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Title:Plače in stroški dela
Authors:Ulčar, Karin (Author)
Šprajc, Polona (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:Znano je, da je plača zelo širok pojem, ki ga velika večina razume kot plačilo, ki ga enkrat mesečno prejmemo za opravljeno delo, vendar se pod tem pojmom skriva veliko več. Ko teče pogovor o plači, lahko govorimo o minimalni plači, osnovni plači, bruto plači, neto plači in tako naprej. Zato je pomembno, da vsak posameznik ve, kaj vse zajema pojem plača. Plača je del stroškov dela. Ta pojem je zelo širok, zato je težko vedeti, kaj vse se šteje pod stroške dela. Pod stroške dela se štejejo neto plača, prispevki za socialno varnost, prehrana med delom, prevoz na delo in z njega, službena potovanja, regres, jubilejne nagrade in drugi stroški, ki za delodajalca predstavljajo kar velik zalogaj. V diplomskem delu smo natančno opredelili vse zgoraj omenjene pojme in druge, ki so v povezavi s plačo in stroški dela zelo pomembni. Prav tako smo analizirali podatke, ki smo jih pridobili na spletni strani Statističnega urada Slovenije, ki podatke vsakoletno zbira in objavlja. Obravnavali smo podatke od leta 2012 do 2017. Ugotovili smo, da so bili v tem obdobju najvišji stroški v Osrednjeslovenski regiji, da imajo najvišjo plačo najstarejši delavci, da imajo tisti z višjo izobrazbo višje plače kot tisti z nižjo, da so plače višje v javnem sektorju, da so moški plačani nekoliko bolje od žensk in da je največji delež celotnih stroškov dela namenjen osnovni bruto plači. Prav tako smo ugotovili, da so se stroški dela v zadnjih petih letih povišali za več kot pet odstotkov.
Keywords:plača, stroški dela, povračila stroškov dela, zakon o delovnih razmerjih
Year of publishing:2019
Source:Maribor
COBISS_ID:8158483 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ZYFRJSN4
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Earnings and labour costs
Abstract:Salary is known to be a very broad term, which is understood by the vast majority as a payment that we receive once a month for work done, but there is much more to it. When we are talking about salary, we can talk about minimum wage, basic salary, gross salary, net salary and so on. Therefore, it is important for everyone to know what all the concept of pay is. Salary is part of the cost of labor. This concept is very broad, so it is difficult to know what counts as labor costs. Labor costs include net wages, social security contributions, nutrition during work, commuting to and from work, business trips, recourse, jubilee benefits and other expenses, which represent a great deal for the employer. In the diploma we have defined all the above-mentioned concepts, as well as others, which are very important in connection with salary and labor costs. We also analyzed the data we obtained on the website of the Statistical Office of Slovenia, which collects and publishes data on an annual basis. We analyzed data from 2012 to 2017. We found that during this period, the highest costs were in the Central Slovenian region, that the oldest workers had the highest salaries, that those with higher education had higher salaries than those with lower salaries that wages are higher in the public sector, that men are paid slightly better than women and that the largest share of total labor costs goes to basic gross wages. We also found that labor costs have increased by more than five percent over the last five years.
Keywords:salary, labor costs, reimbursement of labor costs, employment relationships act


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