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1 holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:23 am

laboRN


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good day gusto lang po malaman kung tama ang pag compute ng holiday pay ko. sa pag kakaintindi ko po ay basic pay x 200%. Pero kung computin ko sya same lang magiging sweldo ko pumasok man ako ng holiday or hindi so tingin ko mali pag compute ng holiday pay.

example

Jan. 1 Holiday. 2. 3. 4. 5
employee 1. off. ! ! ! off. = 4 days payed salary dahil holiday yun 1
employee 2. ! off. off. ! ! = 4 days payed kasi pumasok sya ng double pay nung 1

* ! - meaning pumasok sya sa work

so useless din holiday pay in terms of payment.. correct me if im wrong thanks

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2 Re: holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:37 am

laboRN


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ay hindi nag align yung ginawa ko chart Sad pero sana gets naman yung point ko.. so pumasok man ako ng holiday or hindi it means same lang sweswelduhin ko

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3 Re: holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 9:51 am

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For me the computation is right because it seems that you have 2 day-off per week and you are paid on a daily basis.

But if you are a monthly paid, you can determine the difference. This is how you compute for monthly paid:
for the month of January, you didn't have any absence and you are able to work on a holiday so that would be monthly salary + Holiday premium (double pay if legal holiday, 30% if special holiday)
e.g 7,000 (monthly wage) + 269 (minimum wage per day if computed is 269. Since you are still paid during holiday, if you work, you will be added either double or 30% additional on top of your monthly salary).

In your case (in my own understanding), it was computed this way:
Employee 1: was paid holiday pay plus three working days= 4 working days paid
Employee 2: was paid double since she worked on a holiday but has only two working days= 4 working days.

That is really the unfortunate reality if you are a daily paid employee

I hope understood my explanation Smile


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4 Re: holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 5:46 pm

laboRN


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thank you..

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5 Re: holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 5:49 pm

laboRN


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so instead of daily wage i could ask for a monthly salary wage

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6 Re: holiday pay computation on Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:48 pm

laboRN


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In your case (in my own understanding), it was computed this way:
Employee 1: was paid holiday pay plus three working days= 4 working days paid
Employee 2: was paid double since she worked on a holiday but has only two working days= 4 working days.


well actually we both work for 3 days but i get to work on the holiday and the other does not but we got paid the same amount of salary.

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7 Re: holiday pay computation on Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:47 am

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If you are a contractual employee, you may request to be monthly paid employee but it is the company's prerogative to approve it or not. But base on experience, I have never heard of a contractual employee that is monthly paid.

Probationary employee also (most of the time especially for rank and file employee) are daily paid until such time they become regular employees.

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8 Re: holiday pay computation on Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:59 am

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laboRN wrote:In your case (in my own understanding), it was computed this way:
Employee 1: was paid holiday pay plus three working days= 4 working days paid
Employee 2: was paid double since she worked on a holiday but has only two working days= 4 working days.


well actually we both work for 3 days but i get to work on the holiday and the other does not but we got paid the same amount of salary.
LaboRN,

You both have worked for three days but I assume you company is gave your co-worker a holiday pay that's why  you received similar amount.

Let's break it down further (Assuming that you per day is p300)

Employee 1:

January 1: P300 (she was given holiday pay  even if she didn't work)
January 2: P300 (She worked on this day)
January 3: P300 (She worked on this day)
January 4: P300 (She worked on this day)
January 5: P000 (No pay because it is her day off)
Total: P1,200

Employee 2:

January 1: P600 (She received double pay since she worked on a holiday
January 2: P000 (No pay because it is her day off)
January 3: P000 (No pay because it is her day off)
January 4: P300 (She worked on this day)
January 5: P300 (She worked on this day)
Total: P1,200

I hope the computation is clear

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