Tip 1: How to Calculate Payments for Leave
The average salary is calculated from the total amount of earnings for 12 months precedingleave. The total amount of the calculation includes all received money, from which the income tax was withheld. The amounts received on social payments are not included in the calculation. The total amount should be divided by the number of working days in this accounting year. Regardless of whether an employee works for a five-day week or a six-day week, work days are considered for a six-day workweek. The result is multiplied by the number of days of vacation.
If the employee has not completed the accounting period, there are disability sheets, then all the earned amounts for which taxes are charged should be divided, divided by 12 and by the average number of calendar days in a month, by 29.4. Multiply the result by the number of days of vacation.
Any employee has the right to take another paid vacation, having worked at the enterprise for 6 months. In this case, the payments will depend on whether the employee has had a disability sheet or has worked the entire working period in full. If the whole settlement period has been fully worked out, then all the earned amounts are added and are divided by the number of working days in the accounting period, which should be considered for a six-day workweek. If for 6 months there were disability sheets, then you need to add up the amounts received from which the tax was withheld, divided by 6 and divided by 29.4. Multiply the result by the number of days of vacation. The employer can provide an employee who has completed 6 months of leave for the whole year. If the employee resigns without completing the due time, the overpaid vacation days should be deducted from the calculation amount.
Payments for vacation, according to labor legislation, it is necessary to produce three days before the leave. The next salary is not tied to payments for leave, so it can be issued at the due time.