Remuneration

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REMUNERATION. Reward; recompense; salary. Dig. 17, 1, 7.

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Today, Eddie says: "The big thing for me is an apology, but I would also like to see renumeration for the families because they missed out on redundancy and pension payments and struggled at the time.
A spokesman for the independent Renumeration Board said it was conducting a review.
The court added that regardless of what the contract stipulates, it does not negate the right of the employee to renumeration. This is a right set in article 114 of the Human Resources Law No 11 in 2008.
Both staff costs and directors' renumeration fell slightly from the year before.
On the salaries paid to top earners in 2016, a HSE spokeswoman said the renumeration "includes additional payments such as overtime, allowances, arrears, and rest day payments".
If not, then the PS600 a day renumeration is a token sum enriching him when the money should be spent on the NHS in Huddersfield.
The Middlesbrough Council Independent Renumeration Panel was informed that the Mayor of Middlesbrough post was a full-time job 24x7 and he was remunerated accordingly.
The Anti-Kickback Statute also could come into play if value-based arrangements generate renumeration. It prohibits offering, paying, soliciting, or receiving anything of value to induce or reward referrals or generate federal health care program business.
"You have to look at each factual circumstance separately because each is fact and circumstance dependent." The Anti-Kickback Statute also could come into play if value-based arrangements generate renumeration. The Anti-Kickback Statute prohibits offering, paying, soliciting, or receiving anything of value to induce or reward referrals or generate federal health care program business.
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.