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May
03/11/2009 18:34:31
Re: Annual Leave Calculation

I have a scenario here:
Joint date : 8/2006
So, for year 2006, the staff is not allowed to take annual leave.

In year 2007, the annual leave entitlement is the pro-rata calculation for period from 8/2006 to 12/2006. So, it's 2 1/2 days.

In year 2008, the annual leave entitlement for the service rendered from 1/1/2007 to 31/12/2007, which is 8 days.

In year 2009, the annual leave entitlement for the service rendered from 1/1/2008 to 31/12/2008, which is 12 days.

The staff resigns as at 15/10/2009. So, the annual leave entitlement for the service rendered from 1/1/2009 to 15/10/2009 is 10 1/2 days.

Is it correct to calculate in this manner ?
Thank you.
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
03/11/2009 20:34:25
Yes, any leave balance of the 12 days earned in period 1/1/08 to 31/12/08 plus 10 1/2 days.
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May
04/11/2009 09:24:34
So, the year of service must be 12 months continuous service in a year with the same employer?
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KL Siew
04/11/2009 10:26:17
Why should there be such a doubt?
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May
04/11/2009 10:55:22
I just newly joined this company. My understanding of the calculation is on the first year when they joined, if no full 12 months service in that year, then we count pro-rata. Then the next year, if got full 12 months, we will count it 8 days. And for the following year, if got full 12 months continous service again, annual leave is 12 days.

But the admin staff just argued with me that it should be calculated from the joint date, so if the person joined at 1/2/2009, then 31/1/2010 will considered as full 1 year service, then continue 1/2/2010 till 31/1/2011 will consider 2nd year of service. So, they calculate the annual leave entitlement for year 2011 will be 1/1/2010 to 31/1/2010, which is pro-rata of 8 days entitlement, so is 0.5 days plus from 1/2/2010 to 31/12/2010, which is 11 days. the annual leave entitlement for that year is 11.5 days.

I just found that it's pretty confusing, error found and workload also to maintain such a calculation since the workers is not just 10 or 20 ppl but it's more than 100 ppl. I don't think that labour law has insisted us on applying the method that they apply. Am i right?

Thank you.



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KL Siew
04/11/2009 17:42:57
Well, the Labour Department will be the place to get the dispute settled then.
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May
05/11/2009 10:47:33
OK. Thank you.
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K L
rentout@hotmail.com
17/04/2010 00:22:30
It's time to leave such a company. There are so many companies which give a minimum of 14 days for a start and 18 days for a start for Executives and above.

The Malaysian Labour Law has not been revised since time in memorial. It's time that employers treat their staff fairly or else they risk to do the work themselves. Don't expect the Gen Ys to work like a cow for them.
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catherine
08/01/2011 15:24:13
In May 2009 I join the company, but when I take leave on June 2009 for 2 days they deducts my salary and also on January 2010 I take leave for 1 day they also deduct my salary. Until now I afraid to take leave cos I afraid they will deduct my annual leave, could you please let me know how many days of leave I should take and how to calculate.
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Catherine
skmlog.kenneth@gmail.com
05/07/2011 10:11:34
2009 may I start work. My company calculate my annual leave until 2010 is only 2 days and they only give me 2 days money back.. Could you please let me know how to calculate annual leave.
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Jenny
jennychoo28@yahoo.com
25/10/2012 12:48:16
If the staff join the company on Jul 2010, total annual leave from Jul2010~Sept2012 is it 19days
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Esther Yong
yypesther@gmail.com
22/11/2012 00:44:03
I am being paid basic salary of RM2000 + Travelling Allowance RM800 + Tel Allowance RM60 per month.
Upon resigning - I have Annual Leave of 7 days.
Calculation of Annual Leave paid , does it include the travelling allowance and telephone allowance or just the basic pay
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kumar
kumar_outlaw@yahoo.com
04/02/2016 11:46:55
i join the company on 3-7-2013 until 4-2-2016. so how many leave should i get
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Angeline
Angeline@ashleymalaysia.com
10/08/2016 16:56:32
Siew,

I have some questions on the concept of “Length of service” and its relation to “Entitled Annual Vacation Days”. I listed some samples for you below, could you please help me calculate and complete the form below?

LENGTH OF SERVICE ENTITLEMENT Employee A
Joining Date: 2016-12-01 Employee B
Joining Date: 2016-02-27
Less than 2 years 12 working days Which Date is the starting date of Employee A has 12 working days?

Which Date is the starting date of Employee B has 12 working days?


2 years or more but less than 5 years 16 working days Which Date is the starting date of Employee A has 16 working days?
Which Date is the starting date of Employee B has 16 working days?

5 years and more 18 working days Which Date is the starting date of Employee A has 18 working days?
Which Date is the starting date of Employee B has 18 working days?















And also please there is any formula for calculate the Annual Leave.
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