Noun(1) something that remunerates
(1) It employed people on a monthly salary and at its peak there were more than 5,000 on the payroll.(2) a 15 per cent salary increase(3) he received a salary of Ôö¼├║24,000(4) Reportedly the salary for a new employee is double the minimum wage set by the government.(5) a 15 percent salary increase(6) he received a salary of $29,000(7) If you have a personal pension, remember to increase payments as your salary increases.(8) He sold his car but on his monthly salary of Ôö¼├║80 there was no way he could pay off his debts.(9) Employers pay their staff their weekly or monthly salaries after deducting the income tax they owe.(10) Under the law, we can't cut employee salaries as long as we are making a profit.(11) There has already been agreement not to increase salaries for public service employees.(12) Unions use collective bargaining to help set wages and salaries and worker benefits.(13) The private sector average wage would be used to set salaries for all public sector employees.(14) Another major concern of the Social Ministry will be the increase of salaries and pensions.(15) The salary discrimination permits the superiors to fix the salaries of their employees on an arbitrary basis.(16) The strikers are demanding the payment of salaries owed to them over the past two months.
(1) basic salary :: שכר בסיסי
1. pay ::
4. payment ::
5. remuneration ::
7. stipend ::
8. income ::
9. take-home ::
10. emolument ::
Different Formssalaries, salary
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