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Calculation of Weekly,Monthly and annual working hours in WSR

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My client is having working hours of 7.25 hours/day...In this case how to calculate Weekly,Monthly and annual working hours in Work schedule rule

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Mohan

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 05:44 PM

    You need a Daily Work Schedule of 7.25 hours, a Periodic Work Schedule using that DWS. and a Work Schedule Rule using that PWS.

    For the Weekly Hours, you should refer to your PWS (we use 5 working days per week).

    For the Annual Hours, since a year contains 52 weeks and one day, you could multiply the number of Weekly Hours by 52.14286 (or 365/7), but we just multiply the Daily Work Hours by 260 (or 52 weeks of 5 days).

    Once you establish the Annual Hours, divide that amount by 12 and you'll get the Monthly Hours.

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    • If I understand you correctly, the "standard" work week is 6 days of 7.5 hours each, or 45 hours, and the "alternative" week is 5 days of 7.5 hours, or 37.5 hours.

      Therefore,I would set the Periodic Work Schedule with

      Weekly Working Hours = 45.00 hours (6 x 7.5 h),

      Ànnual Working Hours = 2340 hours (45 hrs/wk x 52 weeks), and

      Monthly Working Hours = 195 hours (2340 hrs/yr / 12 mo)

      Alternatively, you could set-up the Weekly Working Hours as the average of (Wk1+Wk2)/2, or

      Weekly Working Hours = 41.25 hours (sum of (45+37.5)/2),

      Ànnual Working Hours = 2145 hours (41.25 hrs/wk x 52 weeks), and

      Monthly Working Hours = 178.75 hours (2145 hrs/yr / 12 mo)

      but you would have to be aware of how you calculated these numbers when using these values in a pcr (as mentioned by Junga Gunja).

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