subsistence allowance


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subsistence allowance

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1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an advance paid to an employee before his or her pay begins
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a payment to an employee to reimburse expenses, as while on assignments
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subsistence allowance

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An X Factor source said: "While in the competition, all of the contestants receive a subsistence allowance covering incidental expenses and payments contributing towards regular fixed outgoings which they are contractually committed to pay, such as mortgage or rent costs.
218 million under the heads of educational institutions, seminaries, subsistence allowance, healthcare, marriage grant, educational scholarships (Technical) and hospitals of provincial level as second six monthly instalment.
The approved companies will receive a subsistence allowance, an economy-class return airfares and excess baggage allowance for display material and samples.
LAHORE -- Provincial Minister for Zakat and Ushr Malik Nadeem Kamran has said a six-month installment of Rs 591,012,000 has been released under the head of subsistence allowance for 100,000 destitute persons through mobile banking and they can collect their amount from their nearest easy-paisa shop.
The Ministry of Social Solidarity has decided to grant EGP 5,000 as compensations and EGP 300 as monthly subsistence allowance for the stranded families in Imbaba, following the collapse of a building in the neighbourhood, said Social Solidarity Minister Ghada Wali.
LAHORE -- Provincial Minister for Zakat and Usher Malik Nadeem Kamran has said that more than 3 billion rupees have been given to more than five lakh deserving people in the head of subsistence allowance, provision of facilities of public health, educational and religious scholars, Ramazan, Eid and marriage grant.
She received German child benefit and social security payments but also applied for a subsistence allowance from the German social security system.
In order to establish the criterion of social aid provision to poor citizens of Kazakhstan defining the size of subsistence allowance according to the point 4 of the rules of poverty line definition ratified by the decree of the Government dated April 8, 2000, the Minister decreed to define the poverty line for the third quarter of 2014 making 40 percent of the living wage calculated by the Statistics Agency, Kazinform cited.
Mr Nuttall, North West MEP, claimed the daily subsistence allowance just 30 times in 2012 and has donated PS12,400 to UKIP since election in 2009, according to the Electoral Commission.
Besides, the unemployed would be given subsistence allowance and like all other states, government employees would get a pay structure according to the recommendations of the sixth pay commission," he said.
Poverty-reduction programs -- including a rural subsistence allowance and subsidies to offset rising food prices for poor families -- have been common in recent years.