Unlike past practices, for fiscal year 2017-18, former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi approved budget honorariums
for all the government departments that many saw as an election stunt.
During his tenure, Manjhi had announced his resolve to regularise the services of the contractual teachers and increase the honorarium
of the Nyay Mitras.
(13) The potential inconsistency between honorarium
awards and the existence of these important obligations and duties that are intended to protect the interests of the absent class members was explained in 2002 by Winkler J (as he then was):
for all members of council totaled $244,594.63 plus $30,122.08 in handbacks; $20,819.80 in benefits and $40,181.09 in expenses.
Ratcliff Award carries a $1,000 honorarium
. The winner of this award is selected by a committee of the Appraisal Journal Editorial Board and Academic Review Panel as appointed by the Editor-in-Chief.
Isn't it telling that opposite the word honorarium
is the word hoodwink?
is a payment that is made to an individual for attending a meeting of a board, committee or organization.
: The same treatment is accorded the $2,000 teaching honorarium
The award is accompanied by the Beloit Prize, an honorarium
endowed by the Beloit Corporation.
(6) The Ethics Reform Act of 1989, a comprehensive amendment of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978, (7) provided that "[a]n individual may not receive any honorarium
while that individual is a Member, officer or employee" of the federal government.
In addition, he wrote, "The class definition speaks to anyone who would receive an honorarium
but for the statute ....
Another alternative also used with success by affiliated state organizations is the honorarium
. Key state legislators may be invited to speak at the ASO's meeting or annual convention and paid an honorarium
for his/her personal appearance.