# How to calculate salary scale?

**Sommaire de notre article**

- How to calculate salary scale?
- How to calculate the noria effect?
- How to set up a compensation policy?
- How to analyze payroll?
- How to calculate the GVT effect?
- How can the noria effect balance the GVT effect?
- When to go up a level?
- What is a company’s payroll?
- How to calculate employee contributions?
- How to manage remuneration and payroll?
- How to calculate the payroll for the tax administration?

### How to calculate salary scale?

**Calculate** overall compensation To find out the base salary for a job category, we divide the total annual salary by the number of hours worked in a year. This gives the true hourly rate for the job class.

### How to calculate the noria effect?

L’**effect** of **noria** He **calculated** by difference between the salary of incoming employees and that of outgoing employees, the whole reported as a percentage of the payroll of reference year A.

### How to set up a compensation policy?

**How to develop a remuneration policy** ? For **develop a compensation policy**, you must think about the different salary levels, whether fixed or variable, in order to establish a relevant salary grid. For this you can apply the **remuneration** depending on the level of the position.

### How to analyze payroll?

To calculate the **payroll** of a company, it is therefore necessary to add the salaries + the bonuses + the contributions **salary** of each employee.

### How to calculate the GVT effect?

**Variations in the wage bill and the GVT effect**

- Payroll = Global workforce (E) x global average annual salary (S)
- Wage bill gap (E/MS) = MS N+1 – MS N
- Difference in workforce = MS N+1 at constant salary – MS N
- Difference on structure = MS N+1 at constant structure – MS N+1 at constant salary.

### How can the noria effect balance the GVT effect?

L’**waterwheel effect** as for him, it is the one which, with a constant structure, sees older employees replaced by younger employees and therefore less paid. L’**waterwheel effect** results in savings where **GVT** results in additional expenses.

### When to go up a level?

It’s decided **when**? The changes of**rung** are validated by the Academy Inspector during the 1st quarter, once a year, generally in October/November. They concern colleagues who are eligible for promotion during the school year (between September 1, 2021 and ).

### What is a company’s payroll?

In France, depending on the activity of the company, the payroll can represent from 20% to 80% of the total expenditure budget.

### How to calculate employee contributions?

Its calculation is therefore simple: all you have to do is add up all the sums paid as employee compensation and subtract the employer’s contributions and the elements of compensation in kind. Note: employee contributions are indeed part of the payroll!

### How to manage remuneration and payroll?

Management of remuneration and payroll. The amount of payroll depends on the number of employees and the salary scale. It is advisable to manage these remunerations well, because they can represent the vast majority of the expenses made by the company, up to 80%.

### How to calculate the payroll for the tax administration?

The calculation of the payroll for the tax administration does not take into account employer contributions. Complementary methods are generally used by experts and managers: the accounting payroll is calculated taking into account employer contributions and paid holidays.