pay period


pay period
pay period - A period that comprises 2 service weeks, beginning on Saturday and ending 2 weeks later on Friday. (Also see service day and service week.)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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  • pay period — OBED has an entry for payphone donsn t seem especially businessy so not added MS pay period ➔ period * * * pay period UK US noun [C] ► HR the amount of time that an employee works before being paid, for example a week or a month: »The length of… …   Financial and business terms

  • period — pe‧ri‧od [ˈpɪəriəd ǁ ˈpɪr ] noun [countable] a particular length of time: • She has been taken on for a 6 month trial period. acˈcounting ˌperiod ACCOUNTING a period of time to which a particular payment is related for accounting or tax purposes …   Financial and business terms

  • pay in hand — noun the amount of pay which an employer may hold, determined by the number of days allowed to elapse between the end of the pay period and the pay day for it …   Australian English dictionary

  • Pay-per-view — (often abbreviated PPV) is the system in which television viewers can purchase events to be seen on TV and pay for the private telecast of that event to their homes. The event is shown at the same time to everyone ordering it, as opposed to video …   Wikipedia

  • Pay-off-Period —   [peɪ ɔf pɪərɪəd, englisch] die, / s, Pay back Period [ bæk , englisch], bei der Investitionsrechnung die Amortisationsdauer (Amortisation) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • pay for itself — phrase if something that you have bought pays for itself, it allows you to save as much money as you paid when you bought it A more efficient machine would pay for itself within a year. Thesaurus: relating to making profitsynonym Main entry: pay… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay slip — ➔ slip2 * * * pay slip UK US (UK (US pay stub) ► HR a piece of paper given to an employee to show how much they have earned and any deductions (= amounts taken off for income tax, etc.) in a particular period: »The size of the deductions in the… …   Financial and business terms

  • pay something back to somebody — ˌpay sb ˈback (sth) | ˌpay sthˈback (to sb) derived to return money that you borrowed from sb Syn: ↑repay • I ll pay you back next week. • You can pay back the loan over a per …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay somebody back something — ˌpay sb ˈback (sth) | ˌpay sthˈback (to sb) derived to return money that you borrowed from sb Syn: ↑repay • I ll pay you back next week. • You can pay back the loan over a per …   Useful english dictionary

  • pay and display — noun A system of paying for parking in which a ticket is bought from a machine and displayed in the window of the parked vehicle • • • Main Entry: ↑pay * * * ˌpay and disˈplay 7 [pay and display] noun …   Useful english dictionary


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