How to calculate holiday

How to calculate holiday
 According to the Russian Labour Code, the number of days of leave shall not be less than 28 per calendar year of operation. In that case, if the year is not fully worked out, it is necessary to calculate the appropriate number of days of rest.
 According to the Labor Code, the manager must provide annual paid leave to their employees. Typically, the overall duration may be divided. For example, in respect of one employee's annual leave may be divided into two parts. The main condition is that one of the parts should not be less than fourteen days.

Annual paid leave is calculated on the basis of average earnings and years of service, which must be continuous. This Code was approved procedure for calculating the position of vacation days. On the basis of this regulation, it can be concluded that the accounting period shall extend the following days:

- Days when the employee was present at work;
- The days of enforced idleness;
- Days when the employee to be on leave without pay (if the number of days does not exceed 14 s);
- Days when the employee was a business trip, on a service mission.

To get all the above information, it is sufficient to take the timesheets, which is maintained at each facility. Adding all days, subtract time those months in which when aggregated received less than 15-days of work. For example, the manager worked Ivanov 8 months, one of which was absent from work for 16 days. All this time he was on leave without pay. Thus, to calculate the number of months taken equal to 7.

With the help of simple mathematical calculations can calculate the appropriate number of days of leave per working month. To do this, divide the total length of the leave period of 12 months. For example, 28 days / 12 = 2 months, 33 days. To determine the length of rest, that number and multiply by the number of months worked. For example, the manager Ivanov put 17 days (2, 33 days * 7 months). According Rosstrudu, the head can be rounded numbers, but only in a big way.

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