This guide shows you how to work out annualised hours and holiday entitlement using myhrtoolkit as a powerful annualised hours calculation tool.
Note – Users can be set to one of 2 basic Hours Status: Fixed or Variable Hours.
What follows relates to users set to Fixed hours. Variable hours fall outside the scope of Annualised Hours.
What are annualised hours?
An annualised hours system involves agreeing that someone works a set number of hours per year for an employer; however, there is flexibility over when they work these hours. In many cases, the worker or employee has core set hours and flexibility for when they work their remaining hours.
Within myhrtoolkit, Annualised Hours is an additional value that you can apply to a Fixed hours setting. It allows the input of hours that you expect a user to work within the next 12-month period. You can enter the value as if they were a full time employee and the system calculates their annualised hours holiday entitlement for you.
How to calculate annualised hours with myhrtoolkit
Working out how to calculate annualised hours is easy with myhrtoolkit, which automates a lot of the process for you. Read on to find out how myhrtoolkit can help.
Adding an Annualised Hours value
To add a user’s Annualised Hours, go to> .
To enter the Annualised Hours value, selectunder the relevant period, type the full time value and click .
You can record an Annualised Hours value for each separate Hours Status period (excluding Variable Hours).
If a part time percentage is set, this will be automatically applied to the Annualised Hours value entered.
Annualised hours will generally equal full-time hours per week * 52.14 (365 / 7). some customers may wish to round to 52.
E.g. 37.5 Hours per week * 52.14 = 1955.25 Hours.
Annualised hours calculation
Once you have entered values for Annualised Hours, myhrtoolkit will calculate the amount of hours that the organisation would expect the employee to work over a period of up to 12 months previously. In doing this it will consider previous time periods, the annualised hours values, and the applicable part time percentage.
It will start at ‘Today’ and work back, calculating a rolling 12-month value unless prior to the 12-month window:
- the user reaches their start date;
- there is an Hours status period with no Annualised Hours; or
- there is a period of Variable Hours.
Messages that may display
Certain messages may be displayed in> > .Rolling 12 months
This means that the Annualised Hours are working and it is able to calculate a rolling 12 months.Average annualised hours for incomplete year: from <Date>
This tells you that the myhrtoolkit HR system is unable to calculate a full 12 months prior to the date shown in the message.
This may be due to the employee not having completed a full year, or because the user had a period of Variable hours within the previous 12 months.
It’s also possible that it’s because the employee was Variable Hours within the last 12 months.
The Annualised Hours tab
The Annualised Hours tab focuses purely on the Annualised Hours component of a user’s employment. The system presents information per user and is filterable.
Filtering the Annualised Hours tab
Your users may have a variety of settings, reflecting the changing nature of their employment (and perhaps your organisation). To aid finding the information required, there is an on page filter where you can view:
- All – Shows all users
- Fixed – Lists all periods of Fixed hours for each user
- Annualised – Lists all Annualised Hours periods for each user.
- Variable hours – Lists all periods of Variable hours for each user.
- You are not able to enter an annualised value for periods of Variable Hours.
- A user can have a Fixed Hours period that starts in the future. This period can have an Annualised Hours value recorded against it. This future period and value will not affect the calculation until the start of this future period.