A compensation given to a hired person for services; price paid for labor; recompense; hire. See Wage, n., 2.
The share of the annual product or national dividend which goes as a reward to labor, as distinct from the remuneration received by capital in its various forms. This economic or technical sense of the word wages is broader than the current sense, and includes not only amounts actually paid to laborers, but the remuneration obtained by those who sell the products of their own work, and the wages of superintendence or management, which are earned by skill in directing the work of others.
All remuneration for service from whatever source, including commission, bonuses, cash value of all remuneration other than cash, gratuities, and back pay awards.
Compensation for work. see also COLA, earned income, escalation clause, garnishing, indexing, payroll, personal income, real income.
Total compensation paid for services whether in the form of wages, salaries, commissions, or bonuses, including the cash value of remuneration paid in a medium other than cash.
Compensation based on hours worked.
Money paid to employees in exchange for their labourâ€¢ Employment
A payment, usually of money, for labor or services performed.
a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward"
Compensation received by employees for services performed. Usually, wages are computed by multiplying an hourly pay rate by the number of hours worked.
includes: salaries, commissions or money, paid or payable by an employer to an employee for work, money that is paid or payable by an employer as an incentive and relates to hours of work, production or efficiency, money, including the amount of any liability under Section 63, required to be paid by an employer to an employee under this Act, money required to be paid in accordance with a determination or an order of the Tribunal, and in Parts 10 and 11, money required under a contract of employment to be paid, for an employee's benefit, to a fund, insurer or other person, but does not include: gratuities, money that is paid at the discretion of the employer and is not related to hours of work, production or efficiency, allowances or expenses, and penalties.
The first $8,500 in compensation and remuneration paid to an employee each year.
The payment for work or services to workers - the money people are paid at their jobs.
Every form of remuneration for personal services paid or payable to a person directly or indirectly by his employing unit, including salaries, commissions, bonuses and the reasonable value of board, rent, housing, lodging, payments in kind and other similar advantages.
Payment by an employer to a worker for services performed on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis or according to a specified piecework rate. Like a salary, wages are subject to state and federal income tax and Social Security tax withholding.
An amount paid to workers, generally on an hourly basis. Wages are a worker's income (Salary is priced on an annual basis).
Payment for services which are usually made on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis.
Beginning January 1997, information is collected by the Labour Force Survey on the usual wage or salary of employees at their main job. Respondents are asked to report their wage/salary before taxes and other deductions, and include tips, commissions and bonuses. Weekly and hourly wages/salary are calculated in conjunction with usual paid work hours per week.
Payments made to the employees of a business for their work on behalf of the business. These are classed as expense items and must not be confused with 'drawings' taken by sole-proprietors and partnerships (see Drawings ). [Go to source
a form of pay given to employees in exchange for the work they have done waiver of premium: a provision of an insurance policy that suspends payment of premiums, for example, if the insured suffers disabling injury
The money rate at which employment with an employer is recompensed under the contract of hiring with the employer and shall include the reasonable value of board, rent, housing, lodging or similar advantage received under the contract of hiring. (WC law Â§ 2, Sub. 9, Â§ 201, Sub. 12)
The payment resource earners receive for their labor.
Compensation paid to employees on an hourly or piece basis. (Object 01 expenses.)
Fixed, regular payment for work, which is paid on a daily or weekly basis by an employer to an employee.(see also: Salary)
A form of compensation given to an employed person by an employer for services rendered.
All payment for services performed for an employer. Wages do not have to be cash. The cash value of all compensation paid to an employee in any form other than cash is also considered wages (unless the form of payment is specifically not covered under the Social Security Act).
Payments of money for labor or services according to contract and on an hourly, daily or piecework basis.
The amount of money that a company pays its employees.