Nóminas de jornales

English translation: payroll

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Spanish term or phrase:Nóminas de jornales
English translation:payroll

10:08 Nov 5, 2019
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Social Sciences - History
Spanish term or phrase: Nóminas de jornales
"FUENTES DOCUMENTALES DE ARCHIVO PARA EL ESTUDIO DE LA FÁBRICA DE SANTA MARÍA DE LA VICTORIA (I). LAS NÓMINAS DE JORNALES DE LOS MAESTROS DE OBRA (1522-1528)"- Title of article
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Nóminas de jornales: is it payrolls, wages?
broca
Local time: 00:53
payroll
Explanation:
Both terms seem to be translated generally as payroll. From researching this particular term I'm just coming up with what appear to be standard payroll forms.

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Note added at 1 hr (2019-11-05 11:16:03 GMT)
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Having looked into this further, I believe it is specific to daily wages. So perhaps "daily payroll" would be better.

"El termino jornal se puede entender como el salario que un trabajador percibe a cambio de un día de actividades o trabajo; de otra forma también se puede interpretar como el trabajo que un operario realiza por cada día."

https://www.economiafinanzas.com/que-es-un-jornal/
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payroll


Explanation:
Both terms seem to be translated generally as payroll. From researching this particular term I'm just coming up with what appear to be standard payroll forms.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 1 hr (2019-11-05 11:16:03 GMT)
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Having looked into this further, I believe it is specific to daily wages. So perhaps "daily payroll" would be better.

"El termino jornal se puede entender como el salario que un trabajador percibe a cambio de un día de actividades o trabajo; de otra forma también se puede interpretar como el trabajo que un operario realiza por cada día."

https://www.economiafinanzas.com/que-es-un-jornal/


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Mark Harris
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agree  philgoddard: Your first reference is for a different term, but the second appears to be a payroll.
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agree  neilmac
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