Thinking of employing someone in Chile? As with every other country, certain costs are associated with employing a worker that come on top of the gross salary that you are offering. In Chile, employers make contribution to Social security, unemployment insurance and professional illness insurance, which varies by industry.
In Chile, employees pay several taxes, which are deducted from their gross salary by their employers. The income tax is progressive and determined by the salary. Other contributions include social insurance and unemployment insurance.
Use our interactive employment cost calculator to see the total salary costs in Chile outlined in the sections above. You can also get a detailed employee cost breakdown in pdf (like this one but with actual data), which will show the take-home pay that employees will get.
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