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Hotdog1

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desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« on: 02-06-19, 05:57PM »
Hi, again I ask for advice as we still don't seem to be getting anywhere...
  So this is other half's wage slip  - He works nights 10 pm - 7 am (Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon/Tues) =  22.50 hrs Contract and also does 15 hrs every week Flexi.
He has done this since the start
 This totals per week to 37.5 hrs a week.
Now I also work for Tesco and on my payslip I can work out that my hours (9.5 per week X 4 = 38  equals my Basic Pay of £320.18-
 so can anyone tell me why he only has a basic pay of  £695.17 ?
 Because when I work it - I get   £695.17 ÷ £8.426 = 82.5 hours ?!??.
 Should the Basic Pay bit say (22.50 x £8.426 = £758.34 )
 Following that  is it all wrong because he actually works 37.5 hours  x 4 weeks = 150 hours per month = £1263.90 
before any premiums and before tax and NI
 Any advice from someone who knows would be a great help - Thanks

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #1 on: 02-06-19, 06:46PM »
Do you know that his tax code is wrong ?? He's paying emergency tax .

Hotdog1

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #2 on: 02-06-19, 08:45PM »
His Tax Code further above  ( cant see in picture)  is
1257T
 we claim that Marriage allowance thingy -

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #3 on: 02-06-19, 08:46PM »
Do you know that his tax code is wrong ?? He's paying emergency tax .

I found this on 'Our Tesco'

Remember to quote your National Insurance number and tax reference number when you contact the tax office. The tax reference that must be quoted in all correspondence to confirm you work for Tesco is: 846/T1. If, as part of your contract of employment, you receive any taxablebenefits you will receive a P11D form every April.

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #4 on: 02-06-19, 09:07PM »
You need to take his breaks off before you work out his basic pay as they are unpaid.

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #5 on: 02-06-19, 09:27PM »
If he does 22.5 hours of his shift as contracted and 15 hours as "flexi", does that mean they treat the 15 hours as overtime? If so, the basic pay will be 90x8.462, (22.5 x 4 =90) and there will be another section on the payslip called "overtime" or "night overtime" if it's night overtime, they will include the night premium calculations into the overtime amount (Sunday night overtime if they're including the sunday premium he'd get for working sunday midnight-7am and sunday 10pm-midnight).

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #6 on: 02-06-19, 10:23PM »
22.5x 4 x 8.42   757.80   basic pay
15 hours of x4  x 8.42  is about 505.20
You also receive 2.20 night premium for that shift!!!
It's massively off ...
Have you took off his breaks ? Is it DEFINITELY a 22.5 contract ? If you work 22-7 7.5 hours though as you said.

1. Keep a diary of every single shift he works and keep the flexi forms (good practice for him to get a copy as well as Tesco)
2. Go challenge it it's not right... I strongly suspect exceptions not being completed and your wage clerks not processing pay as no-one signed it off or put it on tablet.

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #7 on: 02-06-19, 10:38PM »
Global Moderator Comment Please do not quote immediately prior post(s).

Hi Mangomuncher -  he is contracted to do 3 days of 10 -7 = 9 hours per day   so 3 x 9hrs = 27 hrs,, then he's entitled to 1.5 hours break per shift - so that's 3 x 1.5 hrs = 4.5 hrs    So  27 hours minus 4.5 hours of breaks = 22.5 hours per 3 days - so yes he's doing 22.50 hours as per his contract - but he's also doing 2 more shifts of 9 hours minus 3 hrs for breaks  so that is also another 15 hours per week.   So is that Basic pay figure wrong still??  I'm beginning to question myself !

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #8 on: 02-06-19, 10:42PM »
You need to take his breaks off before you work out his basic pay as they are unpaid.

I have and it is 22.5  per week - (he does a 9 hour shift with 1.5 hours off for breaks, so that is 7 and half hour shift per day = 22.5 hours over the three days  per week)

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #9 on: 03-06-19, 01:54PM »
I can see from the contract that’s he’s contracted for 3 shifts, totalling 22.5 hours.
Doing some calculations means he has been paid
3 full weeks at 22.5 hours and 1 weeks contracted at 15.0 hours. Was he sick for one contracted shift? Did he take a holiday or bank holiday day off that you have cut off the wageslip?
Overtime......
He has been paid for
20 hours at single time
4 hours at Sunday overtime rate (likely 2200-midnight)
17.25 hours of Sunday Night rate (hours after midnight Saturday night until 0600 Sunday morning)
In total, he has 41.25 hours of OT, I can’t see if he has any NP2 rate, if he works a night shift on overtime that ISN’T a Saturday night, he should be paid NOT rate which is Night Overtime Rate

Is he a night worker? Are there premiums listed on his wageslip for his contracted pay?

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #10 on: 03-06-19, 03:34PM »
I think it would hellp if i posted all his payslip? 

Cairney39

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #11 on: 03-06-19, 04:14PM »
If you want help, it’s only the payment column and the far right bit, in the middle that indicates if bank holidays have been taken that I’d need. But from what you’ve posted, I’ve told you what he’s been paid. It will also depend on what specific 2 days extra he does a week.
If he’s had no contractual (holidays, sickness, bank holidays) time off AT ALL since Friday 3rd May and you have a list of all the overtime he has worked from Friday 26th April until Thursday 23rd May, including night shift on Thursday 24/05 if relevant, then it should be quite easy to work out what’s gone wrong.
« Last Edit: 03-06-19, 04:15PM by Cairney39 »

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Re: desperate for help and advice RE -pay
« Reply #12 on: 03-06-19, 07:37PM »
I see my error now .   :D