back pay


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back pay

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) pay received by an employee from an increase awarded retrospectively
Translations

back pay

narretrato di stipendio
References in classic literature ?
"He owed me six weeks back pay," said the general, "and I hate to lose him."
WASHINGTON The House of Representatives is expected to approve back pay this month for hundreds of thousands of federal contractors who went unpaid during the 35-day government shutdown during December and January, according to Democratic lawmakers.
'Seniority indemnity back pay and future seniority indemnity payments for workers will begin in late June.
THOUSANDS of Asda workers here have been left counting the cost of delayed back pay.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is asking the Supreme Court not to review an appellate ruling finding that back pay is mandatory upon a finding of a violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or ADEA.
Supervisors have six months of back pay, while workers have three months of back pay, according to the company's Assistant Manager Md Abu Taslim.
President Donald Trump will not sign any funding agreement that includes contractor back pay, ABC News' Trish Turner, Katherine Faulders, Anne Flaherty, and Alexander Mallin report.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Numerous federal workers still owed back pay have not received all of the compensation they are due from the recent 35-day partial government shutdown, The Associated Press reported on Wednesday.
He has received only a portion of his back pay, and does not expect to be fully paid until Feb.
It would usually take about three to six months before you get your back pay.)
The district court held that Baltimore County violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, but denied the EEOC's request for back pay damages, concluding it had discretion to deny a request for such damages.