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back pay

From Longman Business Dictionaryback payˈback payHUMAN RESOURCES money an employer owes to workers, for example because a wage increase was late or because workers have not taken their holidayThe system will calculate back pay, including overtime allowances.The agency was ordered to restore $60 millionin back pay that was saved by the cutbacks in hours worked. pay
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