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  2. Criticism of Walmart - Wikipedia

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    A lot of retailers, including Walmart, evaluate managers by a ratio of sales to payroll expense. Managers do not have direct control over sales, almost never making decisions on merchandise mix, layout, or pricing. However, they very much have direct control over payroll and when sales numbers drop, such managers are quick to reduce payroll.

  3. Dismissal (employment) - Wikipedia

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    Dismissal (also called firing) is the termination of employment by an employer against the will of the employee.Though such a decision can be made by an employer for a variety of reasons, ranging from an economic downturn to performance-related problems on the part of the employee, being fired has a strong stigma in some cultures.

  4. Taxation in Australia - Wikipedia

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    Payroll taxes in Tasmania. From 1 July 2013: The rate of payroll tax is 6.1%. The annual threshold is $1,250,000. The monthly threshold is: 28 days = $95,890; 30 days = $102,740; 31 days = $106,164; Payroll taxes in Victoria. From 1 July 2014: The rate of payroll tax is 4.85% (2.425% for regional employers) Medicare payments are up to 12%

  5. Bank teller - Wikipedia

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    A bank teller (often abbreviated to simply teller) is an employee of a bank whose responsibilities include the handling of customer cash and negotiable instruments. In some places, this employee is known as a cashier or customer representative. Tellers also deal with routine customer service at a branch.

  6. Tax equalization - Wikipedia

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    However, the company is obliged to pay taxes for its employee. If they are working in a country with lower taxes, the company takes the savings. On the other hand, if they work in a country with higher taxation, the company pays the excess. Either way, the amount received by the employee is same.

  7. Wage - Wikipedia

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    It is an obligation to the employee regardless of the profitability of the company. Payment by wage contrasts with salaried work , in which the employer pays an arranged amount at steady intervals (such as a week or month) regardless of hours worked, with commission which conditions pay on individual performance, and with compensation based on ...

  8. Taxation in Israel - Wikipedia

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    Taxation in Israel include income tax, capital gains tax, value-added tax and land appreciation tax.The primary law on income taxes in Israel is codified in the Income Tax Ordinance.

  9. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 - Wikipedia

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    Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, an employer has to pay each employee the minimum wage, unless the employee is "engaged in an occupation in which the employee customarily and regularly receives more than $30 a month in tips". If the employee's wage does not equal minimum wage, including tips, the employer must make up the difference.