merit compensation

merit compensation

Medical practice A salary based on the quality and cost-effectiveness of the work being performed
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The Illinois Department of Central Management Services (the department) modified the regulations concerning the layoff of merit compensation system employees of state agencies.
For merit compensation system employees subject to layoff, a 30-day notice of the layoff must also be provided by the agency.
Different governments have different standards when it comes to what regulations merit compensation and under what conditions.
Compensation expense decreased by $1,000 during the quarter, as full time equivalent staff decreased from 115 at June 30, 2007 to 109 at June 30, 2008, offsetting annual merit compensation increases implemented during the quarter.
But his detractors say they now have proof Eriksson wants to leave and so does not merit compensation.
Schrader, a Canby Democrat, said he came up with the bill as a starting point for the Legislature's work on Measure 37 because it contained already fleshed out ideas on issues such as how to pay for compensation when land values are reduced, and how to decide the degree of property-value losses that merit compensation.
This is the fantasy world we enter when we decide that unsuccessful investments merit compensation when they fail to hit the jackpot.
A) Reflects an adjustment to remove unit-based compensation charges and one-time merit compensation associated with the initial public offering.
Survey gives voice to DC-area non profits; Salaries on the rise as competition for talent and merit compensation escalates
His detractors, though, say they now have proof Eriksson wants to leave and so does not merit compensation.
2 percent rate, while the utilities sector is likely to register merit compensation increments of 3.
Professor Ray Donnelly, of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, insisted: "Millions of people here merit compensation for diseases inflicted by cigarettes.