1. The remuneration for this job is very high.
2. The company offers competitive remuneration and benefits packages.
3. The remuneration system needs to be fair and transparent.
例句:How many months of a year shall consultants devote to SGCC? How about the remuneration? (需要咨询顾问xx年多少时间投入在公司？给予咨询顾问的报酬和相关费用？ )
例句:I do say, Christopher Robin, the winners of such contest are traditionally awarded some form of remuneration. (我要说 克里斯托夫•罗宾 这种比赛产生的赢家 按照惯例会获得一些酬劳)
例句:This would require a lot of your time, but not to worry, we have a very sumptous remuneration for you. (这将需要花费你很多的时间，但是不用担心，我们有一个非常满意你的报酬。)
例句:Despite the conditions stipulated in the preceding paragraph, the broker may still ask the truster to pay remuneration. (翻译:行纪人有前款规定情形的，仍然可以要求委托人支付报酬。)
remuneration一般作为名词使用，如在direct remuneration(直接报酬)、directors' remuneration(董事酬劳)、net remuneration(净报酬,实际工资)等常见短语中出现较多。
|payment remuneration||[法] 支付酬金|
|piecework remuneration||[法] 计件给酬制|
|receive no remuneration||无报酬|
1. This would require a lot of your time, but not to worry, we have a very sumptous remuneration for you. (翻译:这将需要花费你很多的时间，但是不用担心，我们有一个非常满意你的报酬。)
2. Despite the conditions stipulated in the preceding paragraph, the broker may still ask the truster to pay remuneration. (翻译:行纪人有前款规定情形的，仍然可以要求委托人支付报酬。)
3. So we wish to find a fair balance, in which reasonable remuneration is paid on the capital, yielding profits, but as a result of activities that are in the best interest of the nation, so that the profits can also bring about benefits for the country. (翻译:因此我们希望找到一个合理的平衡， So we wish to find a fair balance, 付给资本以合理的报酬， in which reasonable remuneration is paid on the capital, 收益的利润， yielding profits,)
4. It must also be done with a profit and remuneration structure that is fair to everyone. (翻译:它还必须有一个对每个人都公平的利润和薪酬结构。)
5. The main fund manager is usually the largest investor and remuneration depends on the fund performing profitably. (翻译:首席基金经理通常也是最大的投资者，其酬劳也取决于基金的获利表现。)
6. The book publisher shall notify, and pay remuneration to, the copyright owner when the work is to be reprinted or republished. (翻译:图书出版者重印、再版作品的，应当通知著作权人，并支付报酬。)
7. These rainmakers commanded multi-million dollar remuneration packages for their ability to win deals through their connections. (翻译:由于有能力通过关系赢得交易，这些风云人物获得了数以百万美元计的薪资报酬。)
8. Of course, I can't offer you the same kind of financial remuneration you've grown accustomed to, but the work'll have to serve as its own reward. (翻译:我不能给你跟以前一样 同样的报酬 但工作本身就是报酬)
9. And I'm just trying to figure out the cast of characters, so, has Mr. Marwat mentioned receiving remuneration of any kind from overseas? (翻译:我们只是想弄清楚主要演员什么的 Marwat有提过接受来 自海外的任何薪金酬劳吗)
10. Article 422 Where the broker has accomplished the commissioned affairs in full or in part, the truster shall pay remuneration accordingly. (翻译:第四百二十二条行纪人完成或者部分完成委托事务的，委托人应当向其支付相应的报酬。)
11. We can encourage foreign-capital investments if we pay fair remuneration on their capital. (翻译:that they were creating, at the time, in my country. 我们可以鼓励外资投资 We can encourage foreign -capital investments)
12. They expect fulfilling jobs and good remuneration; few want to leave the big cities or take up underpaid teaching work. (翻译:他们期待着令人满意的工作和高收入，很少人想离开城市或从事工资低微的教师行业。)
13. However, the matter of remuneration will take care of itself, as it always does, if other things are all right. (翻译:不过，如其他条件具备，待遇问题，自会解决。)
14. The Remuneration Committee meets at least once a year. (翻译:During薪酬委员会每年至少举行一次会议。)
15. Under the scheme, these insolvency practitioners' remuneration would be subsidised by the government funds up to a prescribed limit. (翻译:根据该项计划，这些破产从业员的酬金由公帑资助，但设有订明限额。)
- remuneration package: 报酬方案
- fair remuneration: 公正的补偿
- base remuneration: 基本报酬
- monetary remuneration: 货币报酬
1. The remuneration for the job was generous.
2. The company offers an attractive remuneration package to its employees.
3. Negotiations over remuneration are ongoing.
4. The remuneration policy needs to be reviewed annually.
5. The remuneration may be paid either in cash or in kind.
6. The company is considering adjusting the remuneration scale.
7. This job doesn't offer enough remuneration for the amount of work required.