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Mona
25/03/2010 16:46:49
Re: Annual leave calculation

Dear Ms.Siew

How to calculate balance unused annual leave for staff
joined on 1 Jun 2007, terminated on 24 March 2010.
A/L B/F 2009 = 5 days
A/L entitlement 2010= 18 days
A/L taken as at Febí10 = 8 days

Is it correct A/L entitlement for 2010 = 2/12 x 18 = 3 days + 5 days = 8 days
Bal = 0

But according to HR Exe. his A/L entitlement for 2010 = 83/365 x 18 = 4 days + 5 days = 9 days . Bal A/L = 1 day.

To my understanding A/L will be calculated according to complete calendar months worked.

Which method is correct?

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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
25/03/2010 20:01:27
You did not mention what was the leave entitlement. Anyway, I would suggest you do it this way:

1 Jun 07 to 31 May 08 = xxxxx days
1 Jun 08 to 31 May 09 = xxxxx days
1 June 09 to 28 Feb 10 = 9 months (leave entitlement/12) x 9 = xxxxx days. March is not included because not a completed month. From the total leave, you minus the number of leave taken will give you the balance.
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Mona
26/03/2010 09:42:19
Less 2 yrs = 14 dys
2 yrs abv = 18 dys

The way of calculation you suggested is very accurate, but I canít workout the balance cos I only know the balance B/F and A/L taken this year.

Company calculate based on prorate basis, allow bal A/L b/f 5 days only the rest forfeited.

If based on prorate basis A/L entitlement for 2010 = 2/12 x 18 = 3 days + 5 days = 8 days
Is it correct (Bal = 0)


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KL Siew
26/03/2010 09:59:47
I don't know your company's practice. You have to sort it out with them.
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james
26/03/2010 10:17:39
if entitlement is 18 days a year, then its 1.5 days a month of completed service

Hence his 2010 AL is 3 days. Plus 5 days B/F = 8 days.

So it is zero days, all this provided your company runs leave by CALENDAR year (1 jan -> 31 Dec)

If ur HR exec goes by Day instead of month it means the HR have adapted calculation by day instead of month , in this case it benefits the employee a little more.
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mike_sel
maikerk@gmail.com
30/03/2010 17:13:39
Dear All,
I need some advise from you all.
i entitle for AL is 17 days.
i just tendered my resignation on 16/3/2010 for 2 months notice since i had work for 7 1/2 years.
Based on my management AL Calculation on prorate basis, 21/2 /12 x 17 = 3.5
So, my is only 3.5 days.
According to them, they will count till 16/3/2010, not until 15/5/2010 of my last working day.
So, is it a correct method?
Pls advise. Thank you.
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