Retail trade; employment and finance per sector, SIC'93, 2006 - 2008

Retail trade; employment and finance per sector, SIC'93, 2006 - 2008

Sector/branches (SIC'93) Periods Jobs persons employed, annual average Jobs persons employed (x 1 000) Jobs persons employed, annual average Labour volume persons employed (x 1 000) Employees on payroll, annual average Employees on the company payroll (x 1 000) Employees on payroll, annual average Labour volume employees on the payroll (x 1 000) Business returns Total business returns (mln euro) Business returns Business turnover, net (mln euro) Business returns Other business returns (mln euro) Business costs Total business costs (mln euro) Business costs Purchase value of turnover (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Total personnel costs (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Gross wages and salaries (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Employer-paid social insurance premiums (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Pension and early retirement premiums (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Other social insurance costs (mln euro) Business costs Personnel costs Other personnel costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Total other business costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Energy costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Housing costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Equipment and inventory costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Transport costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Sales costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Communication costs (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Services provided by third parties (mln euro) Business costs Other business costs Business costs, not elsewhere classified (mln euro) Business costs Depreciation fixed assets (mln euro) Profit / loss (mln euro) Net financial income (mln euro) Net provisions (mln euro) Net extraordinary income (mln euro) Profit / loss before tax (mln euro)
52 Retail trade 2008 839.4 509.0 702.3 392.1 93,932 93,084 848 88,373 61,778 12,513 9,447 1,340 618 84 1,023 11,992 762 4,647 387 594 2,343 298 975 1,986 2,091 5,559 -348 -8 296 5,500
521 Retail sale, non-specialized stores 2008 296.5 136.8 279.1 123.9 32,593 32,309 283 31,452 23,781 3,916 2,898 418 193 13 394 3,082 250 1,126 137 134 532 49 268 586 673 1,141 -92 -6 23 1,066
522 Retail sale of food 2008 61.3 40.5 44.4 24.6 5,286 5,234 52 4,794 3,510 588 457 72 24 7 28 594 55 201 34 39 100 16 36 114 101 492 -16 5 -5 477
523 Retail sale,pharmaceutical/medical.. 2008 61.2 37.9 57.9 35.4 9,253 9,199 54 8,786 6,249 1,412 1,057 146 88 13 108 860 41 324 18 27 100 21 108 220 264 467 -39 -1 -11 415
524 Retail sale, goods in specialized.. 2008 359.1 246.6 297.4 192.7 41,473 41,129 344 38,601 24,966 6,102 4,674 656 291 47 435 6,580 384 2,848 167 310 1,310 160 468 933 953 2,872 -189 -5 301 2,980
525 Retail sale, second-hand goods/.. 2008 7.9 6.0 4.2 2.9 434 415 19 389 191 85 59 11 4 1 11 100 8 37 4 9 15 4 8 16 13 45 -5 0 -1 39
526 Retail sale not in stores 2008 45.8 34.9 15.6 9.9 4,290 4,205 86 3,878 2,787 321 232 30 14 3 42 696 18 87 22 63 281 45 81 100 73 413 -3 -1 -11 397
527 Repair of personal and household.. 2008 7.5 6.3 3.7 2.8 603 592 11 474 294 87 69 8 4 1 5 79 6 24 5 12 6 3 6 18 14 129 -4 0 1 126
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table shows relevant data for the economic sector 'retail trade',
e.g. the number of persons employed, costs and revenues, turnover and
other financial results. The figures can be divided by a number of
branches according to Statistics Netherlands' Standard Industrial
Classification of all Economic Activities 1993 (SIC'93).

The survey questionnaire was changed slightly in 2007. Up to and including
2006, wage subsidies were counted as (other) business returns. From 2007
onwards these subsidies are deducted from business costs. Because of these
changes, results for 2007 are not fully comparable with results for 2006.
The effect of these changes on business returns and business costs are
small for most of the branches.

Data available from 2006 - 2008.

Status of the figures: All data are definite.

Changes as of 1 September 2011:
This table has been stopped. Two important points in the processing of
the data on 2009 have changed :
- a new version of the Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic
Activities has been implemented (SIC 2008);
- the statistical unit has been changed.
Due to these changes, the figures are no longer comparable to those of the
previous years. Therefore new table has been started from 2009 onwards
(see also heading 3).

Description topics

Jobs persons employed, annual average
A job is a position occupied by an employed person.
Includes all employees on the company payroll minus staff employed
elsewhere on a temporary basis plus personnel hired from other companies,
temps/seconded staff and other employed persons, e.g. participating owners
and partners.
Jobs persons employed
The average number of persons employed in the fiscal or financial year.
Labour volume persons employed
The labour volume of persons employed in the fiscal or financial year, in
terms of full labour years. A labour year is a measure for the labour
volume. A full labour year is calculated by converting all jobs
(full-time and part-time) to FTEs (full-time equivalent). For example,
two jobs
half time (0,5 FTE each), add up to one year of labour volume.
Employees on payroll, annual average
This class includes all employees on the company payroll, even if they are
in fact working outside the company. Participating owners and partners
not on the company payroll are not included.
Temps are employed by the temp agency, not by the company they work for on
a temporary basis.
Employees on the company payroll
The average number of employees on the company payroll in the fiscal or
financial year.
Labour volume employees on the payroll
The labour volume of employees on the payroll in the fiscal or financial
year in terms of full labour years. A labour year is a measure for the
labour volume. A full labour year is calculated by converting all jobs
(full-time and part-time) to FTEs (full-time equivalent). For example,
two jobs
half time (0,5 FTE each), add up to one year of labour volume.
Business returns
Turnover generated under regular operating conditions.
This includes selling of goods and services plus the value of
stock changes, work at hand, activated output for use in the company,
subsidies and damage compensation. Activated production includes fixed
assets manufactured by the company for own use, e.g. machinery and
buildings valued at cost price.
_
Since 2007, wage cost subsidies are no longer included.
Total business returns
Business turnover, net
Business returns, excluding VAT (value added taxes) from the selling of
goods and services to customers.
Turnover is calculated after deduction of discounts, bonuses, returnable
deposits and on-charged freight costs.
_
Customers could be private persons and companies outside (the Dutch part)
of the concern.
Other business returns
This category comprises revenues not included in net turnover, such as:
- financial compensation for personnel working on a temporary basis for
another company;
- changes in stocks of finished products and work at hand;
- activated production includes fixed assets manufactured by the company
for own use, e.g. machinery and buildings valued at cost price (up to
2006; as from 2007 no longer included);
- wage (cost)subsidies and other subsidies and export restitutions;
- revenues from licenses, royalties and copyright;
- damage compensation.
Business costs
All costs made to generate revenues.
Since 2007, wage (cost) subsidies are no longer included in net
business returns. Therefore, wage (cost)subsidies are deducted from
business costs.
Total business costs
Purchase value of turnover
Purchasing costs of raw and auxiliary materials, packing material,
commodities and outsourced activities used for the production of the
commodities and services sold in the year under review.
Personnel costs
This category comprises expenses like:
- gross wages and salaries of employees, including social
security and pension scheme contributions;
- payments for temporary workers and hired personnel;
- costs of schooling and training;
- recruitment and selection costs;
- canteen costs;
- costs for health and safety provisions;
- working clothes;
- anniversary celebrations, etc.
_
In 2006, subsidies were not deducted from personnel costs.
As from 2007 wage (cost) subsidies are deducted from personnel costs.
Total personnel costs
Gross wages and salaries
The category gross wages and salaries refers to employees on the payroll
and includes:
- wages including employees' contributions to social insurances minus sick
pay;
- bonuses, holiday allowances, thirteenth month payments and dismissal
payments;
- allowances for commuter traffic;
- contributions to savings schemes.
Over 2006 wage (cost) subsidies were not deducted from gross wages and
salaries; as from 2007 wage (cost) subsidies are deducted from gross wages
and salaries.
Employer-paid social insurance premiums
The part of social insurance premiums paid by employers.
Pension and early retirement premiums
Contributions paid by employers to pension and early retirement schemes,
savings for retirement provisions, etc.
Other social insurance costs
This category includes:
- contributions to health insurance;
- costs of staff relocation and housing;
- costs of child care, etc.
Other personnel costs
This category includes:
- payments for temporary workers and staff on secondment;
- costs of schooling and training;
- recruitment and selection costs;
- canteen costs;
- costs for health and safety provisions;
- costs for work clothes;
- anniversary celebrations, etc.
Other business costs
This category includes the costs of energy, housing, machinery and
equipment, inventory, etc, transport, sales and promotions, communication,
costs of services provided by third parties and other costs not classified
elsewhere.
Total other business costs
Energy costs
Including energy costs for machinery and equipment, lighting and/or
heating.
Housing costs
Including rent, lease and repair and maintenance of housing and premises,
cleaning services and insurance premiums water consumption, furniture,
etc.
Equipment and inventory costs
Rent and lease of machinery, equipment and computers (excluding software)
and (office) furniture and equipment.
Transport costs
Costs related to means of transport, including:
- rental costs and lease costs;
- repair and maintenance;
- costs of insurances and road tax;
- fuel costs.
Sales costs
Costs of sales and promotion, including advertising, commercial fairs,
representation, goodwill, travel and hotel costs.
Communication costs
Walkie-talkies, (mobile) phones, fax machines, Internet, e-mail, messenger
services, etc.
Services provided by third parties
- banking costs (excluding interest costs and currency losses)
- insurance premiums paid to third parties (not classified elsewhere)
- research and development costs by third parties
- accountancy, legal aid and assistance, etc.
- ICT services provided by third parties, including hardware and software
- separately paid transport costs
- costs of waste disposal and waste processing
Business costs, not elsewhere classified
This category includes costs and payments for activities like
licenses, copyright, royalties, lease and rent of software, overhead
costs and taxes, office supplies, etc.
Depreciation fixed assets
Depreciation of durable means of production, e.g. machinery buildings,
transport equipment, computers and software due to normal usage and
economic obsolescence. Depreciation of intangible assets, e.g. costs of
research and development, acquisition of intellectual rights and goodwill.
Profit / loss
Net operating result.
Gross operating result minus operating costs.
Net financial income
Total revenues and profits minus costs and losses of:
- interest;
- participations;
- dividends;
- loans;
- investments;
- other financial items.
Net provisions
The additions to provisions minus released provisions such as run-up and
reconstitution funds, maintenance reserves, guarantee provisions, etc.
Net extraordinary income
Revenues minus costs not related to normal operational management, such
as costs resulting from reorganisations, book profits and losses from the
sale of a company or other assets, including
tangible and intangible fixed assets. Depreciation of questionable
debtors also is included in this item.
Profit / loss before tax
The sum of the operating and financial results.