entitlement

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entitlement

1. A right or benefit.
2. A form of compensation granted to an individual because of a special status under the law (e.g., an entitlement to health insurance under the Medicare program).
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Despite the massive growth and evolution of the enterprise software industry, independent software vendors (ISVs) have largely failed to implement automated software licensing and entitlement management systems across their product lines, and their failure to modernize is hurting business.
Procedural Controls on Entitlement Spending Legislation
Over time, the value of historical entitlements would reduce to zero and all those with a claim entitlement would be paid according to how much land they declare.
If there is disagreement, then within 12 months of the entitlement arising, the alternative holiday can be taken on a date determined by the employee, taking into account the employer's view on when it is convenient.
The National Distribution Union (NDU) wants Legislation to protect accrued leave entitlements but the government is saying it has no plans to change the current situation.
Can I now apply for renewal of my entitlement without having to retake my test and go through everything from scratch?
Ministers have responded to concerns about the proposal to increase the statutory holiday entitlement by delaying the introduction of the full increase, according to MFG Solicitors' head of employment law.
I work in an aged care facility and recently our leave entitlements have been included on our payslips.
The protection of employee entitlements has been an issue of public policy debate following several major corporate failures including HIH and Ansett.
Bolten thinks "stars have aligned in a way" to make the first six months of 2007 a time when Republicans and Democrats may be open to compromise on overhauling costly entitlements.
Halls auctioneers of Shropshire believe the sale of Single Payment Scheme entitlements, which have replaced the old system of agricultural quotas and subsidies will attract nationwide interest.
So-called entitlements, for example, are not written in stone by the hand of the Almighty, but were larded into the budget by prodigal lawmakers who would rather not take responsibility for what they have done.