overtime

New! Hours and days worked per week

For quite some time now, people have been asking me to correct two little assumptions that the Salary Calculator makes:

  1. The “Daily” results are based on a 5-day working week
  2. The overtime calculations are based on a 37.5-hour working week (apart from on the hourly wage calculator)

I have now added these two things as options on the calculator. On the “Additional Options” tab you can choose the number of days worked per week, and the “Daily” results column will reflect what you choose. On the “Overtime” tab, you can change the number of hours in a normal week (i.e., not including overtime), and this will affect the overtime rates.

It’s only a small change, but hopefully some of you will find it useful! Head over to The Salary Calculator to check it out.

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