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1 Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:34 am

buckshox15


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Good day,

Company type:   Private-company

Gusto ko lang po ng clarification regarding sa computation ng correct monthly salary po.

Pasok po kasi naming ay Monday to Saturday po. Payroll naming ay Semi-monthly.

So kunwari ang monthly salary ko ay 25,000.00 para macompute ko ang daily rate ko, ay

25000 divided by 26 = 961.53 ( daily rate)
or
25000 divided by 2 = 12,500(percutoff)
12500 (percutoff) divided by 13 days( working days Sat included) = 961.53.

Now, ang gusto po ng may-ari ng company ay gsto nya computation instead na 26 days ang computation eh 30 days.
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So If 30days, 25000 divided by 30 = 833.33 (daily rate). So parang nangyayari eh, sumasahod na lang ako ng 10,833.29 and para mabuo ang 12,500 need ko pa pumasok ng Sunday? Eh Sunday po wala naman kami pasok.


Sino po ba ang tama at mali samin po?

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2 Re: Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 7:07 am

council


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buckshox15 wrote:Good day,

Company type:   Private-company

Gusto ko lang po ng clarification regarding sa computation ng correct monthly salary po.

Pasok po kasi naming ay Monday to Saturday po. Payroll naming ay Semi-monthly.

So kunwari ang monthly salary ko ay 25,000.00 para macompute ko ang daily rate ko, ay

25000 divided by 26 = 961.53 ( daily rate)
or
25000 divided by 2 = 12,500(percutoff)
12500 (percutoff) divided by 13 days( working days Sat included) = 961.53.

Now, ang gusto po ng may-ari ng company ay gsto nya computation instead na 26 days ang computation eh 30 days.
--
So If 30days, 25000 divided by 30 = 833.33 (daily rate). So parang nangyayari eh, sumasahod na lang ako ng 10,833.29 and para mabuo ang 12,500 need ko pa pumasok ng Sunday? Eh Sunday po wala naman kami pasok.


Sino po ba ang tama at mali samin po?

This concern is usually directed at daily-paid employees.

For monthly-paid, You still get paid 25k monthly (less tax, etc) as long as you come to work 6 days a week.

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3 Re: Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 10:59 am

buckshox15


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Good day Atty.

Does the daily paid is also known as "semi-monthly paid?"

does the formula for (monthly rate) divided by 30 days are correct atty?


Thanks,

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4 Re: Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:16 am

council


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buckshox15 wrote:Good day Atty.

Does the daily paid is also known as "semi-monthly paid?"

does the formula for (monthly rate) divided by 30 days are correct atty?


Thanks,

daily paid is "arawan" wherein it is no-work no-pay.

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5 Re: Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:35 am

Patok


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for the purpose of getting the daily salary, the correct divisor should be 26 as you are working on Saturdays.

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6 Re: Regarding Monthly salary computation. on Wed Mar 26, 2014 11:38 am

concilii


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Patok wrote:for the purpose of getting the daily salary, the correct divisor should be 26 as you are working on Saturdays.

The recommended formula by DOLE FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT WORK ON SUNDAYS (6 day workweek)  is the following:

Applicable Daily Rate (ADR) x factor* = Estimated Equivalent
12 months Monthly Salary (EEMR)

or 25,000 x 12  = YOUR DAILY RATE.
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