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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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Basic wages represent a relatively small portion of total payments with the rest filled in with various benefits, such as bonuses, merit pay, and overtime, non-duty, family and transportation allowances.
Under the social security scheme run by the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), the employees contribute 12 percent of their basic wages which goes into their EPF account.
Although most of their key players have signed new contracts, none is paid more than Harry Kane and France captain Hugo Lloris, but their basic wages are less than PS100,000 a week.
The police officers insist for an increase in their basic wages and a new law for the Interior Ministry.
Workers play a significant role in pushing for the rights to humane conditions at work, basic wages and organized acts including collective bargaining and unionism.
5 per cent of basic wages of workers as premium for the insurance scheme for their workers.
They appreciated the allocation of Rs 102 billion for Benazir Income Support Programme and increase in basic wages from Rs 12,000 to Rs 13,000 per month.
The National Assembly of Armenia studies a bill providing for an increase in the basic wages to at least 80% but below 120%
On the other hand I would have thought the council would have been banging the drum if they had seen basic wages in the area rising above the national average.
Basic wages, however, fell for the 14th consecutive month, dropping 0.
The monthly statistics released by the National Centre of Statistics and Information (NCSI) said that the insured at PASI whose basic wages ranging from RO 200 to 300 stood at 116,063 in July 2013 compared to 116,604 male and female citizens in June, a decline by 0.
The interim cabinet, headed by Prime Minister Hazem El Beblawi, said in an official statement that the 10% raise is part of a new law that has been enforced since 30 June on all basic wages of governmental employees.