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Economics

Uniform tariff scale in basic component of labour remuneration
Simonenko N.N., Simonenko V.N.
Effective system of payment for labour motivatespersonnel activity in the right way for the company and provides increase of labor productivity for group’s various sizes.

As the offered system includes all spectra works in national economy, the creating process in sector of economic activity’scoefficientsare saved. Among these are workers of primary tarrification (1-4 categories), intermediate tarrification (5-6 categories), higher tarrification (7-8 categories), and alsoheads, specialists and employees (till the 18th categories includes). Moreover, the offered system includesin addition all types of administrative work in the whole country, that’s why we are including in the system additional 30 intervals dependenton work’s complexity. The system has 48 intervals of work’s complexity in total. The whole list of workgradingcan’t be submitted, so we could give only examples:

The1st category –simple operations without special training;The 2nd category –the work is trained in the production during 1-2 month. … The 8th category – the work posts are required the existence of higher education.

9-10th categories – experts who’s had the specialized secondary education; 18-19th categories –General Director of Association;Head of University; Secretary of State.

19–20th categories – Chief Executive Officer; 26, 27 level – Deputy Ministers of State; 28, 29 level –Judge; 30,31 – Public Prosecutor;32,33 level –Secretary of State.

34, 35 level – General Judge; 36,37 level – Deputy Prime Minister; 38,39 level – Attorney General; 40,41 level – Head of Presidential Administration; 42,43 level – Prime Minister; 44,45 – Regional Representatives of the President; 46,47 level–  Vice-President; 48 level – the Head of State.

The offered tariff scale takes an intermediate position between the progressively increasing and regular growing types.

Table 1 – The description of uniform 48 interval tariff scale

Category

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

The tariffrate

1,00

1,11

1,23

1,36

1,51

1,67

1,84

2,02

2,22

2,44

Abs. growth

0

0,11

0,12

0,13

0,15

0,16

0,17

0,18

0,20

0,22

Relative growth(%)

0

11

10,8

10,6

11,0

10,6

10,2

9,8

9,9

9,9

Category

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

the tariff rate

2,68

2,89

3,12

3,36

3,62

3,9

4,2

4,5

4,82

5,16

Abs. growth

0,24

0,21

0,23

0,24

0,26

0,28

0,30

0,30

0,32

0,34

Relative growth (%)

9,8

7,8

8,0

7,7

7,7

7,7

7,7

7,1

7,1

7,1

Category

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

The tariff rate

5,53

5,92

6,34

6,79

7,27

7,78

8,33

8,92

9,55

10,23

Abs. growth

0,37

0,39

0,42

0,45

0,48

0,51

0,55

0,59

0,63

0,68

Relative growth (%)

7,2

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,0

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

Category

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

The tariff rate

10,95

11,72

12,55

13,43

14,38

15,40

16,50

17,67

18,92

20,16

Abs. growth

0,72

0,77

0,83

0,88

0,95

1,02

1,10

1,17

1,25

1,34

Relative growth (%)

7,0

7,0

7,1

7,0

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

Category

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

-

-

The tariff rate

21,60

23,14

24,49

26,24

28,10

30,09

32,23

34,53

-

-

Abs. growth

1,44

1,54

1,64

1,75

1,86

1,99

2,14

2,30

-

-

Relative growth (%)

7,1

7,1

7,1

7.1

7,1

7,1

7,1

7,1

-

-

 

The tariff rate per hour is equal to 7,5 U.S. $, but for 48 level it would be 260 U.S. $ (according to monthly wage – from 1240 to 42730 U.S. $). According tocharacteristics of presented tariff system it’s consider tofair:

1) the general high level of monthly rate (salary) – the work remuneration starts since the 1st category and allows to increase the quality of career development;

2) regularrelative grow in tariff rate 7 % per unit of category (level) is a strong motive in aspiration for worker to increase his tariff category ( move up to the next level);

3) high absolute growth of the salary since the 17th level allows to take account of individual qualities and rank for government employee in his limits.



References:
1. Simonenko V.N., Simonenko N.N. The quality indicators and living standard of ca-reer development // Scientific notes of Komsomolsk-on-Amur State Technical University, 2011. V. 2. № 8. P. 96-100.

2. Simonenko V.N., Simonenko N.N. The modern modelsof motivationto labour po-tential and its transformation // Power and management in Eastern Russia. 2011. № 4. P. 73-81.

3. Simonenko V.N., Simonenko N.N. Connection of motivation to payment for labour and its performance // Scientific and technical gazette of St. Petersburg State Technical Uni-versity, Economic science. 2012. V.1 № 13. P. 154-159.



Bibliographic reference

Simonenko N.N., Simonenko V.N. Uniform tariff scale in basic component of labour remuneration. International Journal Of Applied And Fundamental Research. – 2014. – № 1 –
URL: www.science-sd.com/456-24511 (04.12.2021).