danger money


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danger money

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) extra money paid to compensate for the risks involved in certain dangerous jobs
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danger money

nindennità di rischio
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But if you were to ask what the Danger Money was like, you'd be told; "Sorry, kid!
Being a defender for Hibs should come with danger money rather than appearance money.
But he didn't actually put his back into it and force me" Actress Uma Thurman describes an alleged attack on her by Harvey Weinstein, which he denies "We should get danger money for having to work at Parliament.
Klopp, of course, left Mourinho trailing in his wake as he went into overdrive - largely at the expense of Sky Sports reporter Patrick Davison, who deserved a medal (or perhaps some danger money) by the end of his shift.
I WAS doing some TV work after yesterday's game at Anfield and I told the producer that I needed danger money!
Up until now, we have paid a driving instructor to take on that risk and slipped him a bit of danger money.
NEEDS DANGER MONEY? 9WHO OSCAR-winner Halle Berry has suffered several injuries during her acting career.
"No day was the same; I got a seaman's ration book which meant extra food, a great help for mum and, on top of my pay, a half-crown danger money for going beyond the mouth of the Tees.
Monrovia: Liberia on Monday faced a nationwide walkout by healthcare workers demanding danger money to care for Ebola patients, in an epidemic that has already killed dozens of their colleagues.
He's chasing Dewi for a quote.' 'Pay danger money, do they, BBC Wales?' 'Bloody hope not.
Unfortunately, the proposal for danger money for postal staff is a misplaced priority.
That is all anyone in their early 40s need to know #Fouthdoctor @jackofkent We'd like to thank The Doctor for saving us from the Cybermen this year #Dayofthedoctor @RoyalAlbertHall Hope you asked for danger money that day @ NicholasPegg Rough!