What is the wages paid to an employee?
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Alberta is one of the few provinces that provides no regulations with regards to sick days. An employer in Alberta is not required to provide sick days, and the employee is no…t protected in any manner. A lot of controversy was caused over this during the H1N1 epidemic as health professionals were advising individuals with flu like symptoms to stay home, yet employees had no protection and many continued to work out of fear of reprisal/termination. At the time the AFL was putting a lot of pressure on the labour minister to make changes, and provided draft amendments, however these never made it through and employees in Alberta who are not part of a union continue to be unprotected.
I believe it starts at $7.25 or 7.50 an hour
It would still depend on what your position is on the ship and how you perform your tasks and your job well. normally it would start from 1500$ to 5000$ a month depending on y…our status and the job that you are taking up. But whatever it is, your accommodation will surely be free of charge as the room and meals will be taken cared of by the cruise lines.
Generally yes. The larger the Co the more so.. Within a few days of filing the Court will grant the approval to pay wages and whatever is vital), while the company irderly li…quidates. It is likely they will put a limit (normally very high) on how much can be paid now, and things like expense accounts/reimbursement may not be included. While perhaps not actually legally so, the Courts and most everyone involved in a BK give getting the employees paid the highest of priorities.
15.26-15.65 per hour + time and a half on Sundays $14.50/hr. forthe first six months.
NO first the Government then the banks then everyone else.
A wage is normally stated as a fixed amount of money paid each year to an employee. True, but wage can also be expressed in an hourly wage or monthly wage or weekly wage....
They are accounts payable, much like your electric bill you pay at the end of the month your employees have done all of this work for your that you have yet to pay for; like a…ll the electricity you used in the month.
Yes, however it is a reduced amount of your weekly earning. in California it is 2/3 the amount you would normally recieve on your pay check. the amount is also non taxable.
Why is the hourly cost of a labor for the business higher than the amount stated as wage paid to the employee?
The employers' hourly costs would include a pro rated share of any longer-term benefits paid on the employees' behalf, such as insurance, unpaid leave (which reduces employer …efficiency). It would NOT include taxes deducted from employee paychecks, since those are costs to the employee, not the employer. You could include other employee-related costs, but they are not considered "wages", such as the cost of uniforms, travel on business, etc., but rather "business expenses".
In Income Taxes
None. The employer does not have to pay the half of the Social Security Tax or Medicare Tax that they would if you were an employee. The normally also get out of paying Unempl…oyment Taxes, Retirement Benefits, Medical Insurance, and General Liability and Worker's Compensation Insurance Premiums. The IRS is really cracking down on employers who try to call their employees subcontractors.
That really depends on what state you're in and what your position is. I live in Washington State and I am a Photo Lab Sales Associate (Pay Grade 3), which makes $9.75 per hou…r before taxes. As of January 1, 2014, the Washington State minimum wage is $9.32 per hour. Even the cashiers are on Pay Grade 3, which is above minimum wage.