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    Calculating annual leave

    I hope someone is able to help with a quick question - an employee works 15 days per month as opposed to the standard (21.67), how do I calculate her annual leave entitlement?

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    1 Day of leave for every 17 days worked.
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    The calculation is 15/21.67 x 15 (working days leave) = 10.38
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    Hi, how does one calculate leave for an employee that works 4 hours per day? (5 day week).

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    Hi Lynda - one hour of annual leave on full remuneration for every 17 hours on which the employee worked or was entitled to be paid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynda View Post
    Hi, how does one calculate leave for an employee that works 4 hours per day? (5 day week).

    Lynda, I am also struggling to calculate this. Did you manage to find a solution to the leave entitlement the employee is granted or should be awarded.

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    Lynda, I am also struggling to calculate this. Did you manage to find a solution to the leave entitlement the employee is granted or should be awarded.
    Works 4 hours per day for 5 days = 20 hrs
    Gets 1 hour leave for every 17 worked (or owed on a public holiday)

    ie .. Has to work 68 hours to get 1 day leave (one day being 4 hours)

    which means every 17 days worked at 4 hours a day, the employee is entitled to 1 day's leave.
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    Thanks, Mike C. Much appreciated

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