quartile pay band definition

quartile pay band means each of four equal groups of workers into which they are divided according to their pay levels – from the lowest to the highest;
quartile pay band means each of four equal groups of workers into which they
quartile pay band means each of four equal groups of workers into which they are divided according to their pay levels – from the lowest to the highest; (g) ‘category of workers’ means workers performing the same work or work of equal value grouped by the workers’ employer based on criteria as laid down in Article 4 of this Directive and specified by the employer concerned;

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Peer Group means, of a benchmark group of 20 entities, the names of which are attached hereto as Annex A, those entities that remain in the Peer Group as of the end of the Performance Period after application of the Peer Group Adjustment Protocol.
Cannabis retailer or “retailer” means a person licensed by the Board to sell cannabis and cannabis products to adults 21 years of age and older for off-site consumption in accordance with this chapter.
Quarterly (1/Quarter) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done in the months of March, June, August, and December, unless specifically identified otherwise in the Effluent Limitations and Monitoring Requirements table.
Quarterly (1/Quarter) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done in the months of March, June, August, and December, unless specifically identified otherwise in the Effluent Limitations and Monitoring Requirements table.
Semi-annual (2/Year) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done during the months of June and December, unless specifically identified otherwise.
Semi-annual (2/Year) sampling frequency means the sampling shall be done during the months of June and December, unless specifically identified otherwise.
motor cycle means a mechanically-propelled vehicle, not being an invalid carriage, with less than four wheels and the weight of which does not exceed 410 kilograms;