on-costs

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on-costs

[ˈɒnˌkɒsts] NPL (Brit) (Comm) → gastos mpl generales
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Funding from Global's Make Some Noise will enable Stick 'n' Step to support the salary of an Early Years teacher and the associated on-costs for one year.
With pupils numbers and school on-costs going up it's getting harder and harder to provide great education with real-terms budget cuts.
He said: "Organisations are shrinking their permanent staff and outsourcing wherever possible to avoid employee on-costs. And those folks previously employed now do exactly the same work for their previous employers, but without the employee benefits, and no job security."
NHS England said: "This temporary role requires the postholder to pay their national insurance and on-costs.
"This is an all-inclusive figure that offers us value for money as it reflects the going rate for someone of Sarah's seniority and experience and also covers recruitment, advertising and all other on-costs associated with hiring an employee."
However Middlesbrough Council's proposals to spend an additional PS10,000 of public money plus on-costs to provide iPads to all councillors is very much a step too far.
It has been estimated that 20 to 25% of the total costs of a project are associated with allowances for on-costs, profit and risk.
All in all it could only work if the Government were to assist employers, otherwise the cost and the on-costs would cripple companies and without doubt close businesses.
That process - though ostensibly free - has actually cost clients using the hardware tokens many millions of dollars, pounds and euros in the staff costs of handling the re-issue, as well as significant other on-costs. As any CFO will confirm, whilst there are direct and indirect costs in any business activity, both categories involve the expenditure of money.
Mr Simon intends to carry out the chief executive role himself, saving more than pounds 200,000 a year in wages and on-costs.
pbeyerman, AustraliaThe decent thing to do It would be a nice gesture if those who are delaying the publication of fixtures for 2012 were to pay the ensuing on-costs to the Injured Jockeys' Fund.