Translation of compensation in Spanish:


indemnización, n.

Pronunciation: /kɒmp(ə)nˈseɪʃ(ə)n//kɒmpɛnˈseɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkɑmpənˈseɪʃ(ə)n/


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    • 1.1(recompense)

      indemnización feminine
      compensación feminine
      compensation for sth indemnización / compensación por algo
      • I received $20,000 as / in compensation for the damage me dieron 20.000 dólares de indemnización / en compensación por los daños
      • I got a discount as compensation for the delay me hicieron un descuento como / en compensación por el retraso
      • that's small compensation for all my trouble con eso no se compensan todas las molestias que me he tomado

    • 1.2US (remuneration)

      remuneración feminine
      retribución feminine
      before noun compensation package paquete salarial masculine
      • The FLSA sets minimum wages, overtime compensation for work exceeding forty hours, and restrictions on child labor.
      • Executives received millions in compensation for their companies' superior performance.
      • But the companies get a deduction, because the gains count as employee compensation, a deductible expense.
      • Most companies say they use the funds for employee benefits or executive compensation.
      • An employer may deduct up to 25% of eligible compensation paid to employees for the year.
      • Contributions made by your employer are based on compensation that you would have received had you not been an active member of the armed forces.
      • The illustration would show ISU employees their total compensation, salary plus benefits.
      • The reliance on the wage base for funding reflects an earlier economy in which wage compensation dominated.
      • I am a secretary at my church and receive compensation on a salary basis.
      • Overall employee compensation has gone up - but mostly due to a surge in bonuses and stock-option exercises.
      • This initially took the form of the Redundancy Payments Act of 1965, which obliged employers to pay compensation to employees who were made redundant.
      • In terms of the victims' compensation, the Attorney and I have spent some time this week working on a new model to assist in compensation for the victims.
      • The shift means that more of an employee's compensation comes from bonuses, commissions, profit sharing, or stock options, and less from salaries.
      • But I think the executive compensation is completely out of hand.
      • Probably the most dramatic comparisons are for profits and employee compensation.
      • That's easy to answer: it's going to corporate profits, to rising health care costs and to a surge in the salaries and other compensation of executives.
      • The employee does receive extra compensation like insurance, plus noncash benefits like office space and equipment.
      • The foundation will use the collected money to pay salaries, social contributions and compensations to employees upon the sale.
      • His actions have proven, yet again, that contracts are no longer a guarantee of services for a period of time, but merely a tool for employers to extract compensation once their employees get a better offer elsewhere.
      • He is asking for $425,000, the equivalent in salary and compensation he would have received over two-and-a-half years.
      • The institution also provided compensation to employers for salaries paid to employees on sick leave after the first eight days.

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    Physiology Psychology
    compensación feminine