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Shirley
shirley_9184@hotmail.com
05/05/2011 10:24:17
Re: Payroll calculation

Hi,
one of my staff start work on 4th April 2011, his salary is RM4500 per month

Which calculation is correct?
i) RM 4500/30*27= RM4050 or
ii) RM 4500/26*24= RM4153.85

Another staff take unpaid leave 5 days, salary RM1510
Which calculation is correct?
i) RM1510/30*25= RM1258.33
ii) RM 1510/26*21= RM1219.61

Which amount i need to pay is correct? or both calculation also can be use depend of the company?

Thank for your help.
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HR
05/05/2011 10:43:00
Since his salary is above RM 1500, he is not covered by EA unless he is manual worker.

If he is cover by EA the calculation should be (i)
If he is not cover by EA, then it is depend on company. Some company even divided by 24 days.

For the unpaid leave, instead of count the unpaid leave, the HR can deduct the AL as for the unpaid leave (staff happy, HR easy).
If you really want to count, it is just same with staff above, his salary above RM1500 already. Depend on company.

For me, i will divide by 30 for both case. Company save money, boss happy, my increment got hope.. Hahaha...
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Shirley
05/05/2011 10:58:15
Haha.... In the forum i know that OT calculation and annual leave is divide by 26 days. Is it i need to follow or i can calculate by divided 30 days if he is not cover by EA?
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HR
05/05/2011 11:24:51
You can divide it by 30 days for your case as i say if i'm in your position i will divided by 30 days. Nothing wrong with it.

But AL i don't thing is divide by 26 days. AL is divided by 12 month.

For OT is divided by 26 days.
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Shirley
05/05/2011 11:31:29
Sorry.....Annual Leave i mention here is the balance AL for those who resigned.
How i calculate the balance AL? Example he still have 3 days balance and his salary is RM4500.
Calculation as below is it correct?
RM4500/26*3 = RM 519.20
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HR
05/05/2011 11:35:32
Yup, your calculation is correct
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Shirley
05/05/2011 11:54:32
Thank a lots....
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Jeff
chin_cheeseong@yahoo.com
18/05/2011 11:40:38
Hi,
For my case, my company got 1 of car workshop worker.
His start work at 8/5/11 stop of 15/5/11 (half day). off day on 9/5/11
Working hour from 10:30 a.m to 9:30 p.m

Which calculation is correct?
i) RM 2800/31*7.5= RM677.42 or
ii) RM 2800/26*6.5= RM700.00

OT 6 hours
i) RM2800/31/10*6*1.5= RM 81.29 or
ii) RM2800/26/10*6*1.5= RM 96.92

i use (i) to paid for salary, but under labour law correct or wrong? Now this worker call up compny said wrongly colculation.. how?
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Eja
haszrahim@yahoo.com
31/05/2011 16:09:19
Hi all,

A bit confuse on the OT calculation formula.

Understand formula is = (basic pay/26/8) x 1.5 x OT hours

But, one of my collegue said, our company is 5 working days and the formula is (basic pay / 22 / 8 ) x 1.5 x OT.

Plse advise.

Thanks
Eja
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