wage differential


Also found in: Financial.

wage differential

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the difference in wages between workers with different skills in the same industry or between those with comparable skills in different industries or localities
Translations

wage differential

ndifferenziali mpl salariali
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
It will also assess whether a wage differential for hospitality industry workers who serve alcohol could lead to higher net incomes.
In palay farms, the wage rates of male and female laborers corresponded to P309.83 and P277.44, posting the biggest wage differential of P 32.39 per day.
Mimaropa recorded a wide male-female wage differential at P64.35 per day, with male farmworkers receiving P307.25.
The growing minimum wage differential between Oregon, Washington and Idaho hasn't led to sharp changes in business on the border.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently ruled that employers cannot justify a wage differential between men and women by relying on prior salary as an excuse for why women are paid less than men.
Sadly though this would only return us to something like the wage differential (when compared to other jobs locally) as 10 years ago and so still not yet be a "Rise" in real terms.
Since [P.sub.k] is the proportion of workers in occupation k, the overall mean wage differential between individuals belonging to groups n [member of] N and m [member of] M can be calculated from Eqs.
Kandil (2009) supports the glass-ceiling hypothesis by showing that both the gender wage differential and the discrimination factor escalate towards the top quantile of the wage distribution.
Reductions in the gender experience gap assist in explaining the comparable decrease in the gender wage differential. Established gender roles and women's more significant accountability for nonmarket performance (Howe, 2015; Nicolaescu, 2015) may adversely influence their labor market outcomes apart from their effect of labor force attachment.
The true test, however, will be where follow-on wage demands arise from those who are already above the minimum wage, but want to maintain a wage differential relative to their lower paid colleagues.
When I instead use the values the Census Bureau imputes for top-coded earnings, a substantial gap persists between the intersec-tor wage differential based on the log-linearized model (13.2%) and the one based on the Poisson QMLE (4.0%).
'We can clearly see the UK will be a magnet for those who want to work because of the wage differential.'