Employers can use this holiday calculator to calculate annual leave entitlements. The holiday calculator can also be used for holiday calculations for employees who begin mid-year or who have taken annual leave.
To access the annual leave entitlement calculator, employers should enter the following information: The employee's working days, the standard annual allowance of the company (for full-time employees), and the date the employee began and stopped working. This information is added to the closest full holiday day. You can also buy Pro-rata and Annual Leave Entitlement Calculator in the UK.
What does pro-rata mean?
Latin for "proportionally", or a "proportion," pro-rata means "proportionally". Pro-rata refers to the salary and holidays that job holders would receive for their job.
Half-time or part-time employees, as well as employees who begin mid-year, will have their annual prorated leave entitlements and salaries calculated on a pro-rata basis.
This holiday calculator calculates how many holiday workers are entitled to a prorated agreement. You can also read the manual to see how it works.
How can you calculate pro-rata holidays?
A pro-rata annual leave entitlement is available to employees who aren't full-time workers. This calculation is based upon how many hours an employee works each week and how many days.
An employee joining the company on 01/03/2019 might have their annual leave allowance advertised at 25 days pro-rata in the job description (beginning 01/01/2019). Full-time employees would get 21 days of annual leaves.
Employee's status, as well as whether they work part-time or full-time, will affect how pro-rata holiday is calculated.