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Reward for employment in the form of pay, salary, or wage, including allowances, benefits (such as company car, medical plan, pension plan), bonuses, cash incentives, and monetary value of the noncash incentives.

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The new employee was very pleased by the considerable remuneration his position at the company afforded him and was already planning what he should buy with it.
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Dale told his wife triumphantly that the extra remuneration from his promotion that day would finally allow the two to try for a baby.
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The City of Norfolk agrees to provide additional remuneration to top teachers and principal if the schools in question meet stated objectives and goals within the calendar year.
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