The board feels strongly that two per cent is a very fair and reasonable increase and is in line with the average earnings index increases across the board.
What does AEI stand for?
AEI stands for Average Earnings Index
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We have 179 other meanings of AEI in our Acronym Attic
- Australian Economic Indicators
- Australian Education Index
- Australian Education International
- Australian Ethical Investment Ltd.
- Automatic Equipment Identification
- Automatisme et Electricité Industrielle (French electrical equipment manufacturer; est. 1988)
- Automotive Engineering International
- Automotive Environmental Index (JD Power and Associates)
- Auxiliar Euro Industrial
- Avalanche Electron Injection
- Average Efficiency Index
- Axe Empowerment Institute
- Azimuth Error Indicator
- l'Action Educative et Innovante
- Army Enterprise Infostructure-Enterprise Software Consolidation (Microsoft)
- Agenzia Espressi Internazionali Aerei (Italian: Agency Express International Airline)
- Amplified Enzyme-Linked Immunoassay (endocrinology)
- Australian Early Intervention Association
- Australian Egg Industry Association (North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
- Australian Entertainment Industry Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Commission chose the Average Earnings Index as an indicator.
TUC general secretary Mr John Monks said: "It is important that the Bank of England does not overreact to the short-term excesses of Christmas bonuses in the City which are helping to drive up the average earnings index.
Data problems At the same time the suspension and review of the Average Earnings Index has, quite wrongly, led to an element of suspicion about the whole range of official statistics.
APEX (Annual Progeny Earnings index) utilises similar principles to the Average Earnings Index (AEI), but is an enhancement, as one large earner can skew the average of the AEI.
Salaries go up annually in line with the UK Government's average earnings index.