salary cut

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Noun1.salary cut - the act of reducing a salarysalary cut - the act of reducing a salary  
cut - the act of reducing the amount or number; "the mayor proposed extensive cuts in the city budget"
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The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) continues to argue that it is carrying out 'Salary Harmonization' and not 'Salary Cut'.
He said the conclusion of Tabung Harapan Malaysia (THM), which will close on December 31, will not affect the salary cut.
He further said that if there is any sibling that the parents need to take care of then the salary cut may go up to 15 percent.
The BBC confirmed that Humphrys' Today programme colleague Nick Robinson had also taken a salary cut.
North America editor Sopel, one of the four who had agreed to a salary cut, earned between AaA 200,000 and AaA 249,999 ($285,100-$356,373) in 2016/17, the disclosures showed.
He admitted to prosecutors that he had tampered with the stamps to avoid a salary cut.- Alamy Image
THE North's MLAs face a [euro]15,000-plus salary cut if James Brokenshire adopts the recommendations of a former Assembly chief.
"IT firms can protect jobs of their middle rung and junior level employees if their executives take a salary cut and pass it on to them to protect their jobs," said Murthy in an interview to business news channel "ET Now" here.
One hundred and thirty two police employees were censured, another six were issued warning while 87 others who had remained absent faced salary cut for the period they had failed to perform duty.
The salary cut will be in effect till the end of the year, says the decree.
The company also plan to impose a five per cent salary cut on employees "to maintain competitiveness while protecting as many jobs as possible".
Matur Chut Dhuol has instructed the finance ministry to impose a 10% salary cut on ministry of public service staff who reportedly boycotted President Salva Kiir's visit to the capital, Rumbek last week.