primes palier

globalconcoction

Senior Member
Hindi
Bonjour!

I cant quite make out much of the below sentence. Have tried to provide some context.

CA Accessoires et Consommables * HT TRIMESTRE X % PRIMES PALIER (selon tableau ci-dessous) :

CA Acc et Conso TRIMESTRIEL % PRIMES PALIER

de 500$ à 1500 $ 5 %


etc etc....

Thank you.
 
  • snarkhunter

    Senior Member
    French - France
    Hello,

    I believe this could refer to incentive bonuses that are triggered by reaching a certain level (of turnover, etc).

    . From 0 to (x1-1) > P1%
    . From (x1) to (x2-1) > P2 %
    Etc, etc.

    And so a "palier" would be any level that the applicable percentage will change from.
     

    globalconcoction

    Senior Member
    Hindi
    Hello,

    I believe this could refer to incentive bonuses that are triggered by reaching a certain level (of turnover, etc).

    . From 0 to (x1-1) > P1%
    . From (x1) to (x2-1) > P2 %
    Etc, etc.

    And so a "palier" would be any level that the applicable percentage will change from.
    Yes, that is the context. But the translation is not working out - CA Accessories & consumables HT Quarterly X % bonus level??
     

    globalconcoction

    Senior Member
    Hindi
    "CA" here is obviously "Chiffre d'affaires", i.e. Turnover: Why would my previous suggestion not work here?
    You suggestion is good. What i meant was, i'm lost in the translation :

    CA Accessoires et Consommables * HT TRIMESTRE X % PRIMES PALIER
    Accessories & consumables turnover* excluding tax QUARTERLY X % BONUS LEVEL

    Would that be structurally correct?
     
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