pay packet


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Noun1.pay packet - wages enclosed in an envelope for distribution to the wage earnerpay packet - wages enclosed in an envelope for distribution to the wage earner
pay, remuneration, salary, wage, earnings - something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
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pay packet

pay envelope (Am) nbusta f paga inv
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I always thought you had to work to receive a pay packet.
THE story of Michael Doherty and his "lost" pay packet (Record, September 22) is one of the happiest I've read for a long time, amid all the doom and gloom.
SAINSBURY'S boss Mike Coupe saw his pay packet fall 16% to PS2.
Under the new policy, detailed in the firm's annual report, Ms Greene's total pay packet could rise to a maximum of PS2.
The National Minimum Wage will increase by 50 cent from the 1st of January, following the acceptance of my recommendation to Cabinet as part of the Budget, ensuring that 124,000 people on the lowest pay in society will also see an increase in their pay packet.
We're told the first footballing half a million pound a week pay packet isn't far way - giving a further chance for impressionable young men to live the dream or embark on a nightmare.
While growth in wages has recovered from last month's unexpected contraction in total earnings, and more strongly than was predicted, the average pay packet is still growing more slowly than July's official inflation rate of 1.
He then became embroiled in a row about his missing pay packet and he was told by the company that the 'probationary period' was to be worked "at his own expense", meaning if he was let go or left of his own accord he wouldn't be paid.
London, August 26 ( ANI ): A healthy pay packet is the most vital factor for a good night's rest, according to a poll.
The TUC said the UK's pay packet was PS52bn smaller last year compared to the eve of the recession in 2007 - with some regions suffering 10% losses.
Chief executive Paul Kehoe saw his pay packet increase by PS49,000 to PS408,000 at a time when the overall wage bill and staff numbers have been cut.
The revolt over executive pay has intensified after the number of shareholders at Royal Dutch Shell in London and the Hague opposing the group's executive pay packet has strengthened over the past year.