In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- But for the amount of work we do, a small gratuity is always appreciated.
- As we headed home, my mate wondered why many cafés have counter-top jars for tips if paying gratuities was not New Zealand custom.
- These gratuities are voluntary rewards given from spectators who genuinely enjoyed the battle in the ring.
- However, a special gratuity paid to a driver, for example at Christmas, may not be taxable.
- Make the martini their way and you'll get a bigger tip; to amass the greatest wealth in gratuities, you must learn to make over 100 drinks.
2British(payment for long service)gratificación feminine
- It also wants to lengthen the qualifying period for long-service leave and dump a gratuity entitlement.
- Charitable payments or gratuities given by employers should not be deducted from awards of damages as it is important not to discourage benevolence.
- Well, as part of my pay for February, I received my gratuity for the contract period that ended December 31, 2002.
- Government has been implored to intervene in the labour stand-off between the company and its workers following failure by management to pay gratuity to over 400 employees.
- He added that the retirement gratuity had been increased following negotiations which had been accepted by the union side.
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