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Compensation

Arrangement under which the delivery of goods to a party is paid for by buying back a certain amount of the product from the recipient of the goods.

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.

compensation

(1) Payment for goods or services.(2) Damages necessary to restore an injured party to his or her position before the wrongdoing.(3) In eminent domain, payment to property owners for the value of the property taken and any damage caused to the value of the remaining property.

Compensation

Wages, commissions, tips, professional fees, and net self-employment income received for services rendered; that is, earned income.
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For example, previous studies have shown that excessive push-off work can lead to compensational joint work requiring metabolic energy to ensure stability [24,27].
Officers adjusted to local justice demands by enforcing compensational justice and addressing spiritual concerns, yet enacted 'stateness' by using official stamps, instruments of force and references to state law.
Lakke, "Training of compensational strategies for impaired gross motor skills in Parkinson's disease," Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, vol.
This code of ethics should be incorporated with compensational and performance evaluation parameters for every member of organization to make the code of ethics effectively operative.
Volz divided the Pulitzer Prize winners into three historical periods: the exclusionary period (1917-1951), the compensational equality period (1952-1990), and the formal equality period (1991-2010).
Styles in between are characterized as progressively more adequate: those who see forgiveness as "restitutional" or "compensational" have a style 2 understanding, and those who see it as justified if it is an expectation of their religion or moral principles, a style 4 perspective, and so on.
In essence, the bilateral trade agreements provided most-favored nation guarantees, "either in its absolute form, or under the form of a conditional (compensational) favoredness, occasionally giving way to preferential regulations more or less extensive in scope." (54) Two concrete examples--the issue of concessions and foreign debt--show the extent to which Soviet leaders bowed to foreign pressure during this time.
Peter had capitalised on the "compensational" support (described by Kutzler, 2010).
The compensational model, in contrast, proposes that individuals' attachment to God may not correspond to their attachments to humans because God serves as a substitute attachment figure (or secure base) for individuals with insecure or unfulfilling human attachments.
As hemoglobin glycosylation causes increased affinity to oxygen (ten times higher than that of normal hemoglobin), diabetic patients experience a chronic hypoxia which leads to a compensational polycythemia.