credited against the ATB

01:24 May 14, 2019
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Expressions
English term or phrase: credited against the ATB
Traduciendo el contrato de empleados de enfermería de un hospital, me encuentro con esta frase:

Increases required by law to meet state minimum wage requirements shall have that percentage increase credited against the ATB increase(s) provided for under this Agreement.

Tengo varias ideas pero no me suenan bien. Alguna sugerencia?

Gracias de antemano.
Javier Moreno-Pollarolo
United States

Summary of answers provided
5ATB means Across The Board
Cecilia Q Clare

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credited against the atb
ATB means Across The Board

Here are some examples:
across the board
Applying to or impacting every part or individual in a group or spectrum of things. Some senior employees are unhappy that the new dress code applies to everyone across the board. The politician is expected to call for tax increases across the board.

Salary Increases By Contractual Agreement
Salary increases are negotiated by bargaining unit. By negotiating unit, you can find a summary of what increases have been negotiated, who is eligible and when you can expect the increases to be paid.
Agreements By Bargaining Unit
Current CSEA Salary Increases (2016 —2021)
CSEA 2016 — 2021 Contractual Salary Increases

Compensation Type
Eligibility Criteria
Effective Date
Paycheck Date
Across-the-board Increase 2%
On payroll as of 3/31/16
2% of 3/31/16 salary

Cecilia Q Clare
United States
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Native speaker of: Spanish
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Asker: Exactly. It is about "Credited Against"

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