§ 9.61. Definition of wages.
When used in this subchapter, the term wages means every form of remuneration or compensation for work or labor performed or services rendered and includes, but is not limited to, salary, commissions, drawing account, piece rates, stock option plans, profit sharing plan and bonuses, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
Notes of Decisions
Wage Payment & Collection Law
There is no requirement in the Wage Payment and Collection Law, act of July 14, 1961 (P. L. 637) that the Department of Labor promulgate standards or regulations to aid the Secretary of Labor in exercising the conferred discretionary authority; thus, this law is not unconstitutional because there are no standards contained therein to guide the Departments discretion in determining whether to order the posting of a bond. Gwynedd Development Group, Inc. v. Department of Labor and Industry, 666 A.2d 365 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1995); appeal granted 675 A.2d 1220 (Pa. 1996); appeal dismissed 672 A.2d 1318 (Pa. 1996).
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