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The salary system in the private sector in the Republic Slovenia
Etelka Korpič-Horvat, Bojan Tičar, Rado Bohinc, 2009, review article

Abstract: Avtorji obravnavajo plačni sistem v zasebnem sektorju v Republiki Sloveniji. Predstavljajo plačilo za delo po Zakonu o delovnem razmerju, ki zajema plačo in druge vrste plačil. Nadalje razdelajo posamezne elemente plače: osnovno plačo, dodatke in del plače za delovno ter poslovno uspešnost. Poleg plače zaposleni lahko prejmejo tudi druge vrste plačil, v naravi ali v denarju, v skladu z ureditvijo v kolektivnih pogodbah ali pogodbi o zposlitvi.
Keywords: salary system, remuneration, salary, components of a salary, other additional payments
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 799; Downloads: 337
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Predictors of users' satisfaction with E-payment system
Adeyinka Tella, Abdulmumin Isah, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Background and Purpose: Many organisations are using the e-payment system; however, its effectiveness has not been determined particularly in the Nigeria context. The University of Ilorin as educational organisation started using e-payment system in 2010 and up till now there has been limited or no study conducted to examine whether or not workers are satisfied with the new payment system together with other related ones they are familiar with. It is in the light of this that this study examined users’ satisfaction with the e-payment system at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Design/Methodology/Approach: A sample of 260 academic and non-academic staff was taken from six out 12 faculties that made up the university. Using a survey research approach data was collected with a modified questionnaire. Five research questions were developed to guide the study. Results: The results revealed that, respondents (93.5%) were adequately satisfied, satisfied and moderately satisfied, while, only (6.5%) of the respondents were less satisfied and dissatisfied. Perceived speed was identified as the characteristics users mostly satisfied with, followed by system security, traceability, and convenience. Moreover, there is significant correlation among the entire e-payment characteristics/factors (perceived speed, security, anonymity, traceability, perceived ease of payment, and convenience); and that all the six factors jointly predict users’ satisfaction with the e-payment system. In order of magnitude of the prediction/contribution to e-payment, users’ satisfaction, perceived speed made the most significant prediction/contribution. Conclusion: Based on the findings, the study concluded a considerable percentage of the respondents (93.5%) are satisfied with the e-payment system at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. In lieu of this therefore, there is need to improve the e-payment system so that all and sundry could be satisfied.
Keywords: users' satisfaction, e-commerce, electronic payment system (EPS), salary, University of Ilorin
Published: 10.01.2018; Views: 28319; Downloads: 77
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Salaries of healthcare professionals in the Republic of Croatia
Ante Klarić, Marina Švaganović, Miran Cvitković, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: Salaries of healthcare professionals in the Republic of Croatia are regulated by a series of laws and regulations. A series of regulations defining the salaries and substantive rights of healthcare professionals cannot provide a clear, uniform and complete approach to regulating the subject matter of the law. In addition to the aforementioned issues of employment status, healthcare professionals originate from a standard that is similar and common to all public servants. In doing so, the legislature does not differentiate between a healthcare professional and his profession from an activity that deals with the protection of fundamental human values: the life and health of the individual. It is these core values that should inform not only governmental regulation of salaries and wages but also all other substantive rights, as a pledge for the smooth performance of such a highly responsible service through a clear, unambiguous and norm to precise them.
Keywords: salary, health worker, public service, health, legal norm
Published: 15.01.2021; Views: 8; Downloads: 20
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