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Synonyms for compensatory

affording compensation

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Most notably the new labor law repeals the regulations regarding the quadruple pay for overtime and stipulates that workers can choose to get paid for overtime or to have compensatory leave on a one-to-one basis.
Heilongjiang carp a x Jian carp a (Yj) combination had the highest catch-up like growth degree and the Heilongjiang carp a x Heilongjiang carp a (Yy) combination had no compensatory like growth.
In the event the employer does not grant compensatory leave to its employees, the employer should pay its employees a bonus equal to 150 per cent of the basic remuneration of its employees.
The compensatory amount would be disbursed among the affectees through the Deputy Commissioners of concerned districts, official sources told here on Monday.
As I have argued at length elsewhere, such a compensatory norm persuasively explains the important tort doctrines governing physical harm, (13) and so in part IV, I employ distributive economic analysis to show how the tort system can be conceptualized as a compensatory mechanism.
Compensatory afforestation activity, the report points out, was undertaken only on 7,281 hectares, a minuscule seven per cent of the non- forest land that had to be provided.
The other compensatory picks were awarded in draft order to increase the total number of comp picks to equal the number of teams (32).
All of the examples of plant compensatory growth that we have documented (see Figure 2) exceed (sometimes by one or two orders of magnitude) the size ranges described for the species in dichotomous keys.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi political bloc Dawlat al-Qanoon will give its two compensatory seats to minorities, a source from the bloc said on Sunday.
ON AG (FRA: EOAN), have agreed to swap stakes in jointly-owned hydropower plants in Sweden and to terminate several contracts for compensatory power.
SUPREME COURT HOLDS, AS MATTER OF MARITIME COMMON LAW, THAT INHERENT INCONSISTENCIES IN JURY DETERMINATIONS OF PUNITIVE DAMAGES JUSTIFIES LIMITING SAME TO NO MORE THAN AMOUNT OF COMPENSATORY DAMAGES
The purpose of our research is to investigate whether a relationship exists between life status changes, negative emotional state, and compensatory consumption among college students.
House of Representatives on July 31 passed a bill that would lift the cap on compensatory and punitive damages that women may be awarded in wage discrimination cases.
What does the compensatory part of the award cover?
A new state law authorizes developers--in certain circumstances--to pay a fee to the state in lieu of performing compensatory wetlands mitigation.