pay increase

Translations

pay increase

n (for individual) → aumento di stipendio; (for group of workers) → aumento salariale
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Department heads have not received a pay increase since September 2006, in part because Clayton R.
A nurse who says she has started cycling to work because she can no longer afford public transport spoke out yesterday about the "derisory" pay increase she has been offered.
All the staff have been given a pay increase this last month.
Sir, - Much talk has been made concerning how unrealistic the firefighters' claim for a 40 per cent pay increase is at a time when many highly experienced crew members and emergency control staff earn rather less than the national average wage.
The same companies offered an average pay increase of 1.
Take the recent issue of a pay increase for federal employees.
The contract also provides for a pay increase totaling 10.
Registered nurses and health promoters will get a two per cent pay increase from August 1, this year, and a further two per cent increase on August 1, 2016.
The present Government has stated that these public sector workers can't have a 1% pay increase after what all working class folk have been through.
The pay increase is effective from January 1st, 2013 and will see an upgrade of salaries for established officers to a minimum of $10,000 per annum which will henceforth be the starting salary for entry level officers.