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remuneration

Medicare Any compensation, directly or indirectly, overtly or covertly, in cash or in kind–which includes professional courtesy and forgiveness of debt. See Compensation arrangement.
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Traditionally, Omanis -- like most Gulf Arabs -- have sought employment in the government sector; the benefits are attractive in terms of renumeration and the length of the working day.
Some 1,250 customers have filed complaints so far this year, demanding renumeration for appliances burned out by blackouts and power surges.
However, the distinction drawn in Langan Engineering is that quantum meruit will be found where the plaintiff would have expected renumeration from the defendant had the true facts been known.
Despite the apparent contract between the team and the PSC, the court found the player to be a common law employee of the team and, as such, held that all renumeration for his services were directly taxable to him.
Teachers enjoy greater renumeration and status in Niger where an elitist French colonial schooling has produced more efficacious schools even if curricula and textbooks inadequately reflect local culture.
Further, he continued, "The honoraria ban is unlikely to reduce significantly the number of appearances by high-ranking officials, as long as travel expense reimbursement for the speaker and one relative is available as an alternative form of renumeration .
For the program to succeed, the risk manager should establish clear service specifications and a basis for renumeration.
The NODC has asked for a more detailed financial statement, the resumes of Ceilia's managers and their proposed renumeration, as well as a detailed description of the manufacturing process developed by Netherlands-based Montanorm Building Systems B.
However, many large American corporations with costly structures, newsmaking renumeration practices, and an inability to deal with the unfamiliar are perhaps among those that need to change most in order to be globally effective.
The TIFA report showed the three factors unemployed job seekers consider most when job hunting include renumeration and benefits at 62 per cent respondents, career progression at 74 per cent respondent and conducive work environments at 62 per cent respondents.
This is set by an independent renumeration panel and not elected members.
The number of directors fell from 12 to five - mostly due to the members of the Squires family who left the business when the company was sold - and the directors' combined renumeration fell considerably from PS1,240,000 to PS894,00.