Perks

Perks
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  • Perks — may refer either to: * an employee benefit, colloquially known as a perk or a perq , a short form of the word perquisite * Reginald Thomas David Perks, English cricketer, leading wicket taker for Worcestershire …   Wikipedia

  • Perks — This most interesting surname is of Old French and early medieval English origin. It is composed of a medieval diminutive of the Greek name Peter or the French variant Piers, Pierre , plus the suffix kin , although in this case the suffix itself… …   Surnames reference

  • perks — Benefits arising as a result of employment, in addition to regular remuneration. See: benefits in kind, shareholders perks …   Accounting dictionary

  • perks — An informal word for perquisites, the benefits arising as a result of employment, in addition to regular renumeration. Perks are privileges that are expected mainly by senior employees (e. g. a company car, private health insurance, an executive… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Perks Matriculation Higher Secondary School — Infobox School name = Perks Matriculation Higher Secondary School head of school= Lokshree. Sri Rama Ranganathan established = motto = type = Private / Coeducational location= Coimbatore, Tamilnadu country = IND coordinates =… …   Wikipedia

  • Perks and Tit — Infobox Album | Name = Perks and Tit Type = Live album Artist = Deep Purple Released = 2004 Recorded = April 9 1974 San Diego Sports Arena Genre = Hard rock Length = Label = Producer = Reviews = Last album = Space Vol 1 2 (2004) This album =… …   Wikipedia

  • perks — Synonyms and related words: Trinkgeld, blackmail, bonus, bonus system, boodle, booty, bounty, bribe, capital gains, cleanup, clear profit, consideration, dividends, donative, double time, earnings, fee, filthy lucre, fringe benefit, gain, gains,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • perks —    The word is a colloquial abbreviation of perquisites, as a term for customary or incidental benefits, from Medieval Latin perquisitum, acquired possession, in turn from Latin perquirere, to seek keenly for, formed on per, through, and quaerere …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • perks — nickname for percodan …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • perks — pÉœrk /pɜː n. side income (Slang); benefit, advantage (Slang); percolator (Slang) v. percolate, brew; filter v. be alert, be energetic; lift one s head; be active; be cheerful, be joyful …   English contemporary dictionary

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