average weekly earnings

Gross taxable payrolls divided by the number of employees.

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  • average weekly earnings — See average earnings …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Average Weekly Earnings — Stats a measure of wage levels in the Australian workforce that is calculated regularly by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The measure is considered one of Australia’s key economic indicators. Abbr. AWE …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • weekly earnings — See average weekly earnings …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Average Weekly Ordinary Time Earnings — Stats a measure of wage levels in the Australian workforce that excludes overtime payments, published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • weekly — UK US /ˈwiːkli/ adjective ► happening once a week or every week: »a weekly magazine/newspaper/report »a weekly budget/meeting/payment »The account pays 5.09% gross a year, but the rate is updated on a weekly basis. weekly earnings/income… …   Financial and business terms

  • average earnings — Average over recent years; a measurement of value of lost time. 22 Am J2d Damg § 91. In applying workmen s compensation statutes, the words average weekly earnings are to be taken in their common and ordinary sense. 58 Am J1st Workm Comp § 309 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • earnings — earn|ings [ˈə:nıŋz US ˈə:r ] n [plural] 1.) the money that you receive for the work that you do →↑salary, ↑pay (2) ▪ an employee s average weekly earnings ▪ He claimed compensation for loss of earnings . 2.) the profit that a company or country… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • earnings — [[t]ɜ͟ː(r)nɪŋz[/t]] ♦♦♦ N PLURAL Your earnings are the sums of money that you earn by working. Average weekly earnings rose by 1.5% in July... He was satisfied with his earnings as an accountant. Syn: pay, income …   English dictionary

  • earnings — See average weekly earnings …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • average — I (midmost) adjective center, centermost, intermediate, mean, mean proportioned, medial, median, mediate, medium, mid, middle, middle class, middle grade, middlemost, middling associated concepts: average annual earnings or wages, average capital …   Law dictionary

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