How to calculate leave on leave
In case the dismissed employee has an unused vacation, he can use it at his own will before dismissal. To do this, he needs to write a statement with a request to give him a "leave with subsequent dismissal." Last dayvacations in this case it will be the employee's dismissal day. A worker can withdraw such an application only before thevacations. By the same date, all payments dueatdismissal .
In other casesatdismissal employees are required to calculate "compensation for all unusedvacations "Or withholding an overpaid amount for providingvacations in advance. First, determine how many daysvacations not used. Consider onat measure: the total durationvacations employee - 31 calendar days (qd); holiday year from 15.03.2010 to 14.03.2011; date of dismissal - September 23, 2010. At the date of dismissal worked 6 months. 9 days Since 9 days is less than a crescent - we discard them, compensation is calculated for 6 months. For each month, the employee is assigned 31.d./12months = 2.58k. Total is compensable for 6 months: 6 * 2.58 = 15.48. Often the number of "days of unusedvacations "- fractional, it is not subject to rounding. In the event that the figure is still rounded, this can only be done to a large extent, so as not to infringe the interests of the employee.
If during the holiday period the employee took vacation "at his own expense" and the duration exceeded 14 cd. then this number of days must be subtracted from the number of days to be compensated. In ourat measure: the employee was "on leave without content" in the period from May 6, 2010 to May 29, 2010, i.е. 22 k.d. is not compensable. We remove from this number 1. - 09.05.2010 - a public holiday, which is compensable. Total is compensable: 6 months. 9dn. - 21d. = 5months. 18 days (18 days over the crescent, rounded to 6 months), i.e. 6 * 2.58 = 15.48.
In the event that the employee was granted leave in part in advance (in ourat as for the holiday year 2010-2011 the employee spends his vacation until the date of dismissal), an excessively paid amount is withheld. Those. we calculated that the employee earned a vacation for 5 months. 18dn. and went for a vacation for 12 months. He was granted unnecessarily 12 months to 5 months. 18 days = 6 months.12d. those. 6 * 2.58 = 15.48 calendar days.
After the days for compensation or withholding are determined, the bookkeeper calculates the amount for compensation or withholding, which is equal to the average daily earnings of the employee for the last 12 months multiplied by the number of days in ourat measure - 15.48. Remember that all payments to the employee must be made on the day of dismissal!