury suite rentals.
Jonathan Spruce at Tees Valley Unlimited, said: "It's been a particularly challenging time for local airports so the decision to impose passenger facility fees has been a tough one.
All tickets are subject to handling, convenience and facility fees and will be available at the DCU Center Box Office, 50 Foster St.

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