Unified Metrics Library - Entry level wage to minimum wage ratio
The lowest wage shall be calculated for the lowest pay category, excluding interns and apprentices. This is to be based on the basic wage plus any fixed additional payments that are guaranteed to all own workers.
Minimum wage means the minimum remuneration set by law or collective agreements that an employer, including in the public sector, is required to pay to workers for the work performed during a given period.
Ratio = Entry-level wage / Minimum wage
Assuming an organisation has an entry-level wage of 15 eur per hour, and the minimum wage set by the national legislation is 10 eur per hour. Hence, the ratio would be 1.5, meaning that the entry-level wage is 1.5 times higher.