How is the salary calculated in the event of a schedule or salary change or entering/leaving employment during the period?

Schedule change

If an employee has a schedule change during the period, the (part-time) salary of the relevant period will be calculated on the basis of the hours worked. Example:

* an employee changes his schedule as of March 10, 2014.

* the full-time salary is: 2,000 euros.

* the full-time company schedule is: 38 hours per week, 7.6 hours per day.

* the employee's schedule is: 7.5 / 0.0 / 8.0 / 9.5 / 7.5 / 0.0 / 0.0 (32.5 hours per week)

* as of March 10, the schedule will change to: 7.5 / 7.5 / 0.0 / 8.5 / 7.0 / 0.0 / 0.0 (30.5 hours per week)

* the part-time percentage of this period (March): the employee's actual hours worked / actual full-time operating hours (131.50 / 159.60 = 82.39%).

* the (part-time) salary for this period (March) is calculated by multiplying the part-time percentage by the full-time salary: 82.39% times 2,000 = 1,647.80 euros.

 

Salary change

If an employee has a salary change during the period, the (part-time) salary of the relevant period is also calculated on the basis of the hours worked in the sub-periods.

 

Employment/retirement

If an employee enters or leaves employment during the period, the salary for the period concerned will be calculated on the basis of the days worked. Example:

* an employee will leave employment on April 6, 2014.

* the full-time salary is: 2,000 euros.

* the full-time company schedule is: 38 hours per week, 164.67 hours per month.

* the employee's schedule is: 6.0 / 8.0 / 8.0 / 9.5 / 0.0 / 0.0 / 0.0; 31.5 hours a week, 136.5 hours a month.

* the part-time percentage of this period (April): the employee's actual hours worked / actual full-time working hours: 136.5 / 164.67 = 82.89%.

* the number of days to be worked by the employee in this period (April): 18

* the number of days worked by the employee in this period (April): 3

* the (part-time) salary for this period (April) is calculated by multiplying the part-time percentage by the full-time salary: 82.89% times 2,000 = 1,657.80 euros. This salary is then divided by the days to be worked and multiplied by the number of days worked: (1,657.80 / 18 ) x 3 = 276.30 euros.

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