Some aspects of labour costs and earnings: 1974 and 1975
Frain, Patrick F.
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Citation:Geoghegan, B. J. & Frain, P. F. 'Some aspects of labour costs and earnings: 1974 and 1975'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. XXIV, Part I, 1978/1979, pp179-230
Since 1975 the Central Statistics Office has conducted two special surveys concerned with total labour costs ? one covering certain parts of the services sector and the other covering the industrial sector. A further survey concerning the earnings of individual workers was also conducted in the same parts of the services sector. These surveys have been taken in compliance with EEC Regulations and fall in the pattern of regular such inquiries carried out on a three year frequency in the EEC since 1966. The Labour Costs surveys are concerned with annual details of all costs specifically associated with labour e.g. those costs normally considered as fringe benefits or social security costs in addition to wages and salaries as well as training costs. The first related to costs in 1974 for Retail and Wholesale distribution, Banks and other Credit enterprises and Insurance Companies while the second related to costs in 1975 for the industrial sector.
Keywords:Labour costs, Ireland
Nonwage labour costs, Ireland
Publisher:Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland
Series/Report no:Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland
Vol. XXIV, Part I, 1978/1979
Description:Read before the Society, 3 May 1979