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Chapter 26. Employment > Compensation

Compensation

Full-Time Delivery Drivers Wanted

No weekend routes. Compensation commensurate with experience. Send employment history to Garza's Flowers, Attention: Human Resources Department.


WHAT DO YOU KNOW?

Circle T or F to indicate whether each of the following statements is true or false.

1:

TFThe human resources department at Garza's Flowers will probably review the applications and recommend or hire someone for the job.


A1:

True. Reviewing applications and recommending or hiring applicants for jobs are functions of human resources departments.

2:

TFPay is probably better for someone with more experience or better experience.


A2:

True. Commensurate means “in proper proportion.” Compensation refers to the pay and benefits an employee receives for doing a job. The phrase “compensation commensurate with experience” indicates that the salary or wages for a job will depend on the experience of the applicant. Someone with more related experience will be paid more than a person who has less experience.

3:

TFSomeone who has little experience would probably be paid less than someone who has had more experience.


A3:

True. See the explanation for question 2.



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