with The collective wage agreement, between 2014 and 2018 harder to increase than wages and salaries, according to a Thursday, and presented the research from the Central Planning bureau (CPB) and The Dutch central Bank (de nederlandsche bank). The researchers point out less in bonuses, young people, and more flexbanen as the main reasons for this.
Thanks to the bonuses and promotions offered, but also, for example, by an additional period, employees may have a greater gross income is yours. The difference in the annual agreed-upon increases in the collective bargaining agreements will be one-off loongroei called. As wages and salaries, however, are not covered by the collective wage agreement, between 2014 and 2018, the growth rate of the non-recurring earnings are negative.
That is, it is in accordance with the CPB and DNB, this is remarkable, given that the situation on the labour market, and economic growth is correct, there should be an increase in the one-off loongroei. The reverse took place between 2014 to 2018 with a yearly growth rate of the gross earnings which are less than 0.5 of a percentage point lower than it was in the collective bargaining agreement loongroei.
That is, for the most part, be attributed to an increase in the number of younger workers, and the increase in the number of flexcontracten. In addition, the CPB and DNB, to lower the so-called individual components of remuneration, such as bonuses and promotions.