- 1) A recompense for a loss; compensation.
- 2) Something given in exchange for goods or services rendered.
- 3) A payment for work done; wages, salary, emolument.
- 4) The act of remunerating.
- 5) Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
- 6) The act of remunerating.
- 7) That which is given to remunerate; an equivalent given, as for services, loss, or sufferings.
- 8) something that remunerates
- 9) the act of paying for goods or services or to recompense for losses
- 10) The act of remunerating, or paying for services, loss, or sacrifices.
- 11) Reward, recompense, compensation, payment. See indemnify.
- 12) Synonyms Repayment, indemnification.
- 13) What is given to remunerate; the equivalent given for services, loss, or sufferings.
- 1) The company said it was no longer putting the remuneration policy to a vote.
- 2) About one in eight shareholders voted against the remuneration report.
- 3) It also wants boards to think about switching remuneration consultants if more than 20 per cent of shareholders oppose a pay report.
- 4) A spokesman said:'We need to retain and recruit high quality management and for that we need a competitive and fair remuneration policy.
- 5) Is there similar pressure on remuneration consultants?
- 6) The revolt comes amid growing shareholder disapproval of large increases in remuneration packages.
- 7) But the review must look at total remuneration packages.
- 8) So any boards that are trying to increase remuneration for executives will face a fight.
- 9) Some jobs are clearly not so important and yet they are receiving what seems like very generous remuneration.
- 10) She called for staff to have a say over executive remuneration through employee representation on company remuneration committees.
- 11) They enjoy far better job security and their total remuneration and terms and conditions are considerably better as well.
- 12) In 2003 a fifth of investors voted against the remuneration policy for its new board.
- 13) The result has been longer and more convoluted remuneration reports, which actually provide little transparency.
- 14) The company 's remuneration policy may prove contentious.
- 15) Funds, have urged their members to vote against the remuneration report.
- 16) Last year he earned a total remuneration package of 22 million including options.
- 17) A third of the votes cast failed to support the remuneration report.
- 18) Nearly a fifth of investors chose not to vote through the remuneration report at the annual meeting last Wednesday.
- 19) The company 's remuneration committee judged that the company had hit the ten targets that were introduced after the spill.
- 20) One key problem is that schemes have become much too complex, thanks to the influence of highly paid remuneration consultants.
- 21) The remuneration committee called upon to approve the payment questioned the settlement, but was given legal advice that it had to be made.
- 22) A generous remuneration package includes a huge bonus for finishing 12th.
- 23) He added: 'It was plainly suggesting a consultancy with generous remuneration.
- 24) The company thinks its remuneration plan, which was voted through, is fair.
- 25) And 10 per cent too to remuneration consultants, the mechanics at the dark heart of the bonus culture.
- 26) The remuneration committee first agrees with the pay consultants the composition of a group of typically 10 to 20 comparable companies.
- 27) It has the virtue of simplicity, but the remuneration consultants whose job it is to devise the current complex schemes won't like it.
- 28) From 2012, a "reference salary" of £1.2 million will be used to calculate his long-term remuneration and pension.
- 29) Former Chief Executive Tony Hayward , former head of Exploration and Production Andy Inglis and current Chief Executive Robert Dudley will receive no cash bonus for 2010 and no shares under the long-term remuneration plan running from 2008 to 2010, BP said in its annual report to shareholders.
- 30) On top of this, and to trigger his long-term remuneration and pension, the new CEO starts off with £4.46 million worth of shares, 420% of his salary, for 2011.
- 31) August 7 then appears and blocks their way, saying that his remuneration is to talk about the secrets behind magic tricks (sounds like a lame and easy payment), but he says its torture for a magician like him to do that but he can use real magic in return.
- 32) It was the inevitable result of a system that put short-term remuneration before the real long-term capital needs of the banks.
- 33) My deadly that I'd do if there was no remuneration is lust.
- 34) Associated Press The bank announced in a statement that "to return to a more serene debate on the long-term remuneration of executives, top management has pledged not to exercise those stock option rights while SocGen receives help from the state."
- 35) As his expenses mounted, Pont changed his request for remuneration from a single award to an annuity in honor of his discoveries.
- 36) It does, however, insist that the contribution to the creative effort, whether intellectual or remuneration, is recognised in the form of two, unique, persistent, identifiers that record every transaction in the contributions chain.
- 37) Perhaps that remuneration is not excessive when election expenses are considered.
- 38) ‘For the most part they are claims for additional remuneration on the grounds that the nature and scope of the contract works have changed.’
- 39) ‘And if salaries and remuneration take up the bulk of the money, then how is the remainder allocated?’
- 40) ‘This requires real wages and other remuneration to rise more slowly than productivity.’
- 41) ‘Their remuneration and studio rent are the first investment that goes into a new production.’
- 42) ‘Yes, you'll be reimbursed any expenses, and yes, their may be some additional remuneration.’
- 43) ‘There was no career structure, posts were filled by patronage, and remuneration was by fees rather than salary.’
- 44) ‘The four consultants receive no additional remuneration for the screening project.’
- 45) ‘In ongoing conversations, the issue of financial remuneration continued to come up.’
- 46) ‘A standard payout is four times a member's annual salary, or remuneration.’
- 47) ‘Total remuneration includes bonuses or the value of benefit in kind extras such as company cars as well as salary.’
- 48) ‘The proposal that he receive backdated remuneration on flotation or disposal makes sense in terms of timing.’
- 49) ‘The lack of remuneration or reimbursement of expenses for his new role was a source of much displeasure.’
- 50) ‘In addition to good remuneration and benefits, Ministers undoubtedly get a very nice pension.’
- 51) ‘Our legal system compensates victims of wrongdoing with fiscal remuneration.’
- 52) ‘Secondly, if a bank provides a service to customers it is entitled to reasonable remuneration, if that has not been agreed.’
- 53) ‘They are a way of acknowledging the work the recipient has done, which doesn't rely on monetary remuneration.’
- 54) ‘Many people further argue that corruption is rampant among civil servants because of poor remuneration.’
- 55) ‘Teaching as a profession calls for a lot of sacrifice in terms of remuneration and other perks compared to other fields.’
- 56) ‘The profession is losing its better professionals daily - to the lure of better remuneration.’
- 57) ‘Employees in foreign banks are not very different except in their manner of deportment and remuneration.’