fringe benefit

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n fringe benefit an incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right) "a limousine is one of the fringe benefits of the job"
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Usage

In literature:

There was only one fringe benefit.
"Deathworld" by Harry Harrison
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In news:

Rihanna knows how to flaunt the benefits of a fringe bikini top, which (bonus.
With union membership shrinking and wages strained, it might sound crazy to argue that labor should voluntarily give up a huge fringe benefit: tax-free health insurance provided by employers.
How can fringe benefits cost nearly as much as a worker's salary.
IRS Considers Taxing Personal Use of Work Cell Phones as ' Fringe Benefit '.
The IRS is weighing a proposal to deem one-quarter of employees' use of work cell phones as personal use and therefore subject to tax as a fringe benefit .
Skilled Labor Index The Skilled Labor Index is the labor component of ENR's Building Cost Index and tracks union wages, plus fringe benefits, for carpenters, bricklayers and iron workers.
The country starlet took the stage in a glimmering gold fringe mini and knee-high black boots during her Nashville, TN concert benefitting the victims of the 2011 tornadoes that ripped through the southeast U.S.
One facility's experience with a life-jacket-required policy shows why it's worth consideration — and the fringe benefits that can result.
Below is a directory of UTU fringe benefit sheets for UTU rail members.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1985.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1986.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1987.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1985.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1986.
Fringe Benefit Sheet – 1987.
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