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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.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Provided the deduction shall not exceed one-quarter of the employee's remuneration. Where two or more debts are payable, the maximum shall be half the employee's remuneration and the sums of money attached shall be divided pro rata among the beneficiaries, after the payment of any legal alimony at the rate of one-quarter of the employee's remuneration."
If you qualify for the end-of-service benefits, the amount shall be calculated based on your current basic remuneration. In the event that your basic remuneration is reduced due to the reduction in your entire salary, you may request your employer to pay the benefits until the date of reduction of your remuneration.
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.
The causes of rebound remuneration after efficiency
Workers are anxious to respect the principle of equal remuneration for work of equal value, a more just distribution of income.
The Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces may amend the said remuneration at his discretion of the public interest.
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:
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