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Fundraiser salary is made up of: fix salary and efficiency bonuses. 1 campaign manager 400 valid contracts signed The number of fundraisers in the team and the number of valid contracts are just an example, for the evaluation of the current financial offer. (...) Employees Net salary RON All salary costs RON: final cost, includes all taxes to be paid by both employer and employee Fundraiser fix salary / month (part time job) -RON -RON Campaign manager salary / month (full time job) -RON -RON Total amount salary costs fundraiser and campaign manager -RON -RON Efficiency bonuses/valid contract Bonus amount RON / per 1 valid contract Number of valid contracts Total bonus RON Valid contract, RON 20 or RON 25 monthly donation, 26-34 donor age group -RON 20 -RON Salary costs Efficiency bonuses - calculated for a total of 400 valid contracts signed Valid contract, RON 20 or RON 25 monthly donation, 35+ donor age group -RON 30 -RON Valid contract, RON 30 or RON 35 monthly donation, 26-34 donor age group -RON 40 -RON Valid contract, RON 30 or RON 35 monthly donation, 35+ donor age group -RON 50 -RON Valid contract, RON 40 or RON 45 monthly donation, 26-34 donor age group -RON 70 -RON Valid contract, RON 40 or RON 45 monthly donation, 35+ donor age group -RON 80 -RON Valid contract, RON 50+ monthly donation, 26-34 donor age group -RON 50 -RON Valid contract, RON 50+ monthly donation, 35+ donor age group -RON 60 -RON 400 -RON TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE INVOICED Total salary costs for the team of 10 fundraisers -RON Total salary costs 1 campaign manager -RON Total efficiency bonuses for 400 valid contracts signed -RON Agency fee -RON Total costs without VAT -RON VAT -RON Total amount invoiced -RON Agency fee - should include campaign management and any other related costs, reporting, evaluation, program optimization etc. Per cent 0% Total amount efficiency bonuses ANNEX E - Financial Offer Templ
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Score: 1377866.6 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...nancial%20Offer%20Template.pdf
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Compendium Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Search   Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives Green Bonuses Description: "The City of Brussels gives bonuses to its inhabitants to encourage them in their efforts to ensure a better management of household waste, for greening their neighborhood or controlling their energy and water consumption. Nine bonuses are available now. In the context of its Climate Plan, the City also grants private individuals and companies bonuses for greening roofs, installing solar boilers, making permeable soils, collecting rainwater or allowing it to infiltrate into the soil. These premiums are only granted for properties located on the territory of the City of Brussels (postal codes 1000, 1020, 1120, 1130). These environmental bonuses will be granted within the limits of the available annual budget.
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Score: 1334467.2 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/583
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Since the main aim of the new system of statistics is to produce monthly indicators of the evolution of earnings, the following components, which vary at times and which require separate treatment, are excluded from the statistics (earnings index): supplementary payments for overtime; non-monthly gratuities and profit-sharing bonuses; and additional payments to workers for vacations and year-end bonuses. (...) However, the statistics (earnings index) refer only to the normal working day, and exclude irregular payments such as semi-annual or annual bonuses and payments for overtime. With some exceptions, the definition of labour cost conforms to the current international recommendations on labour cost. (...) Furthermore, the statistics (indices of labour costs) exclude irregular payments such as semi-annual or annual bonuses, and severance and termination pay. Classifications Components of labour cost / compensation of employees Not relevant.
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Score: 1331926.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/CL2.html
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.), incentive pay (production bonuses, etc.) and other regularly paid bonuses and wage supplements, various allowances (housing, transport, cost-of-living and family allowances paid directly by the employer); remuneration for time not worked (annual vacation and other paid leave, public holidays, other recognised holidays and other time off with pay); irregularly paid bonuses (year-end, seasonal and similar bonuses) and profit-sharing bonuses; the value of payments in kind (for food and drink, fuel, free or subsidised housing and similar payments). (...) These include: payments under the terms of the wage agreement (i.e. basic wages for time worked and work performed and increases and additional payments that are of a recurring character conditioned by the functioning of the enterprise or the occupation, such as for arduous working conditions, multi-shift work schedule, work on night-shifts, occupational skill, etc.); productivity bonuses payable in October (or the third of the quarterly amount if such bonuses are payable quarterly); cost of public utilities, meals, food products and accommodation put at the disposal of the workers free of charge, and money compensation or allowances in lieu of such services; these costs are separately identified; percentage compensation for long service and work experience; additional payments for overtime and work on rest-days and public holidays; payments for hours of enforced work stoppage within the shift; other payments for production declared defective through no fault of the worker, wage increases in connection with rises in prices (separately identified), transport allowances to and from work, (separately identified), etc.
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Score: 1328585.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/AZ.html
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Nine bonuses are available now. In the context of its Climate Plan, the City also grants private individuals and companies bonuses for greening roofs, installing solar boilers, making permeable soils, collecting rainwater or allowing it to infiltrate into the soil. These premiums are only granted for properties located on the territory of the City of Brussels (postal codes 1000, 1020, 1120, 1130). These environmental bonuses will be granted within the limits of the available annual budget. (Worm) composting bin Refrigerator A+++ Rain barrel Green roof Solar water heater Rainwater tank Rainwater infiltration Making permeable surfaces " Country: Belgium Institution: Brussels Category: Smart City Focus: Information sharing Technology: Website Links: https://www.brussels.be/green-bonuses <<<< BACK TO ALL CASES Enlaces rapidos   Inicio Quienes Somos Nuestros mandatos CEPA Noticias & Media Otros enlaces   UNPAN UNPOG/OPNUG El DAES de las Naciones Unidas Naciones Unidas Asamblea General Recursos Proyectos DPIDG Publicaciones Oficina de Desarrollo de Capacidades Centro de Noticias ONU Web TV de la ONU.
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Score: 1320227.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/583
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Compendium Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Chercher   Accueil A propos de DPIDG Qui nous sommes Contactez nous (EN) Thèmes Participation et responsabilisation Innovation et TIC Renforcement des institutions Innovation et transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Appui intergouvernemental CEPA SMSI+10 Recherche Enquêtes e-gouvernement ONU Rapport mondial sur le secteur public Publications (EN) Bases de données (EN) Renforcement des capacités Outils d'évaluation (EN) Projets (EN) Capacity Development Nouvelles et événements Actualités & Medias (EN) Journée de l'ONU pour le Service Public Forums mondiaux Forum sur la gouvernance d’Internet Calendrier COVID-19 Webinars Accueil A propos de DPIDG Qui nous sommes Contactez nous (EN) Thèmes Participation et responsabilisation Innovation et TIC Renforcement des institutions Innovation et transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Appui intergouvernemental CEPA SMSI+10 Recherche Enquêtes e-gouvernement ONU Rapport mondial sur le secteur public Publications (EN) Bases de données (EN) Renforcement des capacités Outils d'évaluation (EN) Projets (EN) Capacity Development Nouvelles et événements Actualités & Medias (EN) Journée de l'ONU pour le Service Public Forums mondiaux Forum sur la gouvernance d’Internet Calendrier COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives Green Bonuses Description: "The City of Brussels gives bonuses to its inhabitants to encourage them in their efforts to ensure a better management of household waste, for greening their neighborhood or controlling their energy and water consumption. Nine bonuses are available now. In the context of its Climate Plan, the City also grants private individuals and companies bonuses for greening roofs, installing solar boilers, making permeable soils, collecting rainwater or allowing it to infiltrate into the soil. These premiums are only granted for properties located on the territory of the City of Brussels (postal codes 1000, 1020, 1120, 1130). These environmental bonuses will be granted within the limits of the available annual budget.
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Score: 1320227.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/583
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Wage rates, earnings and labour cost: Measurement through a component approach The Component Approach Allowances Bonuses paid every pay period Bonuses paid less frequently Profit-related pay Pay in kind Irregular bonuses Social security benefits from Social Security schemes Employers’ social security contributions Pay for time not worked Vocational training and other labour costs Workers’ social security contributions Basic pay Social security benefits received from employer International Labour Office Department of Statistics 8 Wage Rates Definition (12th ICLS, 1973) • Wage rates exclude: overtime payments, bonuses and gratuities, family allowances and other social security payments made by employers. (...) International Labour Office Department of Statistics Definition of earnings (12th ICLS, 1973) • Concept of earnings (§ 8,9) – Remuneration paid by employers directly to their employees – In cash and in kind – In exchange of time worked or work done • Includes remuneration for time not worked • Excludes employers’ social security contributions and benefits from these schemes • Excludes severance and termination pay – Gross remuneration • Before any deductions by the employer on behalf of the employee to a compulsory social security scheme or for income tax deductions 20 Department of Statistics http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---stat/documents/normativeinstrument/wcms_087496.pdf http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---stat/documents/normativeinstrument/wcms_087496.pdf http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---stat/documents/normativeinstrument/wcms_087496.pdf http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---stat/documents/normativeinstrument/wcms_087496.pdf http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---stat/documents/normativeinstrument/wcms_087496.pdf 11 • Basic pay – Pay for time worked or work done • Straight-time pay of time-rated workers • Earnings of pieceworkers (excluding overtime premiums) – Remuneration for time not worked • Public holidays • Annual vacations • Other time off with pay granted by the employer • Allowances – Geographical and zone differentials – Cost of living allowances – Payments under guaranteed wage systems – Other regular allowances • Bonuses and gratuities – Incentive pay of time-rated workers – Premium pay for overtime, shift, night and holiday work – Commissions paid to sales and other personnel – Seniority and special skills – Responsibility premiums – Dirt, danger and discomfort allowances – Seasonal and end-of-year bonuses – Additional payments in respect of vacation period (supplementary to normal pay) – Profit sharing bonuses • Social security benefits – Housing and family allowances paid directly by the employer (social security benefit) 21 Definition of earnings: Components (§ 10) Adopted by the 12th ICLS in 1973 Relates to pay which is regularly provided by employers to employees Earnings Bonuses paid less frequently Basic pay Allowances Pay in kind Bonuses paid every pay period Profit-related pay Pay for time not worked International Labour Office Department of Statistics 12 Definitions Types of earnings • Gross earnings - international definition – Before any deductions made by employers on behalf of employees – Standard measure of earnings • Net earnings (no international definition) – Disposable income or take-home pay – After compulsory deductions by employers (for income and other tax, employees’ contributions to compulsory social security and pensions schemes) • Real earnings (of gross or net earnings) – Spending power of earnings – The amount of goods and services which can be purchased – comparable in time – Net earnings divided by consumer price index or similar indicator. 23 24 Labour cost, 11th ICLS, 1966 • Expressed as labour cost per hour worked • Criterion for inclusion of an item as labour cost: benefit character to the worker as compared to the production process • Worker coverage: all employees excluding managerial staff remunerated predominantly by a share of profits • Taxes imposed on employment or payrolls: in countries where these are considered as labour cost, should be identified separately (net basis) For more information, please see the Resolution concerning statistics of labour cost, adopted by the Eleventh International Conference of Labour Statisticians (October 1966); web link: http://www.ilo.org/global/statistics-and-databases/standards-and-guidelines/resolutions-adopted-by-international-conferences-of-labour- statisticians/WCMS_087500/lang--en/index.htm Definition: Labour cost is the actual cost incurred by the employer in the employment of labour. (...) Remuneration for time not worked 3. Bonuses and gratuities 4. Food, drink, fuel and other payments in kind 5.
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Score: 1299150.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_413782.pdf
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Gross earnings (i.e. before deduction of employees' contributions to social security schemes, pension funds and similar schemes, and employees' personal taxes) comprise: direct wages and salaries for time worked or work done, including overtime pay, premium pay for shift, night or holiday work; cost-of-living allowances; commissions; bonuses, such as incentives according to the Labour Code, other laws and regulations, collective or individual contract; remuneration for time not worked (annual leave, vacation, public holidays and other time off with pay); irregular bonuses and premiums (seasonal and similar bonuses, profit-sharing bonuses). Earnings exclude the value of payments in kind and year-end bonuses. Allowances such as housing, transport and family allowances payable by the employer are not applicable in Bulgaria.
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Score: 1295870 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/BG2.html
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Score: 1279274.8 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/583
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Labour cost defined as the cost of labour borne by the employer in the form of salaries and wages, bonuses, benefits in kind, old-age benefits, social security and other group benefits. (...) Excluded are employers' contributions to old-age benefits, employers' contributions to other social security charges, and the imputed value of group benefits in kind and travelling and other expenditure incurred for business purposes and reimbursed by employers. Bonuses comprise profit-sharing, festival, year-end and other bonuses and ex gratia payments paid at less frequent intervals, i.e. other than bonuses paid more or less regularly each pay period. (...) It includes wages and salaries for leave periods and paid holidays, payments for overtime, dearness, compensatory, house rent and other allowances and bonuses such as production, good attendance, incentive bonuses, etc. which are paid more or less regularly for each pay period.
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Score: 1273401.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/IN4.html
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