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 It is all the payments the worker

receives either in cash or in kind in


exchange for his/her work (Art.26.1ET).
 TYPES
 In cash: money, checks, direct deposits,
bank transfers.

 In kind: free rent, a company car, a


company mobile phone, etc…
 BASE SALARY the payment that is fixed per unit of time
of work (per hour, per day, per month).
 COMPLEMENTARY WAGES: they are established in the
collective agreement of each economic sector. For
example: Length of service, commissions, share in
company profits, qualifications, shifts, Extra payment,
night work etc….
 NON WAGE COMPLEMENTS: they are amount of money
the worker receives to cover certain costs (expenses)
that are consequence of the work activity itself.
 IS there any Examples you can think of?
 THE STRUCTURE OF THE WAGES IS DETERMINED
EITHER IN COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT OR IN THE LABOUR
CONTRACT.
 Do you remember what a collective agreement
is?
 The employee will receive his/her wage on the date
and in the place agreed.
 The worker will receive a payslip (a receipt of the
payments owned by the employer) and he/she will
have to sign it.
 The employee has the right to be paid every
period agreed (monthly, weekly, daily)
 The worker has the right to receive payments in
advance for the days already worked.
 The employer is responsible for deducting from
the worker’s salary the amount corresponding to
National Insurance and taxes.
 Do you think a company can pay as little
as they wish for any job?
 Have you ever heard of the minimum
wage? How much is it? Find out using
internet.
 Nobody can earn less than this amount
of money when they are working 40
hours a week. The government
establishes this amount every year.
1.Clasify each of the following concepts in one of the categories of the salary structure: 10 marks

 The payment of the rent for the company


 - An incentive for production
 - A company cell phone
 - A company laptop
 - Some shares in companies
 - Working in shift
 - Night work
 - Travel pay
 - Hazard pay
 - Food pay
 - Accommodation pay

2. Role play: ( in pairs) 30 marks


on student will play the manager and the other, a worker who is not happy with his salary
(amount, pay period ,concepts, or any other aspect)
prepare a brief script using the theory and appropriate vocabulary from the unit.( minimum 200 words)
You will perform in the classroom and hand it in writing for assessment.
3. Complete the following sentences: search on a online dictionary
for the terms “gross and net salary” 10 marks

 The salary of a worker usually includes the base salary, the


_______________ __________ and the non complementary salary.
 A worker can be paid in_____________ or in ____________________.
 The employee should receive a_______________ , that is a receipt
of the payments owned by the employer.
 The minimum amount that a worker can earn for a regular
_____hours a week shift, is called________________ _______.

 The Gross Salary is


 The Net Salary is
 The worker has to (agree/sign)__________________the contract
and afterwards he will receive a copy.
 Bank transfers  Gross salary/pay
 Cash  Income
 Checks
 Commissions
 National Insurance
 Company shares  Net salary/pay
 Direct deposits  Payslip
 Earn  Salary in kind
 Employee
 Shift
 Employer
 Expenses  Taxes
 Wage