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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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First, to speed up the corporate governance report by a high level group of experts under Professor Jaap Winter that deals with issues such as management renumeration, the role of non-executive directors, and the responsibility of management for the preparation of financial information;
In common with many travellers I have often felt embarrassed when I wished to take pictures of people in interesting locations--what about renumeration? An elderly Andean villager in traditional costume walking along the path to market quite rightly demanded a payment.
I don't think there was any misappropriation,'' the man said, while admitting he had worked ''part-time'' for Echigo Kotsu with renumeration.
If passed, the bill would also add a new section to Tennessee's Residential Lending, Brokerage and Servicing Act, requiring disclosure of any and all renumeration retained or paid to a third-party originator or broker, if that third party or broker originates a mortgage loan.
They can demand full renumeration for their labour," although he later revealed that female wages had once again fallen.
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. There should also be an audit of the performance of the suppliers.
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.V., Ceilia's partner in the Rainy River project.