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  2. Paycheck - Wikipedia

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    A salary statement, commonly called a payslip, pay stub, paystub, pay advice, or sometimes paycheck stub or wage slip, is a document that an employee receives either includes a notice that the direct deposit transaction has gone through or that is attached to the paycheck.

  3. Pay grade - Wikipedia

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    A pay grade is a unit in systems of monetary compensation for employment. It is commonly used in public service, both civil and military , but also for companies of the private sector. Pay grades facilitate the employment process by providing a fixed framework of salary ranges, as opposed to a free negotiation.

  4. Stub - Wikipedia

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    Stub, a tree cut and allowed to regrow from the trunk; see Pollarding Pay stub , a receipt or record that the employer has paid an employee Stub period , period of time over which interest accrues which is not equal to the usual interval between bond coupon

  5. Naver Pay - Wikipedia

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    Naver Pay (Hangul: 네이버 페이) is a mobile payment service launched by Naver Corporation.It is Naver's second mobile payment service after Line Pay, which was launched by Naver's Japanese subsidiary, Line Corporation in 2014.

  6. Gender pay gap - Wikipedia

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    The gender pay gap or gender wage gap is the average difference between the remuneration for men and women who are working. Women are generally considered to be paid less than men. There are two distinct numbers regarding the pay gap: non-adjusted versus adjusted pay gap.

  7. Principle of no-work-no-pay (dies non) - Wikipedia

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    Doctrine of "no-work-no-pay" The doctrine of "no-work-no-pay" is a fundamental axiom in industrial relations. The philosophy are very simple. When a person is employed, it is expected that the work assigned will be carried out. When this work is not done, the employee is not eligible for payment of any salary.

  8. Pay in lieu of notice - Wikipedia

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    If there is a pay in lieu of notice clause in the employee's contract, the amount the employee will get will normally be set out there. If not, it is up to the employee to agree to an amount. Sometimes, employees may be willing to accept a small amount if it is in their interests to leave early.

  9. Kate Fox - Wikipedia

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    Kate Fox is a British social anthropologist, co-director of the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC) and a Fellow of the Institute for Cultural Research. She has written several books, including Watching the English: The Hidden Rules of English Behaviour