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pay received for a given work period, as an hour or week, but not including additional pay, as for overtime work.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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has stabilised, though it was never the fastest-growing part of pay.
The possibility of loosing money from ones
should be part and parcel of every compensation structure.
Compensation will include a
, commissions, and a bonus plan.
Faculty members can also earn an additional two months' of
for eligible funded research activities.
Visiting scholars are typically paid a portion of their
He declined to specify the
his school offers.
In the future, if his
and bonuses exceed the guaranteed amount, he will receive only the
and the bonuses.
per pay period during the covered periods.
Special agents receive an additional percentage of their
, depending upon their locations.
The bill also makes the annual
range for detectives equal to that of officers.
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