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    How do you work out your pro rata wage? .917

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    Does anyone know how you work out your wage if you are on a pro rata contract? Specifically .917.

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    Hours a week you work x weeks per year you work / 1657 (FT hours) gives you a percentage of FTE. Then if you know the full time salary you can divide that by 100 and times it by your percentage.
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    But you need to include holiday pay and bank holiday pay in the calculation. It's best to ask your HR how they come up with the figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    But you need to include holiday pay and bank holiday pay in the calculation. It's best to ask your HR how they come up with the figure.
    Definitely! My pro-rata salary seems to bear little resemblance to anything I can come up with using the calculations mentioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    But you need to include holiday pay and bank holiday pay in the calculation. It's best to ask your HR how they come up with the figure.
    I used the calculation above and came up with exactly the right figure. The 1657 takes that into account?

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    Holiday pay? Whats that?
    My monthly pay is worked out *hourly rate* x *hours a year I work* / 12

    Our team are all on hourly contracts. I'm paid to work 1400hrs/year and have to work every one of those hours (have to make up my bank holidays during the summer break). It wasn't until recently that I realised that in other jobs you can get paid for not working!

    Not allowed time off in lieu, no overtime allowed and if I have more than 5 days off ill in a year I have to have a meeting with a member of SLT to make sure I'm not skiving. Not allowed holidays in term time either. I've not known any different though as I've been working here since I left school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samba_man View Post
    Holiday pay? Whats that?
    My monthly pay is worked out *hourly rate* x *hours a year I work* / 12

    Our team are all on hourly contracts. I'm paid to work 1400hrs/year and have to work every one of those hours (have to make up my bank holidays during the summer break). It wasn't until recently that I realised that in other jobs you can get paid for not working!

    Not allowed time off in lieu, no overtime allowed and if I have more than 5 days off ill in a year I have to have a meeting with a member of SLT to make sure I'm not skiving. Not allowed holidays in term time either. I've not known any different though as I've been working here since I left school.
    @samba_man That is an archaic system. Some things are discretionary but holiday pay and bank holiday pay are usually there. (not TOIL or overtime). Are you self-employed or paid a monthly salary? Read this and see if any of it applies: https://www.gov.uk/holiday-entitlement-rights



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