Contractual wage costsOther
The collective labour agreement wage rate including special payments plus the legally and contractually required employee contributions for pensions, early retirement, unemployment, labour disability and...
Labour costs (in the labour cost survey)Other
All costs connected with employing workers. These include compensation of employees, training costs and a number of other costs. The compensation of employees consists of two components: wages and social...
Labour costs (in the production statistics)Other
In the production statistics by Statistics Netherlands the labour costs are the gross wages and salaries of employees and the social contributions payable by the employers.
The employer's cost directly related to employing individuals in the production process. These consist of two main components: wages and salaries paid, and the employer's share in social contributions.
Employers' social contributionsOther
The premiums paid by employers to social security on the gross wages. These include imputed and actual social premiums and actual pension premiums, and payments made directly by the employer.
Degree of occupational disabilityOther
The percentage determined by the UWV (social security agency) indicating to what extent someone is unable to earn the same as a comparable healthy person. The UVW determines the percentage on the basis...
Social assistance benefits in cashOther
Income transfers by government or non-profit institutions to households on the basis of social security legislation. These are not financed by specific premiums but by general tax revenues.
Social assistance benefits in kindOther
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are financed by general taxes, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers (e.g. individual rent...
This includes: - Collectively labour agreements (CAO in Dutch) Wages and other working conditions laid down by the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment; - Wages and other working conditions laid down...
Services that are not primarily engaged in profit making. SIC sections O-U. These include: public administration and defence; compulsory social security; education; health and social work; other community,...
Net labour participation rateOther
The percentage of the employed labour force in the population (labour force and not in the labour force).
Social insurance benefitsOther
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions for unemployment, disability, sickness, old age etc.
Social protection expenditure; functions, in kind or cash, means-testFigures
Social protection expenditure, ESSPROS Functions, support in cash or in kind, means-testing
Labour participation; young peopleFigures
Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Young people (15-24 years), sex, in education or not
Private social security benefits of old- age pension insurance, life insurance or insurance against disability taken out by employers for their employees at pension funds and life insurance companies.
Gross labour participation rateOther
The percentage of the (employed and unemployed) labour force in the population (labour force and not in the labour force).
Social benefits that are not insurance based as there are no premiums to be paid. The provision is financed directly from public funds.
Compulsory social premiumsOther
Premiums employers and employees have to pay on the basis of several social insurance laws such as the AOW (pensions) , ZFW (health insurance) and WW (unemployment)
Dependent labour forceOther
The section of the labour force pertaining to people working in paid employment.
Labour price index; index figures 2015=100; National AccountsFigures
Labour price index; wage costs per hour worked Branches SIC 2008
The unemployed labour force as a percentage of the (employed and unemployed) labour force.