luncheon voucher


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luncheon voucher

n
a voucher worth a specified amount issued to employees and redeemable at a restaurant for food. Abbreviation: LV US equivalent: meal ticket
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Noun1.luncheon voucher - coupon redeemable at a restaurant and entitling the holder to a mealluncheon voucher - coupon redeemable at a restaurant and entitling the holder to a meal
coupon, voucher - a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed
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After handing over his luncheon voucher he was somewhat taken aback when the person behind the till asked for another 20p.
Paris, a global provider of advanced, high volume document and payment processing solutions and services, has announced that the French Centrale de Reglement des Titres (CRT) has deployed a solution that will manage the digitization and workflow of luncheon voucher payments, from reception to archive.
It used to be that overtime and the odd luncheon voucher were the only benefits temps could expect, but now things such as completion bonuses are becoming common," he says.
Upon leaving school at the age of 15, he went to work in a solicitor's office and was doing really well until somebody blagged him for the luncheon voucher scam he was running.
a global provider of advanced, high volume document and payment processing solutions and services, announced today that the French Centrale de Reglement des Titres (CRT) has deployed a solution that will manage the digitization and workflow of luncheon voucher payments, from reception to archive.
By way of small token of appreciation for the photo, customers will receive a luncheon voucher worth DM 5 with their new BahnCard which can, for instance, be redeemed in the restaurant car.
He had found a luncheon voucher in his Bible and it set him thinking about redemption and how many people have not taken up God's offer to have their sins redeemed.
So some of the senior players, the champions of England as they were, would head out of the Bridge and turn right to Annabel's Cafe and spend their first luncheon voucher on a nosh up.
From October 11 to 12, McCarthy and Stone are offering a special luncheon voucher for visitors to Mills Court aged 60 and over.
The LV scheme is used by 500,000 people, and 40 million vouchers are issued a year, according to the Luncheon Voucher Group, the company which administers the scheme.
For the Labour MPs who treated flipping homes as casually as pocketing an extra Luncheon Voucher.
Based on the early life of infamous luncheon voucher madame Cynthia Payne, it was director-writer David Leland's second bite at the Payne story.