Posted by: Jackie | 2019/10/18

Calculating Annual Leave with 2 different employers

Hi there I have a colleague who's time is split 50/50 with another employer - she works with us every other week doing admin, and the she works for someone else during the alternative weeks doing childcare. As she works for each employer for half the year each, how would her annual leave be calculated? Who needs to give her what leave? Should she get half the annual amount we get here at the office as she is only here half the year (we get 18 days, so she would get 9 days), and as she has no agreement in place about it with her other employer, should she at the very least get 7.5 days (half the legal requirement) for the same reason? Looking forward to your guidance in this regard

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- 2019/10/21

Calculating Annual leave with 2 different employers

The calculation of leave can be done on the basis of 1 hours leave for every 17 hours worked.

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