* Average salary over an employee's career: if an employee reaches his/her peak position within, say, four years, and for the next 36 years receives only a cost-of-living increase
, will the group pay literally a career average?
The inflation-busting rise came just weeks after 14,000 RCT council staff staged a one-day strike to demand a cost-of-living increase
This bill provides a cost-of-living increase
, to begin on December 1, 2001, that the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs estimates at 2.7%.
But staff members have been told there will be no across-the-board cost-of-living increase
for the fourth year running.
For the last ten years, she has had a 7.5 per cent cost-of-living increase
while other workers have had to make do with rises of three per cent or less.
Annual ASAE dues will increase by $35 (to $220 for staff, $250 for CEOs, and $350 for associate members) to enable access to all sections and to reflect a cost-of-living increase
. The dues increase is the first in four years.
Louis Gerstner, CEO of IBM, enjoyed a rather nice cost-of-living increase
, from $15.6 million in 1995 to $20.2 mil last year, a 29.4 percent raise.
Employees with base salaries below the competitive external market are eligible to receive a raise, depending on their job performance and the cost-of-living increase
, and a possible variable pay award based on their individual performance and the company's or department's performance.
The union's initial proposal May 25 sought a 5.75 percent cost-of-living increase
over two years, which would cost the district slightly more than $6 million over the two years.
Shane Broadway had authored a bill including a cost-of-living increase
for the schools, and he assured some concerned educators it would be there.
There's an annual cost-of-living increase
built in to help you keep up with inflation - except for 1995.
Inevitably, the annual cost-of-living increase
became an intrinsic part of that expectation.