Relevant daily pay
Relevant daily pay means paying an employee what they would have earned if they were at work on the day. This also:
Calculating annual holiday payments: Average weekly earnings
Average weekly earnings are worked out by calculating gross earnings over the 12 months prior to the end of the last payroll period before the annual holiday is taken, and dividing that figure by 52.
Calculating annual holiday payments: Ordinary weekly pay
For many people, ordinary weekly pay is quite clear because they are paid the same amount each week. If an employment agreement has a specific amount for ordinary weekly pay, this can only be used if it is the same or greater than the amount calculated by using the following method.
Using relevant daily pay
Employers should always attempt to calculate an employee’s relevant daily pay first.
Position statement employment agreements in agriculture industry
This statement sets out the Labour
This statement sets out the Labour Inspectorate’s position on how providing accommodation and other goods and services should be dealt with to make sure the requirements of the Minimum Wage Act 1983 are met.
Labour Inspectorate Position Statement Work In A Business Without Payment of Wages
Leave and holiday record
Payment for holidays and leave
FAQs Working for accommodation