Back pay definition

Back pay shall include all forms of compensation payable to the Employee by the Corporation, the cost of all fringe benefits, and prejudgment interest at the rate of 10% per annum on such claims.
Back pay means wages, overtime pay, salary or benefits allegedly earned and due to anemployee or former employee but not paid.
Back pay means wages lost as a direct result of the Defendants’ decision not to hire a Claimant.

Examples of Back pay in a sentence

  • Back pay liability shall not accrue from a date more than two years prior to the filing of a charge with the Commission.

  • Back pay shall be limited to the date the employee’s claim was filed with the Appointing Officer.

  • Back pay, within the meaning of Regulations §1.415(c)-2(g)(8), shall be treated as Compensation for the Limitation Year to which the back pay relates to the extent the back pay represents wages and compensation that would otherwise be included under this definition.

  • Back pay liability may not accrue from a date more than 2 years prior to the filing of a complaint with the department.

  • Back pay and damages for emotional dis- tress received to satisfy a claim under title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

More Definitions of Back pay

Back pay means payment awarded as reimbursement by an employer for loss of wages during a period for which no services were performed and no payment was intended;
Back pay means money damages owed to the employee for a salary or wage to compensate the employee as determined by the formulas set forth within this law.
Back pay means the recovery of wages, salary or benefits due or allegedly due to an employee for the period before settlement or judgment of a claim or suit under Coverages D (Personal Injury) or E (Employment Practices).
Back pay means the salary arrears of approximately $1,500,000 owed to the PGR Employees and PGR Casual Employees for the five month period from August 20, 2001 to January 20, 2002;
Back pay means a payment by an employer to an employee or former employee for lost wages.” Minn. Stat. § 268.035, subd. 3 (2014). “Where the legislature’s intent is clearly discernable from plain and unambiguous language, statutory construction is neither necessary nor permitted and [an appellate court] appl[ies] the statute’s plain meaning.” Hans Hagen Homes, Inc. v. City of Minnetrista, 728 N.W.2d 536, 539 (Minn. 2007).
Back pay means a monetary award that represents the value of some of the wages that a Claimant would have received if he or she had not been disqualified by the Police Written Entrance Exam or the PFT and had been hired into the position of probationary police officer.
Back pay means the wages or salary and benefits that an employee would have been paid during the period between resignation from employment or termination from employment up to the time in which a claim has settled or is adjudicated.