Section 7 Payment of annual salaries

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7.1 The annual salaries of full-time employees who are paid monthly shall be apportioned as set out in Table 4.

Table 4

For each calendar month For each odd day
(including Sundays and Saturdays, in the case of a working week of five days)
one twelfth of the annual salary the monthly sum divided by the number of days in the particular month

7.2 The annual salaries of full-time employees who are paid weekly shall be apportioned as set out in Table 5.

Table 5

 For each week For each odd day
(including Sundays and Saturdays in the case of a working week of five days)
 7/365ths of the annual salary  the weekly sum divided by 7

Part-time or "sessional" staff in month of joining or leaving

7.3. The annual salaries of part-time or sessional staff who are paid monthly or weekly should be apportioned as above, except in the months or weeks in which employment commences or terminates, when they should be paid for the hours or sessions worked.

Full-time employees leaving one NHS employer to join another

7.4. Where full-time salaried employees terminate their employment immediately before a weekend and/or a public holiday and take up a new salaried post with another NHS employer immediately after that weekend and/or that public holiday, payment for the intervening day or days, i.e. the Saturday (in the case of a five day working week) and/or the Sunday and/or the public holiday, shall be made by the first employer.

Pay circular (AforC) 2/2013: amendment number 28


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