Back pay

Back pay,

Definition of Back pay:

  1. Back pay is the amount of salary and other benefits that an employee claims that they are owed after a wrongful termination. Back pay is typically calculated from the date of termination to the date a claim was finalized or judgment was rendered.

  2. The amount of time it takes an insurance company to complete the claims process and determine if back pay is due depends on the complexity of the case. In some instances, a claim may be resolved quickly, such as in the case of an automobile accident that only involved damage to the body of the vehicle. Other cases, however, may take years to fully settle. In the case of a wrongful termination claim being made by an employee, the company will be liable for the salary and benefits that the employee would have earned had they not been terminated.

  3. Payment for work done in the past that was withheld at the time, or for work that could have been done had the worker not been prevented from doing so.

  4. Past wages and benefits (bonus, increment, overtime, etc.) to which an employee is entitled either because of a retroactive increase or employment practices (such as dismissal or denial of promotion) declared unlawful by a court or tribunal.

How to use Back pay in a sentence?

  1. Back pay is the amount of salary and other benefits that an employee claims that they are owed after a wrongful termination. .
  2. Since you were promoted to your new position six months ago and still have not received your pay raise, you will receive your back pay in two weeks.
  3. Employers are responsible for back pay, salary and benefits, as if the employee hadn’t been terminated. .
  4. Companies may insure against the risk of owing back pay to wrongfully terminated employees through employment practices liability insurance policies. .
  5. The employee was due back pay for the commission sales they generated in the first quarter so we just cut a check.
  6. Hickman should be provided back pay plus any expenses.
  7. His paycheck was much larger than he normally got because he received some unexpected back pay after going salaried from hourly at his place of employment.

Meaning of Back pay & Back pay Definition

Back Pay,

Back Pay means,

Compensation claims in the form of salaries and benefits from former employees that will have to be paid to former employees until the employee leaves the company until the claim is resolved or decided. For example, if an employee is fired on January 1, 2013 for corruption, the jury sentence will be delayed by 2 years on January 1, 2015. Most, but not all, Professional Compensation Insurance (EPLI) defines insurance losses as interest on late payments.

Literal Meanings of Back Pay

Back:

Meanings of Back:
  1. Provide financial, material or moral support a.

  2. Walk or run backwards.

  3. Cover the back (of something) to support, protect or decorate it.

  4. Lie on your back or on your back.

  5. The posterior surface of the human body from the shoulders to the hips.

  6. An aspect or part of an object that is far away from the viewer or in the direction of its movement or turning backwards.

  7. A field player whose starting position is behind the front line.

  8. Behind or behind something

  9. (Especially salary or anything posted or posted) in the past

  10. Redirect or vice versa.

Sentences of Back
  1. There is a journalistic empire that supports it

  2. I backed up and drove off on the highway

  3. Turtle shell mirror

  4. The walking distance leads to many cafes.

  5. Lying on his back

  6. There is a deserted garden behind the hotel.

Synonyms of Back

behind one, old, cover, reverse, previous, put up the money for, past, face, full back, backwards, encase, drive backwards, interline, other side, put a backing on, reinforce, lend one's name to, rearwards, to one's rear, act as guarantor of, underwrite, put a lining in, former, subsidize, rear, promote, panel, finance, back

Pay:

Meanings of Pay:
  1. Paying (someone) money for work (work), goods received or debt

  2. An action may cause you harm or other misfortune.

  3. Give (someone) (attention, respect or admiration)

  4. Someone is paid money for a permanent job.

  5. On fish (wooden deck or vibrating liner) or with tar to prevent leakage.

Sentences of Pay
  1. Paying residents to collect coffee beans

  2. They pay the price for your impatience

  3. No one pays attention to them

  4. Those who work under contract may receive higher wages.

Synonyms of Pay

remunerate, extend, tip, take-home pay, afford, settle up with, wages, grant, offer, render, gross pay, salary, net pay, suffer the consequences, give payment to, be punished, bestow, give, take one's medicine, indemnify, reimburse, suffer, wage, payment, get one's deserts

Back Pay,

What is The Meaning of Back Pay?

Compensation claims from former employees, which are wages and benefits to be paid to the former employee from the time the employee is notified until the claim is resolved or decided. For example, if an employee is fired on January 1, 2013 for misconduct, the jury sentence is delayed by 2 years on January 1, 2015. Most, but not all, professional liability insurance (EPLI) involves late payment in the explanation of insured losses.

Literal Meanings of Back Pay

Back:

Meanings of Back:
  1. The side or part of something that the viewer moves away from, or the direction in which it moves or reverses.

  2. A team player who plays in a defensive position behind the attacker.

  3. Cambridge University Garden overlooking the Cam River.

  4. In the opposite direction to what we see or where we are going.

  5. Return to previous or normal position or condition.

  6. Returns.

  7. Providing financial, material or moral support a.

  8. Walk or walk behind

  9. Cover the back (object) to support, protect or decorate it.

  10. Lying on your back or on your back

  11. Of or behind something.

  12. Backwards or in the opposite direction.

  13. (Voice) is described in the back of the mouth.

Sentences of Back
  1. Lying on your back

  2. He put the book back on the shelf.

  3. He made money in 1955.

  4. They answered me

  5. A journalistic empire supports it.

  6. I backed up the car and drove back to Autobahn.

  7. Turtle mirror

  8. We owe it to change.

  9. Back header

Synonyms of Back

draw back, tail, second, blench, withdraw, rear side, stand by, take someone's part, side with, move away, shrink back, vote for, backtrack, bankroll, retrace one's steps, take up the cudgels for, foot the bill for, out of date, support, stake, be a patron of, hindmost, sanction

Pay:

Meanings of Pay:
  1. Paying (someone) for work, goods received, or money owed.

  2. Being miserable through an action.

  3. (Attention, respect or admiration) Give (to someone).

  4. Paid someone for a permanent job.

  5. Seal with tar or tar (wooden boat deck or seam) to prevent leakage.

Sentences of Pay
  1. The passenger pays the guide to pick you up.

  2. The right to ill pay.

  3. The open spaces between the plates have to be filled with a special hot melt.

Synonyms of Pay

fee(s), foot the bill for, capitalize, atone, earnings, hand out, treat someone to, ante up for, pony up for, make atonement, handout(s), donate/leave money for, cough up for, profit(s), endow, recompense, gross/net pay, fork out for, fund, honorarium, stake, proceeds, gain

Back Pay,

What Does Back Pay Mean?

Back Pay refers to Compensation claims from former employees, which are wages and benefits that must be paid to the former employee from the time the employee is notified until the claim is resolved or decided. For example, if an employee was fired for misconduct on January 1, 2013, the jury sentence on January 1, 2015 would cover a 2-year delay. Most, but not all, professional liability insurance (EPLI) includes a standard in the definition of insured losses.

Literal Meanings of Back Pay

Back:

Meanings of Back:
  1. The aspect or part of an object from which the observer moves away, or the direction in which it moves or looks back.

  2. Cambridge University Gardens overlooking the Cam River.

  3. Returning to the previous or normal position or position.

  4. Walking or driving backwards.

  5. Latina on your back or on your back.

  6. (Voice) is spoken in the back of the mouth.

Sentences of Back
  1. Made a fortune in 1955

  2. The journalistic empire is supporting it.

  3. I backed up and drove off onto the highway.

  4. Mirror of turtle shells

  5. Rear header

  6. Long noises in the back, such as when dancing or bathing

Synonyms of Back

dorsal, retreat, smile on, uphold, help, stand behind, give one's support to, step back, favour, quail, take someone's side, give one's blessing to, vouch for, defend, endorse, quake, pull back, advocate, posterior, tail end, earlier, be on the side of, ally oneself with, rearmost, assist, stern, champion, approve of, throw one's weight behind, tag end

Pay:

Meanings of Pay:
  1. Paying (someone) money owed for work done, goods received, or loans.

  2. Face misfortune through a process.

  3. Giving (attention, respect or praise) to (someone).

  4. The amount paid to someone for a permanent job.

  5. Seal with wire or wire to prevent leakage (wooden boat deck or seam).

Sentences of Pay
  1. The passenger pays the guide to carry it.

  2. They pay for your impatience.

  3. For open slots between plates, a special bag should be filled with hot melt.

Synonyms of Pay

remuneration, lucre, emolument(s), proffer, shell out for, provide finance/capital for, sponsor, reward, revenue, present, pay a penalty, allowance, reimbursement, pay the price, defray the cost of, get one's comeuppance, takings, income, compensation, settle up for, furnish credit for, stipend