Your salary calculation may vary depending on your employment contract. Here is an explanation of two common types of contracts and how salary is usually calculated:
1. 0-hour contract:
With a 0-hour contract, you have no guaranteed hours per week or month. You work as needed and according to your employer's needs. So your salary may vary based on the number of hours you actually worked. You also receive your vacation pay monthly, this amount is calculated based on your total earnings over a given period and is usually a fixed percentage of your gross income.
2. Hourly contract:
With an hours contract, you have a set number of hours per week or month that you have to work. Your salary is usually calculated based on your gross hourly wage multiplied by the number of hours you worked. If you want to receive vacation pay, you can choose to have it paid on top of your regular salary or have it paid once a year.
It is important to read and understand the employment contract carefully, as they may vary depending on the specific terms agreed upon. If you have questions about your salary calculation or vacation pay, contact your manager. They can provide you with detailed information on how your salary is calculated.