pay-off

See: commission, fee
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In some years, the average pay-off staff received topped PS36,000.
AN NHS boss and adviser to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has received a pay-off worth PS410,000 on top of his annual salary, figures show.
The largest pay-off was PS244,000 to one council officer, with three others receiving severance deals of more than PS200,000, and 35 receiving more than PS100,000.
Considering the number of times politicians come to power promising to take a scythe to public expenditure, you'd think things like PS330,000 pay-off for a council chief executive would be a thing of the past.
Vice chair and employee director Eddie Egan was given a whopping PS134,000 when he took early retirement in September 2012, while area clinical forum chair Professor Pat Murray received a PS93,000 pay-off the same month.
HE details of the pay-off that secured the exit of a TNewcastle City Council chief executive will take some people by surprise.
The investigation was sparked after George Entwistle, the former director general, stood down over the Jimmy Savile scandal with a PS450,000 pay-off - double the amount he was entitled to.
London, Oct 16 ( ANI ): Former chief executive of News International Rebekah Brooks was awarded a seven million pound pay-off when she resigned over the phone hacking scandal, it has emerged.
ANDREW MACKAY (59) pounds 64,766 pay-off plus pounds 40,799 winding up allowance..................pounds 105,565
Of the 14 chief executives who left their posts during the year, only one was made redundant, and he left with a pounds 5m pay-off.
"Line up your debts according to size, putting the one with the shortest pay-off time at the top and the one with the longest term at the bottom," says Hunt.
Former NatWest chief executive Mr Derek Wanless, left, walked away from the company with a pounds 3 million pay-off, according to company accounts published yesterday.