Traducción de salary en Español:


sueldo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsaləri//ˈsæl(ə)ri/

nombrePlural salaries

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    sueldo masculino
    (review/increase) (before noun) salarial
    salary negotiable remuneración a convenir femenino formal
    • what is her salary? ¿cuánto gana?
    • she earns a good salary gana un buen sueldo
    • salary bracket banda salarial
    • salary earner empleado
    • salary scale escala salarial
    • salary structure estructura salarial
    • The authority had a wide statutory power to pay its employees such salaries and wages as it thought fit.
    • They seem content to let prices climb further out of reach of us mere mortals earning regular salaries.
    • Employers pay their staff their weekly or monthly salaries after deducting the income tax they owe.
    • The salary discrimination permits the superiors to fix the salaries of their employees on an arbitrary basis.
    • For many teachers of state schools, monthly salaries do not cover their daily needs.
    • If you have a personal pension, remember to increase payments as your salary increases.
    • The private sector average wage would be used to set salaries for all public sector employees.
    • They have presided over a vast increase in the number and salaries of public sector employees.
    • He sold his car but on his monthly salary of £80 there was no way he could pay off his debts.
    • Under the law, we can't cut employee salaries as long as we are making a profit.
    • The strikers are demanding the payment of salaries owed to them over the past two months.
    • The salaries of the remaining employees will be cut with the size of the cut depending on the pay grade.
    • The two people will receive their normal monthly salaries as they will be obliged to work at least six hours a day.
    • It employed people on a monthly salary and at its peak there were more than 5,000 on the payroll.
    • The company has decided to freeze the level of pensionable salaries for its 10,000 workers.
    • Reportedly the salary for a new employee is double the minimum wage set by the government.
    • There has already been agreement not to increase salaries for public service employees.
    • Another major concern of the Social Ministry will be the increase of salaries and pensions.
    • Some employees saw increases in their salaries while others had theirs reduced.
    • Unions use collective bargaining to help set wages and salaries and worker benefits.