Entitlements sentence example
- Governments create entitlements due to public demand for them, and public demand exists where the need is not filled.
- Once a lump sum compensation payment has been received, it may affect your client's entitlements to any income-based benefits.
- Paying national insurance contributions in the UK can also help you build up entitlements in your home country.
- In many cases contractual entitlements simply reflect the statutory minimum.
- But it is important to make sure that the necessary forms are completed if your child is to enjoy their tax-free entitlements.Advertisement
- This will entail changes to the way statutory redundancy entitlements are calculated.
- Workers may complain to an employment tribunal if they are being denied rest periods, breaks or the paid annual leave entitlements.
- He notes that the welfare reforms enacted by Bill Clinton in 1996 reduced entitlements to single parents and toughened up child-support enforcement.
- Statutory maternity leave entitlements are monies paid by United Kingdom employers that allows expecting mothers to take time off work before and after the birth of their babies.
- Grants are not entitlements or benefits.Advertisement
- Grants are not benefits or entitlements.
- However, in a joint adoption only one partner is entitled to statutory adoption pay whilst the other has paternity leave entitlements.
- It seems that as national income rises, people choose to create larger governments that offer more entitlements and have more expansive powers.