gratuity


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  • noun

Synonyms for gratuity

Synonyms for gratuity

a material favor or gift, usually money, given in return for service

Synonyms for gratuity

a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)

an award (as for meritorious service) given without claim or obligation

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The death gratuity is a different benefit from the Servicemen's Group Life Insurance (SGLI)," said Courtney.
35) Violating the gratuities statute does not require that official actions were actually affected or influenced in any way; indeed, a gratuity may be paid after official action was already taken, when influencing the action is no longer possible.
As one author memorably stated, "What makes a gift a gratuity is the reason it is given, what makes it corruption is the reason it is taken.
As a result, police services will still be distributed in a manner that has nothing to do with need, but not for such a plainly wrong reason as the naked desire to buy additional police services for the price of that gratuity.
Gift" is broadly defined to include "any gratuity, favor, discount, entertainment, hospitality, loan, forbearance or other item having monetary value.
But the defence ministry has dismissed the suit, saying that the soldiers should not have sued the government at all because they had been receiving gratuity from the state all along.
If you are killed on active duty, regardless of whether you're in theater, or in a training accident or die from disease, your family receives $12,000 death gratuity that is not taxed," she said.
If you are killed on active duty, regardless of whether you're in theater, in a training accident or die from disease, your family receives a $12,000 death gratuity that is not taxed," Colonel Fenton said.
Since April 10, the British government has been considering the issue of a gratuity for more than 10,000 former POWs, their widows and a small number of civilian internees.
Against extrinsicism he situated the desire for God at the very heart of concrete, historical human nature, but he seemed thereby to some to deprive grace of any gratuity beyond that of creation.
Following her recent column on changing jobs in the UAE, solicitor Nida Chaudhry looks at how end of service gratuity is calculated.
All employers have gratuity liability for their staff based on the number of employees they have hired, their salaries, and the time they have spent at the company," said Duncan Crerar, Head of Employee Benefits at Nexus Group, one of the largest financial advisory firms in the region.
More than 80 per cent of the employees, according to a survey conducted for Zurich International Life, feel that gratuity is not enough to meet their post-retirement expenses.
Summary: Peter Cox at Zurich International Life speaks of unlocking the retention power of the end-of-service gratuity, to turn an unfunded liability into a valued employee benefit
Almost a quarter of readers who responded to a 7DAYS poll on changing jobs in the UAE said they weren't paid their gratuity.