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gratuity

a gift or reward, usually of money, for services rendered; tip
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It concerns all cases of gratuity-giving, including those in which the practice of giving small gratuities as tokens of friendship or appreciation still has the effect of luring more police officers to one location rather than another.
Also, the FAR Gratuities Clause, found in most contracts and solicitations, allows contract termination if a contractor offered or gave a gratuity intending to obtain favorable treatment.
And absolutely no tipping is allowed, since gratuities are already factored into the price.
It won't decline government gratuities, such as use of public land, giveaways of surplus government supplies like ammunition and camping gear, and any other federal bequests.
The Council will discuss three draft laws submitted by the Services Committee, two of them include amendment to the law on the organization of pensions and gratuities for government employees, while the third draft law aims at amending the law which organises the pensions and gratuities of the officers and members of Bahrain Defense Force (BDF) and Public Security.
It allows companies to plan for gratuities in a scheme that adds value for both company and individual.
Business secretary John Hutton ruled gratuities can no longer be used to top up pay to meet the national minimum wage.
A Target-related bonuses are not normally used when calculating gratuities.
Service fees are increasingly replacing optional gratuities at hotels and airline skycap desks, much to travelers' dismay.
The policies regarding gratuities vary in each law enforcement agency.
Our point is, tips and gratuities are gifts, or favors, given to an individual in return for service.