per diem rate

per diem rate

[pər dē′əm, dī′əm]
Etymology: L, per diem, daily, ratus, reckoned
an established rate of payment for hospital services.
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81 per flight hour, and includes increases in cost-of-living pay and the pilots' per diem rate.
The government per diem rate has remained flat for the past 3 years, TDY Lodging estimates that in 2016 Per Diem Rates will increase by roughly 2.
The board of directors of the Mi'kmaw Family Services Agency--the chiefs--decided their own per diem rate and, while they could have chosen restraint, they did not.
That per diem rate is tied by law to a limit on what lobbyists can spend on a lawmaker without having to report which lawmaker they spent it on.
The $162 per diem rate cited in the report, which was obtained by
Rezidor Hotel Group (STO: REZT), a Belgium-based hotel company, has announced a new per diem rate for its Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel, Wiesbaden, Germany.
The Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel, Wiesbaden is to offer a per diem rate due to a change in location of its headquarters.
Teachers in the summer program, Strategic Approaches to Increase Learning, used to be paid a per diem rate of approximately $50 an hour, but this summer the district paid them $30 an hour, a teachers' union representative said in July.
If all three meals are provided, a traveler receives only the incidental expense portion of a per diem rate.
Mr Brown has been forced to abandon a proposal to replace the second homes allowance with a per diem rate based on attendance after criticism from all sides.
He has already been forced to abandon a proposal to replace the second homes allowance with a per diem rate based on attendance after criticism from all sides of the Commons.