Full pay

the whole amount of wages or salary; maximum pay; especially, the highest pay or allowance to civil or military officers of a certain rank, without deductions.

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When I tried to pin him down to what my home life had to do with swerving the university from its high ideal, he offered me a two years' vacation, on full pay, in Europe, for recreation and research.
They went to the opera often of evenings--to those snug, unassuming, dear old operas in the German towns, where the noblesse sits and cries, and knits stockings on the one side, over against the bourgeoisie on the other; and His Transparency the Duke and his Transparent family, all very fat and good-natured, come and occupy the great box in the middle; and the pit is full of the most elegant slim-waisted officers with straw-coloured mustachios, and twopence a day on full pay. Here it was that Emmy found her delight, and was introduced for the first time to the wonders of Mozart and Cimarosa.
49 of 2009 on the determination of the holidays, which is a leave with full pay. Saafan explained that the employer may employ the worker in these days, if the circumstances of the work so require, and in this case, in addition to his wages for such days, he is entitled to double this wage.
These policies include the duration of parental leave at full pay equivalent, and childcare services for children aged between 0-6 years old.
Full pay will be extended for mothers by the number of days the baby is born before the due date.
In cases of miscarriage or emergency termination of pregnancy, 60-day maternity leave with full pay is provided.
The judge said although Kinyua has powers to issue circulars, imposing compulsory leave with full pay is offensive to the rule of reasonableness and an adverse on taxpayers.
Stirling councillors look set to approve moves to increase paternity entitlement for the authority's staff to four weeks' leave on full pay.
Wake up please, Cardiff Bay, if you allow anyone to get full pay for six months stress, then near full pay for a further 6 months.
Wake up, please, Cardiff Bay, if you allow anyone to get full pay for six months' stress, then near-full pay for a further six months, how can we hope to have a functional publicsector economy?
Summary: Female employee shall be entitled to maternity leave with full pay for a period of 45 days.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that also included in the policy is a surrogacy or adoptive leave with full pay for three months for female employees of the bank.