Payment for work done in the past that was withheld at the time, or for work that could have been done had the worker not been prevented from doing so: Hickman should be provided back pay plus any expenses
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- Provinces have subsequently had to calculate which of their social grant beneficiaries were paid too little backpay in the past.
- More than 357000 Eastern Cape pensioners are to benefit from nearly R393 million in backpay to be paid out to them by the provincial Welfare Department starting from June.
- Other senior managers also received about R60 000 in backpay for their car allowances, much to the dismay of ordinary staff members.
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Syllabification: back pay
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