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Re: Hourly rate calculation and 13th salary

There is no single correct option.

http://www.gerichte-zh.ch/themen/arb...echnungen.html

Some helps:

An employee which leaves the company during the year has a pro rata entitlement to the 13th salary.

I would also support this view:
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For example, if you have 8 hrs per day setup, the annual number of hours is 52 weeks x 5 days x 8 hours = 2080 hours.
If you have 10K a month paid 13x => 130K annual salary, it would give an hourly salary of 62.50 (130'000 / 2080)
In a leap year there is one additional day Which decreases the hourly rate a tiny little bit.

This should also work for bookkeeping. Just treat public holidays and vacation as paid days off.
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