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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.

remuneration,

n pay; recompense; salary.
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The second article states that remuneration of those on reserve service will be the following:
In case the duration of service for a serviceman or employee is three months or less, they will receive remuneration for the whole period as follows:
The new decree noted that for nationals whose enlisting in the reserve service is deemed necessary by the General Headquarters of the Armed Forces, remuneration will be as follows:
In most industrialized countries with market economies, where remuneration systems have known for twenty years after World War II a major expansion.
In Sweden, in 1948 the remuneration after performance pay represented over 50% of hours worked in industry.
And other countries such as Germany, France and Italy the remuneration after efficiency lost more ground.
E[acute accent]No remuneration is paid to members of the Nominating Committee.
Variable salary is expected to amount to approximately 25 percent of fixed salary and the long-term incentive program to approximately 25 percent of total remuneration.
E[acute accent]The basic principles for the remuneration structure for 2006 are:
Under the New Regulation, remuneration policies require the approval of the licensee's shareholders, and a remuneration committee formed by and consisting of the board of directors and the CBB.
The New Regulation entrusts the board of directors (through the remuneration committee) responsibility for oversight of remuneration systems for all Approved Persons and Material Risk Takers by:
approving the remuneration amount, policy and distribution of total variable remuneration; and