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Investment climate; society, 1990-2013
Job mobility, social benefits, minimum wage Countries, periods
Social security contributions
The contributions paid by employers to social security. These include imputed and actual social premiums and actual pension premiums.
Compulsory social premiums
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)
Social insurance day
Day for which employees are paid wages, including days on which employees receive benefits due to illness, disability or unemployment.
Social security fraud
Receiving too much in benefits or benefits to which one is not entitled after having provided incorrect or incomplete information or after withholding information that is relevant to the...
Social insurance benefits
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions for unemployment, disability, sickness, old age etc.
Compulsory social contributions
Premiums payable by the employer on the basis of several social insurance laws such as the AOW (pensions), ZFW (health insurance) and WW (unemployment) as well as premium transfers.
Contractual social premiums
The employer’s contribution paid in the framework of insuring pensions for employees and the premiums for additional disablement and unemployment insurance, sick leave benefits and social funds...
Employers' social contributions
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.
Social provisions benefits
Benefits paid to households by central and local government, not financed by premiums.
Imputed social premiums
These include: wage during illness, redundancy pay and contribution to health insurance costs.
Proximity to facilities; distances by car, regional
Distances to and number of facilities: healthcare, retail, leisure, schools and culture per municipality and other regional classifications
Armoede en sociale uitsluiting
Heeft de economische groei ook gezorgd voor een positieve ontwikkeling voor mensen die onder de armoedegrens leven? Peter Hein van Mulligen geeft een toelichting.
Sector social security funds
Sub sector of the institutional sector government. This is the part of government that administers and implements the social insurance benefits. The levels are set by the government. The sub sector...
Social assistance and reintegration
Figures on (characteristics of) recipients of social assistance benefits in your municipality.
Other private social contributions
These are contributions to private social schemes excluding pension schemes. The contributions to these schemes can be derived in the same way as the contributions to pension schemes.
Other private social benefits
These are benefits paid by employers out of special reserves, which are segregated from their other reserves.
Social benefits in cash
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions, financed by premiums (unemployment, disability, sickness, old age).
Profiles inflow Social Domain
This research explored the possibilities of ‘machine learning’ in predicting the inflow into or outflow from the social domain in the municipality of Eindhoven.
Other social insurance costs
This category includes: - contributions to health insurance; - costs of staff relocation and housing; - costs of child care, etc.
Social Insurances Bank (SVB)
Government body responsible for carrying out social security provisions such as the General Old Age Pension Act (AOW), the General Survivors Pension Act (ANW) and the General Child Benefits Act (AKW).