Thesaurus / salary

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Bannon is the group’s president and is described as working 80 hours a week for the group with no salary.
The company cut its dividend for the second quarter by 38 percent, suspended more than $1 billion of development projects and temporarily reduced staff salaries by as much as 30 percent.
Because all of our big sports, the average salaries are in the millions of dollars.
The researchers surmised that the company would have to raise salaries by a third in order to compete with simple messaging of social impact.
Under the scheme, the UK government pays workers up to 80% of their salary for a limited period of time, allowing companies to retain them without paying them—though companies were allowed to top up the government money.
A look at the colleges that give the best return on investment in salaries.
IS SCHOOL OUT FOREVER?DANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 9, 2020OZY
The district has roughly 49 officers and other police employees and spends at least $6 million per year on salaries alone.
The first-named of these are paid weekly with the workmen; the others receive their salary once a month.
He then specified the salary and commission to be paid, and engaged Mr. Feldman to draw the deed for the tenement house.
And soon the young man's salary was increased—people liked to trade with him—customers came and asked that he might wait on them.

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