Actually i have to admit that i know very little about this things…but i have always hear that when a company hires you its not only the salary they pay you but the other costs they have for hiring you (taxes, health and labor, etc)…which sometimes i hear its almost same as your salary.
So I looked at my wife’s TW payroll b4 since her boss lists what he pays also…hes that kind of dude.
I think based on her salary it looks like hes paying 15-20%. Part of that is employers need to pay 6% pension. This is from memory I can double check later at home.
Hi RickRoll…you mean 2270 including the salary, right? 1000+1270, yes?
Actually that sounds similar to spain…usually in spain i hear that the cost for the company is almost equal to the salary…the 80% i was just guessing.
i think about that. i am not an accountant, but a rough calculation is around those numbers:
health insurance: 5%
labor insurance: 6%
vacation days (assuming 14 days off a year) - ~4%
and there are other payments employers need to take to account like maternity leave if you are a woman, or severance pay if you leave the company.