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Double Pay Computation

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1 Double Pay Computation on Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:21 am

markvincent9


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I have a question about computation of double pay.

My concern is, in my payslip, they deducted me 1 day and add 2 days for my worked April 9 holiday.

Is this consider as double pay?

It seems that they already included the basic pay in the double pay for the holiday pay.



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2 Re: Double Pay Computation on Fri Apr 20, 2018 12:18 pm

lukekyle


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if you worked on april 9 and your basic pay is P1,000.00 per day, assuming walang absence monday to saturday, you should receive P7,000 na salary (minus taxes etc)

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3 Re: Double Pay Computation on Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:26 pm

mikos23

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Are you a "monthly" paid or a "daily" paid employee?

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4 Re: Double Pay Computation on Fri Apr 20, 2018 5:59 pm

markvincent9


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mikos23 wrote:Are you a "monthly" paid or a "daily" paid employee?

I'm a "monthly paid employee"

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5 Re: Double Pay Computation on Sat Apr 21, 2018 6:32 am

mikos23

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ok, to answer your question, if you are expecting to see double pay for the days work, there you go, it is a double pay.

To explain:

some companies, if you are monthly paid employee, since you are already paid everyday for the whole month, they will reflect on the payslip only the additional 100%. This cause problems because for the employees they want to see the whole 200% amount. The alternative to show that is for the employer deduct first the 100% in the monthly pay and show the 200% in the holiday pay.

hope this helps.

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6 Re: Double Pay Computation on Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:08 am

markvincent9


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Thanks @mikos23

Medyo unfair sa monthly employee yung double pay. Sana di nalang ako pumasok Smile

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