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Compensation

Payment for services rendered. One is due compensation when one has performed a service for an employer or client. Examples of compensation include wages, salaries, tips, fees, and commissions. Compensation is usually the primary component of an individual's tax liability. It is also called remuneration.

remuneration

the PAY or reward to workers and managers for their labour services, in the form of WAGES, SALARIES and bonuses.
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He said: "I am told the topic of my pension was specifically raised with you by both the Chairman of the Group renumeration committee, and the Group Chairman, and you indicated that you were aware of my entitlement and that no further 'gestures' were required."
I assume jockeys at hospitality events are paid some renumeration.
* Total renumeration packages are negotiated between unions and employers
Astonishingly, Gerry Grimstone, chair of the firm's renumeration committee, says mega-rich Crombie has been HURT by criticism of his huge pension pot.
And even if bonuses and other renumeration for both the active-duty and the reserves were to rise substantially, it is hard to see how the reserves could lure in a sufficient number of recruits without significantly lowering admissions standards.
3121(a), "wages" means all renumeration for employment, including the cash value of all renumeration (including benefits) paid in any medium other than cash.
And Plus IX rejected the Italian parliament's 1871 Law of Guarantees, which would have given the papacy financial renumeration for the property but not independent-nation status.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] BOARD OPERATION AND THE ECONOMY Percentage of associations Volunteer member renumeration or reimbursament Not affected 95% Reduced/eliminated 5% Percentage of associations Volunteer member activities and meetings Not affected 85% Reduced/eliminated 15% Source: ASAE industry and Market Reasearch Department 2003.
The first issue includes stories and articles on: the interpretation of the doctrine of joint tortfeasance; individual privacy rights under the European Convention on Human Rights; unlawful concerted practices; "equitable renumeration" under the Rental and Lending Rights directive; EU proposals on piracy and counter-feiting; copyright infringement; and, industrial and community patents.
Allow for master printers and associates to receive one or renumeration for their collaboration with the artists.
"He gave favourable renumeration and benefits to the directors' secretary (with whom Mr Hardoon has been having an extra-marital affair.)"