1. Clarissa is considering two job offers. One has an annual salary of $61.1K and the other has an annual salary of $63.4K. What is the difference in the weekly pay for these two jobs? 63,400-61100=2,300
2. Mr. Leonard took a job through an employment agency. The job pays $88K per year. He must pay a fee to the employment agency of 22% of his first four weeks’ pay. How much money must Mr. Leonard pay the agency, to the nearest cent? 88,000/12=7,333.3 12*.22=2.64
3. Mr. Varello is paid semimonthly. His annual salary is $64,333. What is his semimonthly salary, rounded to the nearest cent? …show more content…
Last year, he sold $1,015,092 worth of computer equipment.
How much money did Barry earn last year, to the nearest cent? 1.015, 092*0.0305=30,960.306
10. Ali has worked at a fashion magazine for the last 5 years. Her current annual salary is $64,000.
When she was hired, she was told that she had four days of paid vacation time. For each year that she worked at the magazine, she would gain another three days of paid vacation time to a maximum of 26 days. How many paid
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Georgia Braxton has a take-home pay of $600 a week. With disability insurance coverage that replaced 70 percent of her earnings, what amount would she receive per week after the waiting period?
Name: Amber Smith CAUTION: See "round" rules in Excel Instructions before calculating OT for slaried employees. Enter the appropriate numbers/formulas in the shaded (gray) cells. An asterisk (*) will appear to the right of an incorrect answer. For a breakdown of the solution by chapter, see the worksheet tabs labeled CPP 2 through 6 representing the solutions for chapters 2-6. Continuing Payroll Problem-B
3.2 Credentials. The Executive received her A.B. from Brown University in 1990 and received her M.D. from Harvard University in 1994. Employee is currently enrolled in the MBA program at Fordham University and is specializing in Hospital Administration. She is schedule to receive her MBA before her employment under this Agreement begins.
A vacation of two weeks after 12 months of service and within the following 10 months or, if the employee has been employed with the same employer longer than 8 years, a vacation of at least three weeks
PTO time will allow employees more flexibility when it comes to vacation time, emergencies, and even schedules events that require the individual to miss work. These twelve days will help the employee’s better plan his/ her vacation and other scheduled commitments and drastically reduce the number of unscheduled days off since all the days in one category instead of only allowing five sick days and seven vacation days. However, there will still be some days that the employees cannot request off in advance, but this policy would allow the employee a certain time period to tell the employer they cannot make it to work on a given day. By offering this type of time off structure, it will help the employer more time to plan and prepare for the staff shortage in a more efficient manner. Also, paid time off helps the employer and employee not have to differentiate what is acceptable and applicable to a holiday and sick day and it will help motivate the employees to not use a sick day unless he/ she is actually sick (Hulett, 2007). Therefore, if an employee is rarely sick, then that employee will have more vacation time to use
Paid time off (PTO) is the employer pools sick days, vacation days, and personal days that allows the employees to utilize upon need. this policy pertains mainly in USA as such no legal requirement for minimum number of paid vacation days. the PTO works best in the culture and accountable employee’s environment existing. US companies determine the amount off the pay day off that will be allocated to each employee. In general way PTO system cover, everything from planned vacation to sick leaves .and are becoming more common in human resources management. unlike traditional more plans leave, PTO doesn’t distinguish employee’s absences from personal days or vacation days or sick days. per study conducted in 2010 by WorldatWork, 44% of 387 companies surveyed said they started using PTO bank-type plans prior to year 2000. (Wikipedia -paid of time).
Harvey Finley did a quick double take when he caught a glimpse of the figure representing Ms. Brannen’s salary on the year-end printout. A hurried call to payroll confirmed it. Yes, his receptionist had been paid $127 614.21 for her services last year. As he sat in stunned silence, he had the sudden realization that since his firm was doing so well this year, she would earn at least 10 to 15 percent more money during the current fiscal year. This was a shock, indeed.
In addition, during the four days they have off, they may feel weak and dazed so they will not be able to work a second part-time job if wanted or be with their loved-ones. After working that many hours in such a short period of time, they would need those four days off to compensate for the hard work they just endured.
28 days holiday (paid) for full time employees (part-time employees would receive this on a pro rata basis);
Kelly wanted Patricia to have her full vacation this year and to not be penalized for any miscommunication they might have had in 2016 regarding this issue. Miscommunication that caused Patricia to overtake some vacation time. I changed the vac. time (manually) in Ultipro for 2017 to 80 hours. Patricia hasn’t taken any vacation so far for 2017. Please see attached and keep it with your records.