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mackenzie Avatar
8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Hi, I was supposed to get a works redundancy bonus of £125 over 10 weeks which works out at £1500.00. I was told i needed to achieve 95% attendance to get it. I'm not good with percentages so can anyone tell me how many days off i could have before it went below 95%. I had 10 weeks notice. Sorry if it sounds confusing. Thanks for any help.
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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Assuming a 5 day working week, 5% off is 2.5 days..
#2
Hi, Yeh a 5 day working week. Thanks for your help.

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Cheers :)
#4
god, where did you work?

£1500 redundacy aint that much as i got £1200 for just over 4 years.

I can only assume that you work PT. if not, i would check the T&C's on redun pay. its not always down to years of service, as age now comes into it!
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based on 5 days a week, 4 weeks a month, 12 months a year, over 10 years thats 2,470 days AT WORK out of 2600

based on 5 days a week, 52 weeks a year, 10 years thats 2280 days AT WORK out of 2400

Although I'm guessing they cant say 95% attendance because, for example, if you work 240 days a year (approx), then less you allocated holidays which you will lose if you dont take them is 240 - 24 per year (228per year working x 10 = 2280)

all depends if they dont take into acct your holidays. are they talking about unauthourised absence / sickness?
#6
Hi, I got statutory redundancy pay which was £2420 and the company i worked for gave me an extra £125 a week for each weeks notice i worked which adds upto £1250 not £1500 as i said above sorry. Yeh there talking about unauthourised absence / sickness. Thanks for your help. Rep left.
#7
Holidays are worked into your hours by percentages so you can't use them in this instance, as i said you have 2 and a half days 'sickness' allowed based on a standard 7.5 hr shift/5 days per week etc shift pattern.
#8
Beefnoodlez
Holidays are worked into your hours by percentages so you can't use them in this instance, as i said you have 2 and a half days 'sickness' allowed based on a standard 7.5 hr shift/5 days per week etc shift pattern.


Thank you :thumbsup:
#9
mackenzie
Hi, I got statutory redundancy pay which was £2420 and the company i worked for gave me an extra £125 a week for each weeks notice i worked which adds upto £1250 not £1500 as i said above sorry. Yeh there talking about unauthourised absence / sickness. Thanks for your help. Rep left.


so you got almost 2700? brill! me thinks you should share that with the helpers (like me), who are nearer to your final figure than you lol
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52 weeks a year less say 4 weeks holiday less 8 days bank holiday = 46 weeks & 2 days = 232 days

5% of 232 = 11.6 days per year.

no idea where someone gets 2.5 days from!

EDIT: I see now that you just want the calc over 10 weeks so 2.5 days is correct if that is what you mean.
#11
Disco
so you got almost 2700? brill! me thinks you should share that with the helpers (like me), who are nearer to your final figure than you lol


lol i wish i could spread it around but i've already spent it :-D

csiman
52 weeks a year less say 4 weeks holiday less 8 days bank holiday = 46 weeks & 2 days = 232 days

5% of 232 = 11.6 days per year.

no idea where someone gets 2.5 days from!

EDIT: I see now that you just want the calc over 10 weeks so 2.5 days is correct if that is what you mean.


Hi, Yeh i wanted to know how many days over 10 weeks. Thanks for your help :thumbsup:
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