The table below shows the average salaries of some jobs in Argentina. Please refer to SalaryExplorer for more information.
The employer payroll tax is calculated as follows:
The employee payroll tax is calculated as follows:
Income Tax in Argentina is calculated as follows:
The minimum wage in Argentina with retirement benefits is ARS21,600 per month.
The employee must be paid monthly.
13th month salary
There are two semi-annual installments in Argentina for 13th month salaries which are due prior to 30th June and 18th December.
The typical number of working hours in Argentina is 48 hours a week or 8 hours a day.
In terms of overtime, overtime will be paid at a rate of 50% unless it's post 1pm on Saturday, Sunday or public holidays the rate for which is 100%. However, overtime must not exceed 3 hours a day or 30 hours a month.
Number of public holidays is 18 days. The list of holidays can be found here.
The number of paid leave days entitled to employees in Argentina is dependent on their seniority:
Paid sick leave in Argentina is allocated on the following basis:
Female employees are entitled to 90 days of maternity leave. Maternity benefits are paid by the state.
Paternity leave is given for only 2 days after the birth of the child.
Termination in Argentina can take place with few restrictions.
An employer is required to give a minimum of 15 days to 2 months notice period of dismissal while an employee must give 15 days notice for resignation.
An employer can terminate the contract on a just cause or grounds of misconduct and would not be required to give any notice period or payment in this case. Whereas, an employer would be required to give the statutory pay if the employer terminates the contract on grounds of
Notice period depends on the duration of the employment:
Severance pay is equal to one month’s salary per year of service.
The probation labour contract should not exceed 3 months.