benefitnoun

  • ja手当て、給付金、恩恵
  • ena payment, gift, assistance, advantage, help, or improvement that you acquire or receive from someone or something, like in a job, activity, etc.

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You'll be able to find a sport that fits your individual needs.
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And if you do, there are so many benefits.
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You'll be a part of a supportive community, you'll be building your confidence,
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you'll be exercising your body, and you'll be nurturing your mind.
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If you have a company that's giving you a dollar for a dollar, you have to do that.
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That is like free money coming out of a helicopter to you, and you have to do it.
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That's one of the benefits of being employed,
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particularly if the employer wants to help you build your nest egg.
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What is the benefit of being really, really smart?
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Oh, well, 1 thing that I really like is that I can prove my parents wrong.
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According to the Trader Joe's podcast,
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crew members get raises twice a year.
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Perks can also include health insurance and retirement benefits.
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What does it really pay?
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It pays 550 an hour, plus benefits.
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And the benefits meaning?
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You get a ride to and from school if you need it.
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The key to success ultimately is the happiness of your employees.
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You treat your employees well by giving them good compensation.
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You treat them well by making sure they have retirement benefits and insurance.
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You treat them well by sharing your vision with them.
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You're always the loser!
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There's a benefit to losing.
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You get to learn from your mistakes.
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Well, we went out to all of our employees and we did a comprehensive survey
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and asked them specifically, "What is the number 1 benefit that you like from Starbucks?"
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And the number 1 thing, which by a factor of many, many, was access to college education.
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Actually, Edmund, I just got offered a really cool job in tech.
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Really cool, solid pay, good benefits.

Other meanings for benefit...

benefitverb

  • ja〈ものが〉〈…の〉ためになる,役立つ
  • ento be useful or helpful to someone or something
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Look at your wives.
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They are wasting their talents in the back!
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Help me give them opportunities that will benefit your whole family.
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What celebrities besides yourself would benefit from using this?
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All the Chrises use it.
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Robert Downey uses it a lot.
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Do you know the story of Susan Rawlings?
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Real estate attorney from Hamilton?
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That's right.
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We had a mutually beneficial relationship,
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until she figured out a way to bend the law to benefit her business more than my business.
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This benefits me how?
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It's not for you. It's for the label.
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And I've realized that if you're not busy being born, you're busy dying.
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And I, for one, think that we could both benefit from being born... again.
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I have a lot of debt right now, and I have 3 little kids.
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And it's just been extremely hard.
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And so we would definitely use the money,
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- and it would definitely benefit our family. - Okay.
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And then bananas for potassium
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'cause I assume that dogs could benefit from potassium just like humans.
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Littlefinger is basically the anti-Jon Snow.
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His sole purpose in life is to serve himself...
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What's in it for me?
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...to get power and status or anything else that could possibly benefit him.