wages bill

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wages bill

n (Brit) → Lohnkosten pl
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The IMF is of the view that regardless of whether the immediate goal is to contain the growth of the wages bill or to create the fiscal space to accommodate a large one, an important challenge is to attract the necessary staff to ensure that public services are provided in an efficient manner.
REGARDING the table published in the Evening Chronicle of football clubs in the North and their annual wages bill.
The wages bill would not be opposed by the Shura Council", he added.
The Trust is seeking to reduce its wages bill through different ways of working, better integrated service provision, revising local agreements around pay enhancements, reducing agency spend and scrutinising workforce plans so that they remain aligned to the delivery of high-quality healthcare.
THE wages bill at some Government offices - including the Taoiseach's department - WILL rise this year, the Irish Daily Mirror can reveal.
Naturally, the Deloitte's Review concentrates on the financial fortunes of the English Premier League, where the wages bill continues to be very high and is causing concern in football and government circles.
5 per cent of the wages bill - but that may help to offset the increasing number of days lost to absenteeism.
The Deloitte report states: 'Chelsea had a total wages bill of pounds 115m, pounds 38m higher than the second-placed club, Manchester United, and almost certainly the highest football club wages bill in the whole world
The report states: 'Chelsea had a total wages bill of pounds 115 million, pounds 38 million higher than the second-placed club, Manchester United, and almost certainly the highest football club wages bill in the world.
The authority's accounts show the wages bill spiralled as staff earning above pounds 40,000 went up to more than 300.
Money is the lifeblood of the Scottish game but there has to be concern about the continued health of its clubs if they cannot stem the wages bill.
ISME chief Mark Fielding said the figures confirm many Irish companies have had little option but to reduce their wages bills.