Of persons, in employment situations, from , chiefly British.
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Related: Redundantly. Synonyms for redundant superfluous unnecessary bombastic de trop diffuse extra extravagant inessential inordinate iterating long-winded loquacious oratorical padded palaverous periphrastic pleonastic prolix reiterating spare supererogatory supernumerary surplus tautological unwanted verbose wordy MOST RELEVANT. And this rosiness, so like redundant vigor, was it not the flush of her hot task?
You could be expected to carry on working during your notice period, but you might be allowed to leave earlier and sometimes immediately. This is effectively compensation from your employer for ending your contract early. This means all basic pay you were deemed to have received is taxed in the same way regardless of whether or not you worked during your notice period.
If you have holiday owed, your employer has to pay you for it or let you take it before you leave.
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References in classic literature? The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up --flaked up, with rose-water snow. View in context. It is allowed, that senates and great councils are often troubled with redundant , ebullient, and other peccant humours; with many diseases of the head, and more of the heart; with strong convulsions, with grievous contractions of the nerves and sinews in both hands, but especially the right; with spleen, flatus, vertigos, and deliriums; with scrofulous tumours, full of fetid purulent matter; with sour frothy ructations: with canine appetites, and crudeness of digestion, besides many others, needless to mention.
The result is massacre; not, however, without its advantages, as it eliminates the more brutal and troublesome of the Isosceles; and by many of our Circles the destructiveness of the Thinner Sex is regarded as one among many providential arrangements for suppressing redundant population, and nipping Revolution in the bud. The Typee girls devote much of their time to the dressing of their fair and redundant locks.
The perfect swarm of busily engaged persons moving about noiselessly; the multitude of guests, - who were, however, even less numerous than the servants who waited on them, - the myriad of exquisitely prepared dishes, of gold and silver vases; the floods of dazzling light, the masses of unknown flowers of which the hot-houses had been despoiled, redundant with luxuriance of unequaled scent and beauty; the perfect harmony of the surroundings, which, indeed, was no more than the prelude of the promised View in context.
Mr Partridge acted for some time on the defensive only; indeed he attempted only to guard his face with his hands; but as he found that his antagonist abated nothing of her rage, he thought he might, at least, endeavour to disarm her, or rather to confine her arms; in doing which her cap fell off in the struggle, and her hair being too short to reach her shoulders, erected itself on her head; her stays likewise, which were laced through one single hole at the bottom, burst open; and her breasts, which were much more redundant than her hair, hung down below her middle; her face was likewise marked with the blood of her husband: her teeth gnashed with rage; and fire, such as sparkles from a smith's forge, darted from her eyes.
He was a small, short, youngish man, sprinkled all over his face with freckles, and wearing redundant yellow hair.