The report creates a calculation for use as a basis for the holiday salary reservation.
You can select the printout type from options HTML or Excel.
The report is run by person group. The selection person group means the groups that the person belongs to, not his/her reporting group. The selection PERSONS brings all employees’ information to the report. Each person’s information is shown as a separate row. Persons in status Inactive and persons, for whom holiday calculation is not used, are not included in the report.
The default value of the target year and month is the end of the current holiday year.
When you have made the selections. click the Show holiday reservation report button.
The Back button returns you to the Salary reports view.
The report in html format:
Information and calculation
The report shows the accumulated, used and unused holidays for the latest holidays year and previous holiday years. The information is retrieved from the Holiday rights in the salary info. Months in the same holiday year as the report’s selected target year and month are regarded as months belonging to the holiday year. The report uses the salary slips’ holiday year information to determine whether the amount of used holidays belongs to the latest holiday year or to previous holiday years.
Person who earns a monthly salary
For a monthly salary earner, the salary used in calculations for the latest salary year and for previous salary years is the Salary in money as defined in the Salary base. That sum is divided by 25, and the quotient is then multiplied by the amount of unused holidays. This is the calculation method of holiday salary reservation from previous holiday years, from the current holiday year and in total for a person who earns a monthly salary.
Hourly salary earner
For an hourly-paid person with holiday code 14 days, the salary used in calculation is the holiday year’s salary for working hours excluding overtime. The sums are divided by the amount of applicable working days from the salary slips, and the quotient is then multiplied by the coefficients from the table in the Annual Holidays Act, Chapter 3, section 11. This is the calculation method of holiday salary reservation from previous holiday years, from the current holiday year and in total for a person who has an hourly salary.
For a person who is paid monthly with holiday code 35 hours, the salary used in calculation is the holiday year’s salary for working hours excluding overtime. If the employment has lasted less than one year, the holiday salary reservation is 9% of the salary used in calculation. If the employment has lasted longer, the holiday salary reservation is 11.5% of the salary used in calculation.
Person who has a commission salary
For a person who has a salary row with the Commission type in any of his/her salary slips, the same calculation method of holiday salary reservation is used as that for an hourly-paid person with holiday code 14. The calculation type then contains the expression “commission salary”. If you want to find out how much of the salary is commission salary, you can see it for example in the Salaries reporting.
Old information of a person who has hourly and commission salary
When you implement Procountor on persons who earn hourly or commission salary, you must create a salary slip for the holiday year containing salary paid for working hours and the amount of workdays warranting holidays (The amount of days warranting holidays field in the salary slip), if you want the holiday reservation report to calculate the holiday reservation for those persons in the first holiday year. Depending on the time of the year when you implement Procountor, it may be necessary to create a salary slip for the commencing holiday year and another salary slip for the ending holiday year to achieve the correct sums in the annual salary report.
Read more: Entering salaries retroactively
Social expense reservation
Social expense reservation is calculated according to the social expense percentage (which is comprised of employers’ payments) on the basis of the holiday salary reservation.