cost-of-living allowance


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an allowance for changes in the consumer price index

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Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah recently ordered a 15-percent increase in the basic salaries of Saudis working for the government as a cost-of-living allowance.
The enthusiasm for cost-of-living allowances is seen as part of a growing trend.
Shaikha Ayesha Al Khalifa pointed out that the category of citizens eligible for cost-of-living allowance in the income range (BD 701-1000) included in today's batch number 4300 beneficiaries.
Terms of the agreement include continuing the cost-of-living allowance, establishing a standard time allowance for reloading and unloading vehicles, increasing the reimbursement rate for rural carriers who furnish their own vehicles and creating a joint task force to discuss issues related to future developments in mail delivery.
The district needs to make cuts because of midyear budget cuts in education funding at the state level and projections of reduced cost-of-living allowance funding, officials said.
If the money is not used for tuition, the 2% interest is lost, but the face amount plus cost-of-living allowance is rebated.
Fatima bint Mohammed Al-Beloushi, within the next two days and ultimately agree on criteria for cost-of-living allowance which the Government intends to implement on various segments.
7 million from its budget because of $800 million in midyear budget cuts in state education funding, less money from operational grants, and not enough state cost-of-living allowance to cover increased costs, officials said.
Yokich said today that the Cost-of-Living Allowance (COLA) paid to many UAW members would decline beginning with the first pay period in March, the result of falling consumer prices during the three months ended January 2002.
The district was originally informed that the cost-of-living allowance would be 2.
The union negotiated increases in purchasing power for workers through a combination of lump-sum payments, a general wage increase, and quarterly cost-of-living allowance (COLA) adjustments.
The district needs to cut costs because of $800 million in midyear budget cuts in state education funding, less money from operational grants, and not enough state cost-of-living allowance to cover increased costs, officials said.
As it has done every year since 1975, the Social Security Administration has approved an automatic cost-of-living allowance - this time it's 2.
The government would insist on certain minimum benefits and a cost-of-living allowance, to protect benefits against inflation.
Other important settlement terms included incorporation of the existing 43-cent-an-hour cost-of-living allowance into basic wage rates; hourly wage increases of 25 cents in 1989, and average increases of 25 cents per hour in 1990 and 50 cents per hour in 1991; and a 4-year contract, more in line with recent settlements in the industry, rather than the 3-year duration of previous agreements.