salaried sal‧a‧ried [ˈsælərid] adjective HUMAN RESOURCES
having a permanent job with an organization and receiving payment for it every month, rather than every week or every hour:

• 100 salaried employees were dismissed.

• Most people retire from salaried jobs by the time they are 65.

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salaried UK US /ˈsælərid/ adjective
a salaried employee is one who receives a salary, and a salaried job is one for which a salary is paid: »

a salaried employee/worker

salaried staff »

A new grading structure for salaried staff will be introduced next year.


a salaried position/job


The company wouldn't say how many of its workers are salaried.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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