Total employer unemployment insurance tax contributions for a calendar year divided by the total taxable wages for the same period. (USDOL/ETA)
Total employer unemployment insurance tax contributions for a calendar year divided by the total wages for the same period. (USDOL/ETA)
Wages paid to covered employees that are subject to State Unemployment Insurance taxes. (ES 202) (USDOL)
For each State, the maximum amount of wages paid to an employee by an employer during a calendar year, which are subject to Unemployment Insurance taxes. Wages above this amount are not subject to tax. (USDOL/ETA)
- Total Compensation (Employment Cost Index)
All types of employee compensation: wages and salaries, non-wage cash payments and fringe benefits. Total compensation in the Employment Cost Index is defined as the employer's cost of wages and salaries and employee benefits.
A series of figures referring to different times, to show variation in magnitude of the particular item or items being measured. Definition of items measured must remain constant.
The long term or overall movement of a series over time. Any economic time series is assumed to be made up of trend, irregular, cyclical, and seasonal movements.
The balance in the individual state account in the Unemployment Trust Fund (see Unemployment Trust Fund definition in glossary entry below). (unpublished US Treasury reports)