Wage and Price Controls

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Wage and Price Controls - Setting of government guidelines to limit increases in wages and  price s. It is one of the most extreme approaches to  incomes   policy . By controlling wages and prices, governments hope to  control  inflation  and prevent extremes in the  business cycle Countries with highly centralized methods of setting wages tend  to have the greatest degree of public or collective regulation of  wage and price levels. Employee Benefits Mix - Health Care Benefits ( include indemnity or fee-for-service  coverage plans, managed care plans, health maintenance  organizations (HMOs) and point-of-service plans.) - Retirement Benefits - Mandated Benefits ( include Social Security, unemployment  insurance and workers' compensation insurance) - Non-Monetary Benefits ( include simple things like recognition  and flexible scheduling, as well as free coffee, potlucks, snacks). Benefits Package - Salary and Wages  - Medical/Life Insurance  - Retirement  - Deferred Compensation  - Annual Increment Pay - Holidays  - Vacation  - Sick Leave 
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- Leave Donation  - Credit Union - Training Opportunities  - Suggestion Awards  - Flexible Work Schedules  - Wellness Programs  - Quality of Life Cost Containment - Benefit cost containment is the process through which a company  can best offset the  rising costs associated with benefits,  while  still 
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