base pay


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base pay

n.
An amount or a rate of compensation for a specified position of employment or activity excluding any other payments or allowances.

base′ pay′


n.
pay received for a given work period, as an hour or week, but not including overtime, bonuses, and the like.
[1915–20]
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Ang nakikita namin siguro maglagay tayo ng relative to base pay. So ang inaaral namin ano ang figure na pwede i-define as nominal,' Lacson said in an interview over dzBB.
1 authorizes an increase in the base pay of military and other uniformed personnel in government.
The DBM pointed out that the current base pay scale for MUPs is stipulated under Congress JR 1, Series of 2018, or the 'Joint Resolution Authorizing the Increase in Base Pay of Military and Uniformed Personnel in the Government, and for Other Purposes.'Congress JR 1, Series of 2018, was passed on January 1, 2018, fulfilling President Duterte's promise of increasing the base pay of all MUP.
One-on-one teachers serving regular education students will see an increase of approximately $5,000 in base pay annually on average.
Mike Defensor as he vowed to push for legislation that would increase the minimum base pay of state nurses to Salary Grade 15.
The FCA US 401(k) plan features: immediate eligibility for all employees including automatic enrolment and automatic escalation; a company matching contribution equal to USD0.50 of every dollar contributed up to 10 percent of deferred pre-tax base pay or a Roth, with immediate 100 percent vesting; a 3 percent (of base pay) unmatched company contribution with a three-year vesting schedule; 12 target date funds and 12 core menu investment fund options, among others.
The union is calling for an increase to base pay at this year's spring wage talks.
When categorizing new hires by age and income, women ages 20 to 30 with a low starting salary had near-equal base pay of men; however, the base salary gap worsened for females after six years.
New legislationAs of May 1, companies will be obliged to publish the base pay in all their job offers.
Under the joint resolution, a signed copy of which was made available to the media on Tuesday, a private, a fire or jail officer, a police officer and an apprentice seaman or seaman third class would receive a monthly base pay of P29,668 starting Jan.
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed Joint Resolution 01 increasing the base pay of the military and uniformed personnel in government.
The supermarket giant, Britain's biggest private sector employer, will increase the base pay for store and warehouse workers by 10.5% over the next two years.