social charge

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Taxes on employment, whether levied on employers or employees. Social charges are levied in many countries to pay for various social benefits such as unemployment insurance and pensions. In the UK social charges take the form of National Insurance contributions. Social charges make the cost of labour to employers higher than the earnings of their employees.

Subjects: Human Resource Management — Economics.

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