Extra benefits, available to some or all employees, on top of salary e.g. staff restaurant, pension scheme. Also termed ‘Perks', which is a shortened form of perquisite.
are benefits received by employees from their employer in place of salary or wages such as the use of a car for private purposes.
Non-cash payments to workers including vacation time, health plans, sick time, holidays, and pension plans.
Non- salary employee compensation.
Vacations, holidays, insurance, medical benefits, pensions and other economic benefits that are provided to employees under the union contract; these are in addition to direct wages.
These are benefits in addition to your direct compensation, which is usually provided by the employer. These benefits usually consist of the following: medical, dental, life insurance, 401K, retirement, vacation and bonuses. To the top
Refers generally to benefits, formal or informal, other than salary or wages, provided for employees by employers. (See also: employee benefit programs.)
Cash contributions in the form of supplementary or deferred compensation other than salary. Excludes the employee's contribution. Employee fringe benefits include retirement plans, social security taxes, medical/dental plans, guaranteed disability income protection plans, tuition plans, housing plans, unemployment compensation plans, group life insurance plans, worker's compensation plans, and other benefits in-kind with cash options.
See Employee Benefit Program.
Non-cash benefits (such as group health insurance, term life insurance, and disability insurance) made available to employees in addition to salary, but are generally not taxable to the employee.
Benefits provided to you by an employer in addition to your salary.
Personal compensation for work done, usually given in the form of insurance, paid leave, housing, transport or some other perquisite.
Non-cash benefit, often including health insurance, provided to a worker by an employer.
Include expenditures and contributions made by the university on behalf of the employees.
Benefits to an employee paid for by the county. Examples are(1) group health, dental, life insurance; (2) contributions to employee retirement; (3) workers compensation payments; (4) unemployment insurance payments.
are composite rates negotiated by University of Missouri system. They may be escalated every fiscal year. The rates consist of benefits ( e.g., health & life insurances, social security, vacation) for all employee levels (instructors, support staff, etc.).
Non-cash benefits received by an employee. Tax rules specify whether various types of fringe benefits are taxable to the employee or covered by an exclusion.
See Employee Related Expenses
Benefits that are paid in addition to salary, i.e. life & health insurance, retirement, unemployment compensation. Benefit costs may change annually. Contact Contracts and Grants Office for the latest benefits percentages.
Compensation for employment other than wages or salary, including, for example, annual and sick leave, medical insurance, life insurance, retirement benefits, profit sharing, bonus plans, etc.
employee benefits beyond wages and salary, including health insurance, sick leave, and benefits
benefits such as life and health insurance, retirement, unemployment compensation and workers compensation that are paid in addition to salary.
Compensation or other benefits received by an employee that are not in the form of cash. Some fringe benefits (for example, accident and health plans, and group-term life insurance) may be excluded from the employee's gross income and, therefore, are not subject to federal income tax.
Non-cash remuneration paid by an employer to an employee. Fringe benefits may include things like motor vehicles, discounted loans, company shares or health insurance. Fringe benefits may be subject to Fringe Benefits Tax, at a rate of 48.5%. The gross taxable value of fringe benefits, known as 'reportable fringe benefits', is required to be reported on annual payment summaries each year.
Noncash compensation or other benefits you receive from your employer.
These include retirement/pension, health, life and disability insurance, worker's compensation, vacation, administrative, medical, and special leave of absence time.
"Optional" personnel costs above salary, e.g. health insurance retirement
Amounts paid by the employer on behalf of employees, something in addition to regular pay.
employee benefits paid by the employer (e.g., FICA; retirement; health, life, and other types of insurance; worker's comp; etc.). SIUC pays fringe benefits for faculty, A/P staff, and civil service staff who are employed at 50% time or more for a period of at least eight months. Fringe benefits are also provided to postdoctoral fellows. Graduate assistants and student workers are not provided fringe benefits. Fringe benefits constitute part of the direct costs of a sponsored project.
Employee benefits paid by the employer. (e.g., FICA, Worker's Compensation, Withholding Tax, Insurance, etc.)
The fringe benefit expenditures included in the budget are the County's share of the costs above base salary for employees, due to additional benefits provided or federally mandated costs. Major fringe benefits provided by Arlington County include: retirement, FICA, health insurance, life insurance, parking allowances and transit subsidies. The amount of the fringe benefit is based on a percentage of an employee's salary or a set amount. Other County benefits include tuition reimbursement, unemployment and worker's compensation, and disability insurance. Fringe benefits costs are borne by the County and the employee in most cases.
Compensation for employees that is in addition to salaries and wages. Examples include paid absences (vacation, sick, holiday), insurances (health, dental, vision, life), pensions, profit sharing contributions, employer matching of social security and medicare taxes, unemployment taxes, worker compensation insurance, continuing education costs, etc. Generally, the cost of fringe benefits should be expensed when they are earned by the employee, not in the period in which they are paid. To Top
Compensation provided to employees in addition to cash wages and salary.
Benefits above and beyond salary such as; hospitalization insurance, pension plan, moving expenses.
Those costs associated with employing staff that are not part of salary. Fringe benefits include such costs as health insurance, retirement benefits, vacation, and federal withholdings.
benefits provided in addition to salary paid wholly or in part by the employer, such as medical, dental, and or disability insurance, vacation, paid sick leave, 401k matching, pension, etc.
Benefits to City employees, in addition to salaries, paid by the City. These benefits include social security, pensions, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, life and health insurance.
amount paid by the employer for employee benefits such as retirement, health insurance, unemployment insurance, etc.; salary plus fringe benefits equals the total personnel costs. CVESD's fringe benefits change yearly; contact the Budget Office for current percentage.
Fringe benefits are employer's costs for social security tax, unemployment tax, workmen's compensation insurance, state disability insurance pension plans, stock purchase plans, union-negotiated benefits, life insurance premiums, and insurance premiums on hospital and medical plans for employees.
Fringe benefits are the costs of keeping employees other than salary. These include health and life insurance, administrative costs, and retirement plan contributions. Fringe benefit rates are calculated using fixed percentages that vary depending on the employee's classification and often change from year to year.
Compensation that a worker receives excluding direct money payments for time worked, such as insurance, retirement benefits, vacation time, maternity and sick leave, etc.
Benefits to employees additional to salary. Typical examples would be company cars, expense accounts and private medical insurance.
Benefits offered an employee at his place of work by his employer, covering such contingencies as medical expenses, disability, retirement, and death, usually paid for wholly or in part by the employer. These benefits are usually insured. (LI,H)
Opportunities and services offered beyond wages or salary. They are not generally taxable to the employee, but may have tax benefits to the employer. The employer contribution may be full payment, partial, or merely providing the opportunity for employee involvement. Some common fringe benefits may include paid holidays, sick days, paid vacation days, insurance coverage, retirement plans. Other less common benefits are company car, expense account, or stock options. Fringe benefits are important in attracting and retaining key employees.
Costs paid by the employer for the employee, such as insurance, workman's compensation, etc.
Benefits paid for by an employer for an employee in addition to basic wages; includes such benefits as vacations, sick time, health care, retirement, and disability insurance.