This means that JAM! is mandated to pay you the same as employees who have the same job and are directly employed by your employer. Employer’s contribution is a term that appears in the ABU collective agreement for temporary employees. The employer’s contribution is aimed at the temporary worker, receiving the same salary – and actually receiving it – as the other employees of the employer, who carries out the same work and is paid according to the employer’s collective labour agreement. The employer’s disbursement is legally determined to compensate for the difference in remuneration between temporary employees and full-time employees. View our document below for more information.