retiree


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re·tir·ee

 (rĭ-tīr′ē′)
n.
One who has retired from active working life.

retiree

(rɪˈtaɪəˌriː)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) chiefly US a person who has retired from work

re•tir•ee

(rɪ taɪˈri, -ˈtaɪər i)

n.
a person who has retired from working.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.retiree - someone who has retired from active workingretiree - someone who has retired from active working
nonworker - a person who does nothing
emeritus - a professor or minister who is retired from assigned duties
Translations
nyugdíjas
upokojenec

retiree

[rɪˈtaɪəˌriː] N (US) → jubilado/a m/f

retiree

[rɪˌtaɪəˈriː] n (mainly US)retraité(e) m/f

retiree

nRuheständler(in) m(f)

retiree

n. jubilado-a; retirado-a.
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Retirees depend on adequate health care, available housing and retail services--these and many other industries are positively affected by retiree spending.
Retiree health plans can be complex to administer, though, and costly in terms of annual expense and long-term liability
Specific talaga eh: 'Mga retiree pinabayaan na ni Bato
Retiree benefits are subsidized by the City for a period of five (5) years following retirement.
A sizable gap exists between what retirees remember being told about medical benefits and what employers believe they said, according to Towers Watson, in a follow-up to its 2015 Survey on Retiree Health Care Strategies.
The percentage of non-working retirees over age 65 with retiree health benefits now sits at 16 percent.
2010]) brings to a sudden halt a tendency among bankruptcy and federal district court judges to ignore the Retiree Benefits Bankruptcy Protection Act of 1988 (RBBPA) as inapplicable when the debtor could have terminated the retiree's health and insurance benefits prior to bankruptcy.
employers to shift more and more of the cost of health benefits to retirees and, in some cases, even to eliminate retiree health benefits entirely.
It also asked whether it was feasible for the city to partially fund a retiree's Part B costs, based on the individual's income level and years of service; and it asked for a summary breakdown of how much money the city has saved through health care coverage changes that are affecting retirees.
State and local retiree benefits are not subject, for the most part, to federal laws governing private sector retiree benefits.
Farley (R/C/I-Fulton) one of the bill's sponsors, "effectively tying changes in retiree coverage to changes negotiated with active employees.
Eligibility was later expanded to include any retiree with a compensable combat-related disability, including reservists.

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