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Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
Wage, importance and Fair Wages
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  • 1. Wage, Importance andFair Wages
  • 2. What is a Wage?A wage is remuneration paid by an employer to an employee.It may be calculated as a fixed task based amount, or at anhourly rate, or based on an easily measured quantity of workdone. It is contrasted with salaried work, which is based on afixed time period.
  • 3. Importance of Wage One of the most important aspects of a job for most workers is the wage it pays. Wages allow workers to make a living from their labor. also provide incentives to be productive and loyal to an employer In a broader sense, the wages workers earn fuel of the economy.
  • 4. Importance of Wage • Income • Retention • Spending Power • Taxes
  • 5. Types of Wages The main types of wages are: 1. Subsistence wage 2. Minimum wage 3. Fair Wage 4. Living Wage
  • 6. Subsistence WageMinimum Wage
  • 7. Fair WageLiving Wage
  • 8. How to Calculate Wages Know how the wage is calculated A persons weekly wage is equal to the number hours worked multiplied by the hourly rate. $6.00 x 20 hours = $120.00
  • 9. How to Calculate Wages Estimate a persons annual wages by multiplying the number of hours worked in a week by 50 weeks It is easier and usually more accurate to use 50 weeks instead of 52 weeks. This will account for any unpaid vacations and absences. A person who regularly works 40 hours a week works 2,000 hours in a year. Hours x 50 weeks = 2,000 hours
  • 10. How to Calculate Wages  To estimate annual wages, use the hours worked in a year and multiply that by the hourly rate: It’s the last step to finish wages calculation. : 2,000 x $6.00 = $12,000.00
  • 11. Fair Wage Fair wages refer to: - Wage levels and wage-fixing mechanisms that provide a living wage floor for workers, while complying with national wage regulationsThe 12 Fair Wage Dimensions 1. Payment of wages 8. Wage discrimination and wage 2. Living wage disparity 3. Minimum wage 9. Real wages 4. Prevailing wage 10. Wage share 5. Payment of working hours 11. Wage costs 6. Pay systems 12. Work intensity, technology and 7. Communication and social dialogue up-skilling
  • 12. ANY QUESTION...???
  • 13. Thank You

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