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jatbaws

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Pay question
« on: 14-12-18, 07:58AM »
Just looked at at my last payslip online I'm a leaver and it has  hol/bank hols leavers pay of £****.** and basic pay of £***.** Cr what is  the Cr for ?, I have been with tesco for 19 years.

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #1 on: 14-12-18, 09:57AM »
You have been credited with any holidays and bank holidays you had accrued before you left the company.

jatbaws

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #2 on: 14-12-18, 10:49AM »
It’s got basic pay £315.98cr
Hol/bank ho leavers pay £1484.24
Total £1168.27  also on this pay slip it got holidays earned 11 bank holidays earned 3 and the last pay slip had  holidays earned 15 bank holidays earned 4 and iv been of on long term sick and used up my sick pay and not used any holidays up for the past year  so why did my holidays go down?

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #3 on: 14-12-18, 03:13PM »
Thats because you have left before the holiday year ends.

You won't be entitled to full years entitlement. If you divide the number you would have had by the number of days in a year then multiply by what you've worked that gives you what you have earned.

Eg... 25 (entitlement for year) ÷365 (days in year) x285 (days this year before leaving) = entitlement earned


jatbaws

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #4 on: 14-12-18, 06:29PM »
It’s the Cr  basic pay a don’t understand I thought Cr is credit but they have taken it off me also I’m sure when I started in June 1999 I had a week lying time

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #5 on: 14-12-18, 07:58PM »
CR is a Dr in some circumstances

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #6 on: 14-12-18, 08:19PM »
CR against basic pay is a debit.

It means they have minused off more hours than you were contracted to since last pay day.

Two reasons potentially:

1) they had overpaid you in a previous pay period (e.g. if you were sick, someone may have not coded you in a previous pay period, resulting in you getting paid too much and they’ve backdated the minus hours to account for this)

They could also have received late notification that you were leaving and have been paying you erroneously.

2) it’s a mistake


Probably number 1.


The amount owed under CR gets taken out of any other final monies owed to you (in your case your holiday leavers pay)

jatbaws

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #7 on: 15-12-18, 11:54AM »
I haven’t been getting payed for the past 5 months as my sick pay had ended all my pay slips were £0  think I’ll just phone them up and see what’s what  when I had my final meeting with store managers she said I was due £1600  levers pay according to her records
« Last Edit: 15-12-18, 11:56AM by jatbaws »

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Re: Pay question
« Reply #8 on: 09-01-19, 09:13PM »
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« Last Edit: 09-01-19, 09:18PM by Charlie Harper »