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2009 | 42 | 4 | 144-152
Article title

THE SALARY SYSTEM IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN THE REPUBLIC SLOVENIA

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Abstracts
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In the article the authors discuss the salary system in the private sector in the Republic of Slovenia. They present relevant legislation dealing with remuneration, in particular the Employment Relations Act, which regulates individual employment relations and in a separate chapter regulates remuneration. Remuneration includes a salary and other additional payments. The authors treat all the components of a salary, i.e. the basic salary, extra payments, the part of the salary based on job performance, and the payment for positive business performance. Other additional payments are payments in kind or in money, in securities, or profit-related pay, i.e. the participation of employees in profit sharing. The authors also treat other income of employees laid down in the Employment Relations Act and collective agreements as well as the reimbursement of expenses related to work. The authors also focus on the obligatory content of an employment contract with reference to remuneration. Finally, they address open issues regarding types of other additional payments and possible solutions for determining individual remuneration instruments in collective agreements and in employment contracts.
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  • Etelka Korpic-Horvat, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Mladinska ulica 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
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Publication order reference
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10SIAAAA076513
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bwmeta1.element.4342391d-3e3a-3400-8105-b6b57b18edf3
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