renumeration


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Breen: The Anti-Kickback Statute also could come into play if value-based arrangements generate renumeration.
The medals that the board members received for their "invaluable service" came without any financial renumeration or other incentives, according to Chief Supt.
They have rationalised this by hiding behind a Renumeration Committee recommendation which they were more than able to reject, yet the administration is happy to see reductions in spending on services and sacking employees instead.
He is to insist on unification of the application procedure, growth in the career, and renumeration of the specialized administration at all levels of the security system.
If you have been toiling in the background for little recognition or extra renumeration, take heart this March.
According to Sinha, the process of fixing renumeration has been decided.
4 or the "Grant of Compensation-related Magna Carta Benefits to Public Health Workers (PHWs) Needs to be Rationalized to Ensure Equity and Uniformity in Renumeration.
He insisted it was another director, Phil Cartmell, who chaired the renumeration committee.
Moreover its people feel cheated of their natural resources which are used to benefit other provinces, principally Punjab without giving the Baloch their fair share of renumeration for the same.
It's not about prohibiting renumeration but to put it in a certain framework -- and I think this framework is reasonable," said Luxembourg Finance Minister Luc Frieden.
The core issues for building a green economy are: degrowth in the developed nations; economic democracy; a shift from consumption-oriented renumeration to shortening work-time; pricing does not reward needless consumption of bulk-bought goods; shifting from obsolescence to durability, repairability and upgradability; curbing population growth and preserving biodiversity; sustainable and equitable food-systems; and local governance.
10:10: Next onto the burning issue of ' Recruitment, retention and renumeration ' with moderator Mark Patten , VP culinary, Atlantis The Palm Dubai introducing the panel comprising: Uwe Michel , president, Emirates Culinary Guild and director of kitchen, Radisson Blu Hotel , Deira Creek ; Joseph Chalfoun , area GM, Food Fund International and John Cordeaux , executive chef, Fairmont Palm Jumeirah .