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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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Medium-sized firms and those firms in a fast growth mode tend to emphasize criteria and compensation systems that promote growth.
Rittenhouse believes that putting the employee and the employer on equal footing under the statute and using a preponderance of evidence standard will be essential for the survival of the workers' compensation system in the next decade.
With so much at stake, NAII hopes that OSHA will respond to our offer so all interested parties can participate in a solution that protects the state workers' compensation system for another 75 years.
The WSIB administers a no-fault compensation system for workers and employers for workplace injuries and illnesses.
compensation systems for presentation to employees and stakeholders.
The digest includes a discussion of the three types of faculty compensation systems used in the U.S.
This report focuses on: (1) the link between the faculty compensation system and its impact on institutional mission and quality; (2) the external and internal factors affecting the amount of faculty compensation; (3) changes in absolute and relative levels of faculty compensation over time and economic factors affecting these changes; (4) the different types of compensation systems used; (5) the intellectual rationale of the two compensation systems used most often; (6) operational advantages and disadvantages of the faculty compensation systems; (7) development of an effective faculty compensation system; and (8) the types of systems recommended for different institutions.
GE has been providing advanced series compensation systems to its customers for nearly a century now, said Bob Turko, general manager, power systems, GE's Digital Energy business.
Since October 2012, the panel has compared the compensation systems and practices of the Bank with those of relevant competitors in the banking sector as well as other companies around the world.
Workplace injuries combined with changes in workers' compensation systems are forcing families into poverty, according to a March report from the U.S.
Recognizing that state workers compensation systems were not adequate to protect all workers; for example, laborers working on waterways and on federal lands, the federal government enacted legislation such as the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act, the Jones Act, and other legislation protecting federal workers or workers on federal lands.
In spite of the long tradition of workers' compensation systems, it is unclear whether they are a good or a bad thing.