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payroll

a list of employees, their salary rates, tax deductions, amounts paid, payroll tax, long service leave entitlements.
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The pay roll has increased 100% in 6 years, from 2010 to 2016, while GDP grew by only 55%, which is a big structural problem in terms of adjustment policy, Taoufik Rajhi, Minister Adviser in charge of the Presidency of the Council of Economic Analysis and monitoring of major reforms, said at a meeting held last week-end in Gammarth on "the draft finance law 2017.
Real want to send German midfielder Ozil out on a season-long loan to get his wages off their pay roll.
Senior MPs have raised concerns that the BBC employs up to 25,000 people a year who are not on their pay roll and so must must make their own tax and national insurance payments.
The non-farm pay roll data is the biggest factor going forward but people are also looking at copper supply disruptions at Escondida (Chile) and are trying to understand how much copper cathodes China will export," said Credit Suisse analyst Ivan Szpakowski.
But the President also said he would cut employers' pay roll taxes and promote jobs for young people and give a boost to construction to help the troubled housing sector.
About 13,000 employees and retirees are on the government's pay roll.
The amount available through grant aid was increased by pounds 12,000 by the sale of the "Lego Men" sculptures and the decision to allocate money saved from the council pay roll as a result of last month's national industrial action.
But when a player so outrageously refuses to turn out while he's still on the pay roll, he has to be sent packing - however much he wants to go in the first place.
Its last year's turnover totaled EUR 500 M, while its pay roll includes 3500.
We obtained a rise of 15% in the basic pay scale, and re-evaluation of some key jobs making up three percent of the total pay roll, and we signed a company agreement with the management," Smain Kouadria said.
Only 34 per cent are using salary sacrifice arrangements to reduce pay roll costs and only 53 per cent are taking advantage of flexible workforce arrangements according to Pricewaterhouse- Coopers.
Criminals supplied alcoholic drinks and became exceedingly wealthy, with police, lawyers, judges and politicians on their pay roll.