Whether you are an employer or an employee, there are basic employee rights that you should be aware of. Your business module or company will flourish and so will your career if you have access to these rights and if you lay them down early in your job. Let us look at the financial rights in this article.
- The Rates of Payment
An experienced adult worker is entitled to a minimum wage of 9.25 Euros for every hour of work that he or she puts in. This is a generalized statement in accordance with the averages of wages seen. There are a few exceptions in this case where people with references from close relatives may have differences in wages or people who are under 18 years of age as well as apprentices and trainees who are yet to qualify for a full time job.
Yet another important employee right is the fact that your employer is supposed to give you payslips that show your wages and the deductions made very clearly. I didn’t know could get exempt from this basic employee right until my last employer refused to give me my payslip on time. That created a good deal of troubles for my future and current employment
If you are an employer, you will need to deduct an appropriate amount of tax from the wages of your employees and then remit these taxes to Revenue. If you are an employer, you are also required to register as one with Revenue.
If you employ people from the Live Register, the n you are eligible to be paid an employer incentive from the JobPlus Scheme. This scheme has been created in order to encourage business modules and employers to hire people who might have had long lapses in their employment phase. You are only eligible for this incentive if you have hired employees who have joined as full-time recruits.