salary arrangements

salary arrangements,

n.pl the clear understanding between the dental professional and auxiliaries concerning the amount of money they will be paid, the increase in pay they may expect, and the time interval between pay increases.
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The Government will also review the salary arrangements of kindergarten teachers to explore the feasibility of putting in place a salary scale for them.
On July 19, Lebanon's (B2 negative) Parliament approved a series of tax hikes to finance the new salary arrangements for public-sector workers, marking the first revenue reform since the 2007 Paris III Conference on Assistance to Lebanon," Moody's explained.
Discussions include more money or new salary arrangements.
Most staff are paid in relation to the hours of work they provide--either directly by being paid by the hour, or indirectly through salary arrangements which are pinned to a minimum weekly hours of work.
Some sort of fixed salary arrangements should be made for tour leaders, he suggested, adding that lack of financial support may be the main reason why locals are not interested in working in this field.
They may have a decade-long career of selling themselves into good base salary arrangements and milking them for all they're worth.
Unions say current salary arrangements do not offer workers a "living wage.
surveyed companies, such as salary arrangements and structure of cash compensation, working time arrangements, social allowances,
The BBC is the last national public company, so surely licence payers should have a voice in the salary arrangements for those in charge?
As the last, bloated, final salary arrangements limp toward the graveyard of good intentions, employees of the nation are going to have to get used to the fact that although their employer will take the responsibility for setting up and making a contribution to a pension vehicle, the only person driving this going forward will be themselves.
Conservative AMs have said they will not support the proposed new salary arrangements, arguing that the shake-up could drain resources.