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employer payroll taxes and insurance contributions n.
taxes sur les salaires et cotisations sociales de l'employeur

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cotisations sociales
impôts et charges sociales
taxes et droits
Commission Bancaire, Financière et des Assurances
prime d'assurance
charges patronales
assurance contre les accidents du travail
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      n   employeur (-euse)      m/f     
→ He had been sent to Rome by his employer.        
→ The telephone company is the country's largest employer.        
    employer contribution  

employer contribution   , employer's contribution  
      n     (to pension fund)    cotisation    f   patronale  
equal opportunity employer  
      n   employeur    m   appliquant les principes de l'égalité des chances  
→ The police force is committed to being an equal opportunities employer.        
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"employer payroll taxes and": examples and translations in context
These tax wedges result from the combined effects of a range of policy instruments at the disposal of governments: personal income tax, employee and employer social security contributions, payroll taxes and cash benefits. Ces coins fiscaux résultent des effets combinés d’une série d’instruments de politique économique dont disposent les pouvoirs publics : l’impôt sur le revenu des personnes physiques, les cotisations salariales et patronales de sécurité sociale, les prélèvements sur les salaires et les transferts en espèces.
Overloading the employer and employee with heavy taxes and heavy social insurance contributions is anti-jobs. Écraser employeurs et employés sous le poids de la fiscalité et des cotisations sociales va à l'encontre de la création d'emplois.
Today and over the past couple of years we have led the G-7 in economic growth and employment. As I mentioned to my colleague from St. Albert earlier, when employers came to us back in 1993-94 asking the government to lower the EI premiums, we did that year after year. We reduced it by over $6 billion. He prefers to call it payroll taxes. I, as a former employer, call it contributions in order for us to have a sustained society and a health care system. ... l'avons fait à ce moment-là, et à chaque année par la suite. Nous avons réduit ces cotisations de plus de 6 milliards de dollars au total. Mon collègue peut bien parler de charges sociales s'il le désire. Moi, en tant qu'ancien employeur, j'appelle cela des contributions à une société et un système de santé durables.
What I am talking here is that CPP premiums are paid by the employee and the employer. The employer's contributions are often referred to as payroll taxes and are regarded by many as a disincentive to the creation of employment. Je parle ici du fait que employeurs et des employés paient les cotisations au titre du RPC. Les cotisations de l'employeur sont souvent qualifiées de charges sociales et considérées comme un obstacle à la création d'emplois.
Joe Italiano of the economic analysis and forecasting division of the Department of Finance in a paper dated April 25, 1995: “Employer's contributions to CPP/QPP are part of compulsory payroll taxes. The share of all such taxes in voluntary labour income, a term which can be interpreted as an effective payroll tax rate” and he goes on and on. ... Italiano, de la Division de l'analyse et des prévisions économiques du ministère des Finances, déclare, dans un document du 25 avril 1995: «Les cotisations de l'employeur au RPC/RRQ font partie de charges sociales obligatoires. La part de toutes ces charges dans le revenu de la main-d'oeuvre bénévole, expression qui peut être interprétée comme une charge...
This country has been built on the philosophy of sharing of responsibilities for one another, where we contribute. The CPP was set up as a contributory plan. Today's paid workers contribute to the CPP to pay the pensions of those who have come before them and who have contributed to building their hospitals, their educational institutions and the quality of life we now have in this country. These are employer and employee contributions. I am quite happy to leave the payroll taxes to the neo-Cons on the opposite side of the House. ... leurs établissements d'enseignement et la qualité de vie dont nous jouissons maintenant au Canada. Il s'agit de cotisations des employeurs et des employés. Je suis très heureuse de laisser les néo-conservateurs d'en face parler de charges sociales.
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