80% Wage Calculator

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How do I calculate my regular hours?
How do I calculate my regular weekly income?

Because you work hours per week, your employer will receive a subsidy of $

Because your regular weekly income of $ is less than the subsidy amount of $, you should be paid 100% of your regular weekly income.

Because your regular weekly income of $ is more than the subsidy amount of $, and 80% of your regular weekly income is $ which is less than the subsidy, you should be paid the subsidy amount.

Because your regular weekly income of $ is more than the subsidy amount of $, you should be paid 80% of your income.

The amount you should be paid per week is $ before tax.

Further information

You must be paid your normal wages unless the employer genuinely can’t afford to do so and has gone through a proper consultation process to reduce your hours to 80%.

If you are being paid at 80% this calculator helps you work out the correct pay. All numbers are gross (before tax) not net (after tax and other deductions like student loans, kiwisaver etc) pay.

If you are unsure what your pay and hours situation is you can use this questionnaire to figure it out. You can click here for more info on the wage subsidy.

Click here for more info on the wage subsidy.

You can find out whether your employer has received the wage subsidy here.

Disclaimer

This information is provided for illustration purposes only and the results are based on the accuracy of information provided. Any calculations made by this calculator are intended to be used as a guide only and must not be relied on by any reason as conclusive. Unite Union will not store the information provided in this calculator. Unite Union does not accept any responsibility for any loss, costs, or liability directly or indirectly incurred by persons who rely on any amount calculated by this calculator.