In this position and as chair of compensation, he also authorized the retention of outside advisers.
He launched Brave New Films in 2006 to make bold documentaries by accepting donations for funding and taking no compensation.
He was paid $6.16 million in 2006, and his compensation soared to $10.64 million in 2007, the SEC complaint says.
How could we trust our lives in the hands of people that are overworked, starved and not given their just compensation?
Their families do not receive any compensation or any moral support from the state.
The girl herself had no compensation for all this dread outlawry.
Had they still been in his possession, that would have been some compensation.
Were men not to have some compensation for the hardships of the backwoods?
All sorts of labor is got at enormous rates of compensation.
The compensation is often a sense of novelty and a thrill of surprise.
late 14c., "action of compensating," from Latin compensationem (nominative compensatio) "a weighing one thing against another, a balancing," noun of action from past participle stem of compensare (see compensate). Meaning "what is given in recompense" is from c.1600; meaning "amends for loss or damages" is from 1804; meaning "salary, wages" is attested from 1787, American English. The psychological sense is from 1914.
compensation com·pen·sa·tion (kŏm'pən-sā'shən)
A process in which a tendency for a change in a given direction is counteracted by another change so that the original change is not evident.
An unconscious psychological mechanism by which one tries to make up for imagined or real deficiencies in personality or physical ability.