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payroll

noun allowance, compensation, disburseeent of salary, employees' earnings, employees' salaries, labor expense, list of paid employees, list of salaried emmloyees, list of wages to be paid out, payment, payment for services, recompense, remuneration, salary, stipend, wages
Associated concepts: certification payroll, payroll check-off system, payroll deduction, payroll tax
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The SSANU Chairman said 'the whole scenario emanated from a letter from the Federal Government which was misinterpreted to remove teachers of staff school from pay roll of federal universities.
"The pay roll has increased 100% in 6 years, from 2010 to 2016, while GDP grew by only 55%, which is a big structural problem in terms of adjustment policy, Taoufik Rajhi, Minister Adviser in charge of the Presidency of the Council of Economic Analysis and monitoring of major reforms, said at a meeting held last week-end in Gammarth on "the draft finance law 2017.
Criminals supplied alcoholic drinks and became exceedingly wealthy, with police, lawyers, judges and politicians on their pay roll.
Legal firm Eversheds is being paid to give advice about the law to academy sponsors and advice about how to transfer staff from the Sidney Stringer pay roll to the new academy pay roll.
Defender Dave Artell, midfielder Stewart Drummond and striker Michael Twiss are all on the Shrimpers' pay roll these days, and the trio will be determined not to do City any favours, according to Chester boss Mark Wright.
HERE is Hazel Blears MP, the Communities Minister and one of Gordon's most eager little helpers, doing her bit for her leader: "The rows over expenses, the lists at John Lewis, the travel perks, the relatives on the pay roll, the second jobs - these things have seeped into the public's consciousness.
4 Inform staff of the appropriate people to contact for specific needs (e.g., directors, nurse, pay roll, etc.).
Cramming a Hofstra University schedule into two days a week, she managed to tackle every aspect of the business, from contract administrator to pay roll manager to project manager.
His wife Josephine is also on the pay roll. Chirnsyde received pounds 77,000 from the council for 2005 and pounds 80,000 to fund it until the end of 2006.
As C4's CEO, Thompson reduced pay roll dramatically.
That would take pounds 2m-a-year off the United pay roll and Kluivert's departure would save a further pounds 3.5m in wages.
The one he settled for was Pay Roll, a six-year-old daughter of Roselier sold by John Hendrick and sent up from the Annshoon Stud.