cost-of-living allowance


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Noun1.cost-of-living allowance - an allowance for changes in the consumer price index
allowance, adjustment - an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; "an allowance for profit"
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Bahri, a global leader in transportation and logistics, has announced a new cost-of-living allowance to its staff.
Taking its endeavors to improve employee welfare to a new level, Bahri, a global leader in transportation and logistics, has announced a new cost-of-living allowance to its staff.
Al-Quds said Palestinian teachers in the West Bank continued their open-ended strike for the third day in a row in protest of receiving an unrewarding cost-of-living allowance.
There is no fear of the government's retreating from payment of the cost-of-living allowance.
The decisions, which came into effect at the beginning of this year, involve granting housing ownership to deserving employees in Aqaba based on set criteria; providing each employee with a JD20 cost-of-living allowance starting from January
Freeze cost-of-living allowance increases for employees earning more than $100,000 per year.
They pay full tuition, the purchase of your books and supplies and also pay you a monthly cost-of-living allowance based on the number of credits you take per semester.
The Canadian Paperworkers' Union will also be looking for a cost-of-living allowance (COLA) clause as protection against GST-induced inflation.
Summary: JEDDAH: Foreign workers contracted by various government bodies will by paid the 15 percent cost-of-living allowance on equal footing with their Saudi colleagues, local daily Al-Watan reported Friday, citing the Ministry of Finance.
Cost-of-living allowance (COLA): You should consider having this in the policy; otherwise the payout will stay the same over the life of the policy.