Wage Drift

Wage Drift,

What is The Meaning of Wage Drift?

Wage Drift means, Circumstances where the base salary is not as high as the actual salary. This is usually due to overtime, bonuses, dividends, etc.

Literal Meanings of Wage Drift

Wage:

Meanings of Wage:
  1. Next (war or campaign)

  2. A fixed salary payment, usually paid daily or weekly by the employer to the employer, especially unskilled or manual workers.

Sentences of Wage
  1. We have to destroy your fighting ability

  2. We fight for better wages

Synonyms of Wage

payment, fee, salary, proceed with, devote oneself to, ■■■■■■■, allowance, carry on, go on with, practise, honorarium, prosecute, pay, pursue, engage in, undertake, stipend, remuneration, emolument, conduct

Drift:

Meanings of Drift:
  1. Charge slowly through air or water flow.

  2. (Especially snow or leaves) in the air.

  3. A slow, steady movement from one place to another.

  4. The general intent or meaning of someone's argument or comment.

  5. Large amounts of snow, leaves or other material have accumulated or are carried away

  6. Horizontal or inclined path after mineral veins or layers of coal.

Sentences of Drift
  1. Cruise ships began to sink under the river

  2. The fallen leaves begin to float in the gutter

  3. There is a flow in the city

  4. If you try to reach me, I am near the forest to see the trees

  5. Four sheep were pulled out of the stream

  6. This tunnel leads to a small ore chamber

Synonyms of Drift

shift, transfer, movement, be carried away, mass, be carried along, mound, essence, heap, dune, core, thesis, transferral, accumulation, gather, meaning, amass, be borne, relocation, gist, ridge, be wafted, accumulate, gravitation, bank, signification, substance, form drifts, heap up

Wage Drift,

What Does Wage Drift Mean?

  1. Circumstances where the basic salary is not as high as the actual salary paid. This is usually due to an increase in overtime, bonuses, profit sharing, etc.

Literal Meanings of Wage Drift

Wage:

Meanings of Wage:
  1. Regular fixed pay for work or services, usually paid daily or weekly.

  2. Continue (battle or campaign)

Sentences of Wage
  1. We must destroy your ability to fight.

Synonyms of Wage

proceeds, revenue, earnings, reimbursement, compensation, takings, recompense, yield, profit, income, gain, reward

Drift:

Meanings of Drift:
  1. Slowly carried by air or water current.

  2. (Especially snow or leaves) accumulate in the air.

  3. Constant slow movement from one place to another

  4. A large collection of snow, leaves, or other material that accumulates or moves.

  5. A horizontal or oblique part that follows a layer of mineral vein or coal.

  6. Cow or sheep guiding work.

  7. A journey.

Sentences of Drift
  1. The cruise ship begins to sink.

  2. Maybe I'm too close to the forest to see the trees, if you know what I mean.

  3. Four sheep are flowing

  4. The tunnel leads to a small ore chamber.

Synonyms of Drift

thrust, course, flow, purport, bob, float, pile, form heaps/drifts, significance, vein, be carried (away/along), implication, spirit, direction, sense, intention, go with the current, tenor, meander, trend, tendency, import, coast, move slowly, pile up, bank up

Wage Drift,

Wage Drift means,

  1. A situation where the basic salary is not as high as the actual wage paid. This is usually due to overtime, bonuses, profit sharing, etc.

Literal Meanings of Wage Drift

Wage:

Meanings of Wage:
  1. Continue (fight or campaign).

Sentences of Wage
  1. We need to eliminate your ability to fight.

Drift:

Meanings of Drift:
  1. Slowly carried by current of air or water.

  2. Constant slow motion from one place to another.

  3. The general intent or meaning of a person's argument or comment.

  4. A large deposit of snow, leaves, or other material that accumulates or flows away.

  5. A horizontal or oblique part that lies behind a layer of mineral or coal.

Sentences of Drift
  1. The cruise ship begins to travel under the river.

  2. If you try to reach me, I may be too close to the forest to see the trees.

  3. Four sheep were taken out of the stream.