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> How to calculate partial monthly salary, It is fair?

jacktai
post Dec 8 2009, 11:46 AM


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Anyone know how to calculate partial monthly salary?

For Eg. your salary RM2000, and you work for 2 weeks, or 10 working days.

So how will the HR will calculate your salary, how many days it will divide? 20 days, 26days or 30 days.

For sure HR won't give you RM1000 as your paid, it will always unfair to those just work partial of the month or take unpaid leave.

Mind to share what basic your Co will use to calculate? And is there any standard of calculate partial month salary?
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post Dec 8 2009, 11:53 AM


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if company pay u, it sure deduct by 30 in most cases.. if they wanna deduct ur salary, they will deduct by number of working days, eg 22 or 26...
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post Dec 8 2009, 12:01 PM


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Divide by the number of working days in that month, multiply by the number of days you went to work. The sum you get, minus EPF & Socso. That is your salary for that month.
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post Dec 8 2009, 12:11 PM


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Partial work got two types

1) starters and enders (first month/final month)
SALARY / # of days in the month

2) partial work (non starter/ender)
SALARY /26 or other methods as per EA1955 section 60I

However i notis many company will use condition #1 regardless. Technically it can be more favourable either way, depends.

Enders example: John salary is 3000, he resign w.e.f 11 April
so he work 10 days in April

so = 10/30 * 3000 = RM 1000.

Starter example. John Salary 3000, he start work in April 10.
so his salary is 20/30 * 3000

Weekends and off days usually inclusive.

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post Dec 8 2009, 01:02 PM


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Monthly salary divided by number of days in the month times number of days' in service for the month.

Regards, Joey

p.s: It serves as a basic calculation from the above example but in the end it's just some mathematical manipulations here and there.
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post Dec 8 2009, 01:53 PM


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QUOTE(jerryyong @ Dec 8 2009, 12:53 PM)
if company pay u, it sure deduct by 30 in most cases.. if they wanna deduct ur salary, they will deduct by number of working days, eg 22 or 26...
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I think most Co. will follow as jerryyong describe. You never get advantage over HR.
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post Dec 8 2009, 03:33 PM


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i think each HR has a special formula to count this....

i remember when i first work in this company, 1sth and 2nd day of the month fall on sat n sun, my salary was deducted too...
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post Dec 8 2009, 04:24 PM


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Precisely. It is dependent on the policy of how one is going to calculate the pro rated salary. This has been shown by "vey99". There's a few variations and I have therefore mentioned that it's just some mathematical manipulations here and there depending on your HRM policy.

Regards, Joey
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post Dec 8 2009, 08:42 PM


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When it comes to salary payment, normally no two companies uses the same policy, unless stated in Labour Law.

Anyway, here's my experience:
I quit my first job after working there for about a year. I have worked until the 7th of the month (just an example, don't really remember the details), that was including one weekend. It's like I have worked for a week, so I would expect to get about 25% of salary for that month. Anyway, the HR paid me only 5 x (salary/30). I was like WTF?

Then I joined the new company the next day, and at the end of the month, I was paid full monthly salary. The new HR wasn't that calculative to exclude my first week pay because I was not with them yet.
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post Dec 8 2009, 10:17 PM


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basically just divide by number of days in that month
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