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Money paid for work or a service.
payment, pay, salary, wagesView synonyms
- ‘Teaching as a profession calls for a lot of sacrifice in terms of remuneration and other perks compared to other fields.’
- ‘This requires real wages and other remuneration to rise more slowly than productivity.’
- ‘Their remuneration and studio rent are the first investment that goes into a new production.’
- ‘In addition to good remuneration and benefits, Ministers undoubtedly get a very nice pension.’
- ‘There was no career structure, posts were filled by patronage, and remuneration was by fees rather than salary.’
- ‘Our legal system compensates victims of wrongdoing with fiscal remuneration.’
- ‘They are a way of acknowledging the work the recipient has done, which doesn't rely on monetary remuneration.’
- ‘The lack of remuneration or reimbursement of expenses for his new role was a source of much displeasure.’
- ‘Many people further argue that corruption is rampant among civil servants because of poor remuneration.’
- ‘Secondly, if a bank provides a service to customers it is entitled to reasonable remuneration, if that has not been agreed.’
- ‘For the most part they are claims for additional remuneration on the grounds that the nature and scope of the contract works have changed.’
- ‘The profession is losing its better professionals daily - to the lure of better remuneration.’
- ‘Yes, you'll be reimbursed any expenses, and yes, their may be some additional remuneration.’
- ‘Total remuneration includes bonuses or the value of benefit in kind extras such as company cars as well as salary.’
- ‘The proposal that he receive backdated remuneration on flotation or disposal makes sense in terms of timing.’
- ‘In ongoing conversations, the issue of financial remuneration continued to come up.’
- ‘The four consultants receive no additional remuneration for the screening project.’
- ‘Employees in foreign banks are not very different except in their manner of deportment and remuneration.’
- ‘A standard payout is four times a member's annual salary, or remuneration.’
- ‘And if salaries and remuneration take up the bulk of the money, then how is the remainder allocated?’
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