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- DNBulletin: Influx of young employees and flex workers slowed down wage growth
- Between 2014 and 2018, gross wage growth lagged behind contractual wage growth in spite of an economic upswing and a tightening labour market. One of the causes is the influx of young employees and flex workers during that period. This emerged from a joint study conducted by De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) and CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (CPB). A further likely cause is the fact that individual remuneration components, such as additional wage increases, bonuses and promotion-related pay rises, were lower than before.
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- Speech Frank Elderson - “We should aim for a 1.5 degree economy when designing the recovery path”
- At the OECD Committee on Financial Markets, Frank Elderson shared his thoughts on a green recovery. “I fully realize that containing the pandemic has the highest priority right now. But as we consider the next stage of recovery, we must look beyond mitigating the immediate effects and think more strategically about how we recover. The economy should not only be rebuilt based on 1.5 meters but also on 1.5 degrees.”
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