Gross wages and salariesOther
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...
Income from labourOther
or persons and households this is wage and salary including employee-paid and employer-paid premiums for social insurance, bonuses, save-as-you-earn deductions and remuneration for labour carried out outside...
Salary is wage. Originally salaries were only paid to civil servants, but the distinction between wages and salaries is no longer made.
Employee who is not a civil servant but whose salary is linked to civil servants’ salaries.
Nearly 2 percent fewer employee jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2020Articles
In 2020, the number of salaried jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands fell by almost 2 percent year-on-year.
Employee savings schemeOther
Fiscally attractive legal measure to stimulate saving among employees.
Income from workOther
Wages and salaries of employees plus the attributed pay for self-employed people and family-members working in the family business.
The part of the gross wages deposited in the employee’s account for the save-as-you-earn scheme.
The difference between disposable national income and consumer spending and correction for pension provisions. The saving can be gross (including depreciation) and net (excluding depreciation).
Pension based on last wage earnedOther
Pension where the pension benefits paid are based on the last salary earned before retirement.
A premium from the salary/ benefits paid by the employer or social security institution as a compensation for social security premiums paid by the employees or recipients of benefits.
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Financial balance sheets and transactions by economic sectors Sectors, balance sheets, assets and liabilities
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.
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.
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...
Disposable income (net)Other
Income after deduction of taxes, plus benefits, that is spent on consumption and savings.
Wages and salaries according to National accountsOther
The compensation for the employee who has worked in a given period and which is payable by the employer, including the wage tax and social premiums paid by the employer on behalf of the employee.
Saving (of a sector)Other
The part of the disposable income of a sector that is not used for consumer spending.
Pension and early retirement premiumsOther
Contributions paid by employers to pension and early retirement schemes, savings for retirement provisions, etc.
The regular payment in money that belong to the gross wage applicable for social insurance schemes plus the value of the untaxed vacation certificates and savings schemes, the employee’s contribution to...
Wage before income tax and employee contributions to pension and early retirement schemes, employee savings schemes and social security contribution.
Contract starting on a given date where the accumulated savings are divided among the participants who are still alive at the end of the contact.