reporting pay

Definition of "reporting pay"
  1. A form of compensation to an employee who shows up to their workplace when, unbeknownst to them, there are no tasks for them to complete
How to use "reporting pay" in a sentence
  1. Due to a miscommunication, Jack showed up to work on a weekend and received reporting pay as there was no work for him.
  2. After showing up at the construction site, the team was given reporting pay because there weren't any tasks to do.
  3. Nancy was relieved to know that she would receive reporting pay when she arrived at the office only to find there was no work that day.

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