basic wage


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basic wage

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person's wage excluding overtime, bonuses, etc
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Austral the statutory minimum wage for any worker
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Gunners midfielder Wilshere, 26, (below) understood to be close to agreement offered PS90,000 a week, which is a pay-his basic wage, but includes big incentives.
We would like to reaffirm that the basic minimum wage rate at the SGR sub-section offices is higher than that set under the Regulation of Wages (General) (Amendment) Order, 2017 that was effected after the 18 per cent increase in minimum basic wage," read part of a statement to newsrooms.
For the nonagricultural sector, the P512 daily minimum pay includes the P502 basic wage and the P10 cost of living allowance.
Experts say that the objective is to raise the basic wage being a product of the minimum wage and the complexity coefficient which depends on the education and skills.
Matt1980 BEFORE long there'll be driverless trains then these train drivers will be out of a job which pays a basic wage of 40+thousand a year, and they won't have their extortionate overtime payments.
If giving leave-in-lieu is not possible, then workers should get 150 per cent of their basic wage according to the days they worked.
He says that his basic wage is PS6 8s but does not mention the total, including bonuses which may amount to a fair sum.
Villas-Boas will earn a basic wage of PS7million per season as part of his two-year deal plus bonuses.
A contradiction in terms because tipping will encourage good service and motivate those on a low basic wage, and to tell me not to tip ensures I will as indeed I always do at the petrol pump.
In our employment contract, basic wage is specified and also total wage.
Citizens who earn RO 300 - 400 as a basic wage stood at 25,234 compared to 25,004 citizens, a 0.
The central topic of the book is the development of the basic wage.