Meaning of COMPENSATION in English

COMPENSATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a compensation/bonus etc scheme (= in which people receive compensation, a bonus etc )

a new compensation scheme for accident victims

seek compensation/damages (= ask for money because of something bad you have suffered )

The other two may seek compensation for wrongful imprisonment.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

adequate

Social security payments are unlikely to be adequate compensation for loss of earnings and injuries.

And Secretary of State Peter Lilley should also demand that the brewers pay adequate compensation to tenants who refuse to take leases.

But the perquisites and the influence which court office brought with it were probably, for most men, adequate compensation .

eligible

You will be eligible for compensation only if you have lost out financially as a result of unsuitable advice.

financial

But if its promises are broken there is no financial compensation on offer.

Political parties are trying to claim back property confiscated more than 60 years ago, and political prisoners are demanding financial compensation .

Farmers will need to receive financial compensation to operate many extensive livestock production systems.

full

Producers were put into considerable difficulty by the decision of the Ministry not to pay them full compensation .

My analysis suggests, however, that the compensation for permanent disablement falls short of full compensation.

The moral argument, the one for full compensation to the farmers, is the weakest.

If so, has it been confirmed that they will pay full compensation for this privilege?

Things got very heated as I demanded he pay me full compensation .

monetary

Should monetary compensation be made available as a remedy in public law, and if so, on what basis?

They have done so by fixing arbitrary standards of monetary compensation which ... are not susceptible of analysis.

There would be monetary compensation for the loss of the flat.

paid

Some have since been paid compensation .

The families were relocated and paid compensation by the government.

The Brewers Society code which is a voluntary arrangement says tenants should be paid compensation if their tenancy is terminated.

total

One operator said total compensation demands could rise to £750m.

The total compensation is the highest.

Such factors relate to the conduct of the employee and the total compensation received.

But it will be the only portion of the total compensation that is in any way secure.

The total compensation bill could reach £5 million.

Still, higher salaries and bonuses pushed total employee compensation and benefits to $ 608 million from $ 501 million.

By this means the total compensation payable by the fund would be increased to £75,000.

The regents Monday estimated that during the 1995-96 academic year, his total compensation package was $ 837, 113.

■ NOUN

claim

But a judge dismissed her compensation claim .

I can't file a worker's compensation claim for him as he doesn't have landed-immigrant status yet.

After retiring from the Chiefs in 1995, he filed a workers' compensation claim for injuries dating back to 1979.

The best you could expect under your statutory rights would be a small compensation claim .

Dear Help Wanted: I may be receiving a lump sum of money to settle a workers' compensation claim .

Voice over Ray's now waiting for the outcome of his compensation claim .

Absenteeism and workers' compensation claims have fallen sharply.

fund

The existence of a compensation fund , says Senator Mitchell, would reduce the penalties for pollution.

The Commission has already proposed establishing a compensation fund for damage caused by waste.

The court heard that the deficiency in the compensation fund could reach £1 million.

It has been suggested that in such cases, the offender's benefit should be channelled to a general victim compensation fund .

package

A bonus, payable on completion of the fixed-term contract, is also commonly included in the compensation package .

The Black-Scholes model also is widely used for valuing the stock options in the compensation packages of corporate executives.

His announcement was welcomed by pensioner groups, which had campaigned against the initial compensation package .

Some people who design compensation packages have suggested a possible ceiling on exercising stock options to keep a lid on the wealth.

Another important element of the compensation package concerns holidays.

A large part of the compensation package for our sales people is driven by a sliding commission scale.

Although it is usual for expatriates to rent housing abroad, some company compensation packages allow for property to be purchased.

Journalists and economists justifiably bemoan the obscene compensation packages awarded to corporate officers.

payment

Mr Neilsen was unhappy about the compensation payment , but now certain that his campaign had worked.

And workers' compensation payments to professional athletes would be offset by any payments available under a labor contract.

Later in the month a further four firms admitted making compensation payments .

It would be equally ridiculous to think of taxing only unemployed workers to finance the unemployment compensation payments which they receive.

Gross margins before compensation payments fell by 7.5 % on the previous year.

You pay tax on the compensation , but the corporation saves an offsetting amount of tax by deducting the compensation payment .

Several other independent groups have sought and obtained compensation payments , but this was the largest so far.

On Aug. 7 Hashimoto unveiled a series of tough measures which included laws to penalize investors as well as brokers for compensation payments .

scheme

Remember the mortgage itself isn't a debt, and so the compensation scheme doesn't apply.

Specifically they agreed that Iberian needed to modify performance objectives for dealers and redo budgets and compensation schemes .

It looks at joint compensation schemes cases in which civil liability principles do not apply.

The exchange strategy is not about transfer pricing, compensation schemes , or other impersonal elements of organization design.

Joint compensation schemes use funds collected through charges and contributions to clean up or restore the environment.

He knows that wide-ranging compensation schemes are available.

It has reversed some policies, such as the hated Employment Contracts Act and the hasty privatisation of the accident compensation scheme .

As he said, in some cases there are already agreements that compensation could be made under the investors compensation scheme .

system

Nucor actually has a range of compensation systems , each tying pay to performance.

The workers' compensation system was enacted around the turn of the century to protect workers injured on the job.

Reporting structures and planning, budgeting, and compensation systems , for example, remain wholly or significantly the same.

A single large paycheck had thrown into doubt not only the compensation system but also the long-standing pecking order within Salomon Brothers.

John Gutfreund, although himself a trader by training, did not grasp the contradictions inherent in his compensation system .

unemployment

His idea is to cap expenditure on entitlements: the mandatory spending on things like pensions, medical benefits and unemployment compensation .

While unemployment compensation is better than nothing, a job is better than either.

Social security, unemployment compensation , welfare, Medicare, food stamps, and public housing are examples.

After I lost my job, I started receiving $ 300 a week in unemployment compensation .

His problems started when one of the subcontractors collected unemployment compensation while working at the restaurant, he said.

It would be equally ridiculous to think of taxing only unemployed workers to finance the unemployment compensation payments which they receive.

And by collecting unemployment compensation , laid-off workers can continue spending, keeping the overall economy from slumping further.

■ VERB

award

Damages are awarded by way of compensation to the plaintiff for the loss suffered. 2.

But the magistrate awarded De Pace £800 compensation for anxiety and sleepless nights, £74 for dental bills and £640 legal costs.

The tribunal can award you up to £14,000 compensation or order your reinstatement.

The Resident Magistrate said he had considered the matter of compensation but had decided not to award compensation.

demand

Beatings are followed by grotesquely litigious demands for compensation .

In the southern state of Tabasco, farmers blockaded 60 oil wells in February to demand compensation from Pemex.

And one which would demand compensation .

If they demand more compensation to account for taxes, defendants may balk.

Still others demanded compensation from the government for the dead.

Widows are suing the companies for death benefits, demanding compensation for the loss of husbands worked into an early grave.

Political parties are trying to claim back property confiscated more than 60 years ago, and political prisoners are demanding financial compensation .

entitle

Lambeth Tessa holders could now be entitled to backdated compensation .

A teacher who worked without a contract would generally meet these requirements and thus be entitled to compensation for teaching services.

Should this happen, you may be entitled to compensation providing you have been with the firm for more than two years.

You may also be entitled to claim compensation under a personal accident insurance policy arranged by you or your employer.

After that you're entitled to compensation only.

offer

Wigan's less grand Central Park should offer belated compensation .

Like Lincoln Electric, Nucor Steel has been a high-performing company that still manages to offer exceptional compensation to its employees.

order

Cornthwaite was ordered to pay £500 compensation to Beverley Birss and to serve 150 hours community work.

Ronald Hutchinson, 70, of Heaton, was given an absolute discharge and ordered to pay £1,170 compensation .

A park keeper was ordered to pay £800 compensation to the owner of a £1,000 model yacht he sank.

On 3 April he was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment suspended for two years and was ordered to pay £1,500 compensation .

She was ordered to pay £568.04 compensation and £50 costs.

Magistrates declined to order compensation because they said he had been provoked.

He was ordered to pay compensation of £250 and costs of £150.

The ombudsman has no power to order compensation for example.

pay

This has made Britain happy, since it has not had to pay out compensation to white farmers.

Ronald Hutchinson, 70, of Heaton, was given an absolute discharge and ordered to pay £1,170 compensation .

He was conditionally discharged for twelve months and had to pay £15 compensation .

He was fined a total of £50 and ordered to pay £135 compensation and £30 costs.

The problem emerged yesterday in the board's report for 1988/9 when it paid record compensation of £69.4 million to 27,752 victims.

On 3 April he was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment suspended for two years and was ordered to pay £1,500 compensation .

We will pay compensation for loss or damage, at various levels depending on the registration fee you paid.

The government says the agency will pay compensation to claimants who suffered delays of more than eight months.

provide

It provides for compensation where individual performance standards are not met.

The new contract, which Laws negotiated with the board, also provides additional compensation that is separate from the base salary.

Surely she accepts that the Government were right to provide compensation for haemophiliacs who became infected through contaminated blood factor 8.

He wanted the government to provide protection and compensation for blacks in the South and to aid migration out of the South.

These provide compensation for faulty concrete construction in council homes sold to private buyers.

But the Government has provided compensation allowances in income support payments equal to the average poll tax bill in each council area.

receive

Voice over Katharine Spencer-Nairn faces the rest of her life in a wheelchair, with now no prospect of receiving any compensation .

Some victims of police abuse received compensation in local civil trials.

Even on the most expansive views of what interests should receive compensation , serious omissions stand out.

Landowners who get caught up in this bureaucratic runaround receive no compensation for their economic loss as a result of wetland determination.

We will give tenants a new Right to Improve, so they can receive compensation for certain home improvements which they undertake.

After I had been receiving workers' compensation benefits for a month, my employer laid me off.

Relatives of 20 people who died in the Paddington train crash in 1999 have received compensation payouts of up to £750,000.

The carpenter was among the displaced Christians who received compensation from the government for the loss of their homes.

require

A judge deciding McLoughlin might think it unjust to require compensation for any emotional injury.

Do the people of North Dakota disagree whether justice requires compensation for product defects that manufacturers could not reasonably have prevented?

Suppose there was no law requiring compensation .

seek

Once your case is concluded you can not, except in very rare instances, return to seek further compensation .

Sirotka has shoulder problems and the Blue Jays are seeking additional compensation .

The industry would seek compensation from the Government for the effects of the quota cuts, Mr Allan said.

Many victims have sought and been awarded compensation by the courts.

Simpson is being sued by the families of the victims, who are seeking compensation for their loss and punitive damages.

Several other independent groups have sought and obtained compensation payments, but this was the largest so far.

Perhaps not, but plenty of people have sought power as compensation for their own feelings of inadequacy.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Board members will receive compensation in the form of stock options, as well as salary.

His employers paid him $5000 compensation for his broken leg.

See if you can get some compensation from the airline for your lost baggage.

The government cannot take private property for public use without compensation .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

And by collecting unemployment compensation , laid-off workers can continue spending, keeping the overall economy from slumping further.

Cunningham was conditionally discharged for one year and ordered to pay a total of £65 compensation .

Furthermore, in 1975 an executive who suffered emotional distress after being demoted was awarded £500 compensation .

It is a mystic power not of the world of material facts, a divine gift in compensation for our ephemeral life.

Producers were put into considerable difficulty by the decision of the Ministry not to pay them full compensation .

The ombudsman has no power to order compensation for example.

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