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Good day lovely people,how are you all doing just have another question please bear with me just trying to get it right
my wife works as a care support staff (Permanent employment) with a vary salary every month
The work hour and and overtime varies but she gets and average of 15 days work hour in a month this can be more. so in a month she average :1550(workhour and overtime) or more depending on days she get and the overtime
break down
work hour is 11 hour a day @7.5 pound/hour
overtime is fixed @25
for example for January 15 days =1237.5
February 16days =1320
march 16 days =1320
April 15 days=1320
May 18 days =1485
June 13 days =1072
total =7754.5X12=19546.5

overtime
January =350
Feb =475
march =350
April =475
may =525
June =350

total=2175/6=420X12=5050


now I added £19546.5+£5050=£24596.5(annual gross salary) correct ?
or the lowest monthly pay £1072 x 12 =£12,864 +£5050(overtime)=£17914. which one should I base on?
 

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For unsalaried (hourly) employment, they will base the annualised salary on the total amount paid over the 6 month period, rather than lowest payslip. The calculation is made for both base wages and overtime, and then added together.

However your calculations aren't correct.

Total of payslips (7,754.50) divided by six (=1292,42) multiplied by twelve = 15,509
Plus total of overtime (2,525) divided by six (=420.80) multiplied by twelve = 5,050
Total used toward financial requirement = £20,509
 

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Good day lovely people,how are you all doing just have another question please bear with me just trying to get it right
my wife works as a care support staff (Permanent employment) with a vary salary every month
The work hour and and overtime varies but she gets and average of 15 days work hour in a month this can be more. so in a month she average :1550(workhour and overtime) or more depending on days she get and the overtime
break down
work hour is 11 hour a day @7.5 pound/hour
overtime is fixed @25
for example for January 15 days =1237.5
February 16days =1320
march 16 days =1320
April 15 days=1320
May 18 days =1485
June 13 days =1072
total =7754.5X12=19546.5

overtime
January =350
Feb =475
march =350
April =475
may =525
June =350

total=2175/6=420X12=5050


now I added £19546.5+£5050=£24596.5(annual gross salary) correct ?
or the lowest monthly pay £1072 x 12 =£12,864 +£5050(overtime)=£17914. which one should I base on?
Your explanation is very confusing.

I think this has already been explained to you. If you get paid hourly, you are non-salaried, so you need to add up your 6 months pay (including your overtime), divide by six then multiply by 12. Make sure you are using your most recent 6 months payslips.

(You can do that same calculation separately for your salary and your overtime then add them both together like you did above, it will equal the same).

However, make sure you are doing your calculations correctly.

You should NOT be multiplying 7754.5 by 12.

7754.5 x 12 does NOT equal 19546.5.
 

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For unsalaried (hourly) employment, they will base the annualised salary on the total amount paid over the 6 month period, rather than lowest payslip. The calculation is made for both base wages and overtime, and then added together.

However your calculations aren't correct.

Total of payslips (7,754.50) divided by six (=1292,42) multiplied by twelve = 15,509
Plus total of overtime (2,525) divided by six (=420.80) multiplied by twelve = 5,050
Total used toward financial requirement = £20,509
thank you for the corrections and you prompt response i now understand that.
but she is on a permanent job not contract but her shift varies per month from 15 day to 18 days and this as explained
1.so will all this variation in salary be captures on her payslip

2. she as been on this job for 8 month under which category can she apply
3.you stated that she is on unsalaried hourly i dont understand what you mean by unsalaried as she is on a permanent job and the salary only varies
 

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1. I don't know what's on her payslips.

2. Category A

3. If she is working an hourly wage, she is not earning the same amount in each paycheck, therefore she is considered "unsalaried". Hourly (unsalaried) pay is calculated differently from salaried pay because it varies.
 

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1. I don't know what's on her payslips.

2. Category A

3. If she is working an hourly wage, she is not earning the same amount in each paycheck, therefore she is considered "unsalaried". Hourly (unsalaried) pay is calculated differently from salaried pay because it varies.
Thanks i get it now i appreciate you sincere answer.
 
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