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pay packagenoun [C]

uk   us   also remuneration package, salary package
HR, WORKPLACE the salary and other benefits (= advantages) such as health insurance or a car that an employer offers to an employee: The incoming president will receive a $60,000 annual pay package, including housing and vehicle allowance.
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