Annualised hours calc - how?

(5 Posts)
OlafLovesAnna Wed 25-May-16 08:42:54

Also posted in chat but probably better here.

I've been asked to put forward an idea of what hours I would like for an NHS job.

I'd ideally like 25, they'd ideally like 30 so I thought of offering annualised hours as something which might suit us both but I can't find a calculator or formula anywhere?

Anyone able to point me towards some clever whizzy website?

daisychain01 Thu 26-May-16 17:14:39

You haven't given a lot of info to go on, but I'm wondering why do you need to do annualised hours, if you already know the weekly hours amount to somewhere between 25 and 30? Why get any more complicated than that?

Just multiply by working weeks, then tell them it would need to have the holiday hours pro-rata'd. Isn't that what HR departments are for?

flowery Thu 26-May-16 18:03:37

If it's NHS, iirc there is an annualised hours policy under Agenda for Change isn't there? In which case how they handle calculations, holiday etc will probably be in there.

Sounbelievablydull Mon 30-May-16 21:35:10

Yes there is a calculator that your hours go into it works everything out including bank holidays

OlafLovesAnna Wed 15-Jun-16 18:26:27

Hello, this dropped off my threads but I'm grateful for the advice.

It is an NHS job and the reason I'd prefer annualised hours is that it would benefit both me and the organisation in terms of responding to busy periods by working 30hrs one week for example, but only 20hrs the following week.

I'll have a look for the AfC calculator as the interview is next week and it would be good to have specifics to put to the panel.

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