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danger pay

John O'Connell


Employees might be placed in danger when they are transferred to certain countries because of political unrest, actions of terrorists, active war or insurrection, or public reaction to citizens of specific foreign countries. Some companies will compensate their employees at higher levels when the job places them in extraordinary danger. Danger pay is given to employees from the time they enter the dangerous country or region until the time they leave. Danger pay may also be referred to as hazardous duty pay. See also compensation package (expatriate) ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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