How to count days for holiday compensation
To correctly calculatedays onindemnificationvacations upon dismissaldays ka, you know that there are several options for computing these days is proportional to the worked months. One technique is recognized, and the majority of personnel Department for calculation use it. If the length of annual paid vacations in your organization is 28 days, compensation for dismissal will be paid at a rate of 2.33 days for each full month (28 days / 12 months). Accordingly, with the mandatory 31 daysvacations - compensation of 2.58 days, etc.
The second variant of calculation more beneficial to the employee because of a small difference in mathematical operations. The formula is as follows: 28 days * number of months worked / 12 months. Ie and from the second to the eleventh month payment days will be about two hundredths more.
Next, work with your personal carddays ka, in it will be immediately visible periods and indulgedvacations. Under the law, exclude periods whendays tovacations at his own expense, for a total of more than 14 days in the current working year. Know that the compensation for 11 and 12 months will be the same 28 days, because full vacation rightdays k has in the case if he has worked at least 11 months in this organization.
After calculating the full months of the period to calculate the compensation. In cases whendays it worked for an incomplete number of months excess of 15 days will exclude from the calculation, and those that are 15 days or more round up to a full month. For example, 5 months and 5 days — 5 months, 5 months and 15 days — 6 months.
Now calculate the final total. When choosing the first method, multiply the calculated total number of months worked by 2.33 (in the case ofvacations 28 days).
Often there are cases whendays to vacation off vacation, and when dismissed it turned out that he spent more days than he had earned. In this case, calculate the "extra"daysvacations and indicate it in the order. They will be calculated by the calculator and deducted from his wages.