extra compensation

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the world's largest retailer, plans to award $2 billion in extra compensation to about 1 million U.
ADVICE FOR EMPLOYERS: With regard to the new statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures, failure on the part of the employer to follow the appropriate procedure will result in dismissals being automatically unfair and the potential for tribunals to award extra compensation of between 10pc and 50pc to the employee.
If your employer's premium rate were less than time and one-half, the extra compensation provided would have to be included in determining your regular rate of pay and could not be credited toward the statutory overtime due.
But the two sides still have not agreed on whether the city will now begin paying those workers the extra compensation from this point forward, she said.
More specifically, the complaint alleges that defendants failed to disclose and/or indicate, during the Class Period, that (1) Edward Jones brokers entered into "revenue sharing" agreements with seven Mutual Fund companies; (2) Edward Jones exclusively trained its brokerage staff to sell the seven Mutual Funds that entered into "revenue sharing" agreements with Edward Jones; (3) Edward Jones discouraged its brokers from contacting and selling other mutual funds where no "revenue sharing" agreement had been made with Edward Jones; and (4) Edward Jones brokers and representatives received extra compensation when they sold any of the seven Mutual Funds to Class Members.
June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EXHIBITOR Media Group, the leader in trade show and corporate event marketing education, today announced the results of EXHIBITOR magazine's 2013 Salary Survey, which revealed that while exhibit and event professionals' salaries have hit a record high, the increase over 2012 amounts to a statistically insignificant $64, and extra compensation is down 15 percent.
We gathered our people around, and I told them flat-out: listen, there won't be any extra compensation.
So as long as he does not receive any extra compensation, we have to remain philosophical about it.
The outcome yesterday, after a two-day hearing, will mean the monks will now have to make an extra compensation payment which will be calculated over the next two weeks.
In the Senate and Assembly debates, supporters called daily overtime a matter of basic fairness to both part-time and full-time workers who can now be required to work long daily shifts without extra compensation.
This extra compensation would provide these two officials, who live in California, with a total of more than $800,000 in compensation, which is in addition to more than $80,000 in fees as `outside' directors and the substantial stock grants they granted themselves earlier this year -- all for monitoring a holding company with fewer than 20 employees and with no day-to-day management responsibilities for casino operations," Satre said.
In today's world, marketing organizations have become service entities, giving advisors access to product and possibly a little extra compensation.