If your employees work on a public holiday, by default, you as the employer should pay him/her an additional day's pay.

Essentially:

  • Your employee's monthly gross salary already includes payment for the holiday, so you only need to pay him/her an additional day’s pay

  • If your employee is absent without reason on the working day before or after the holiday, he/she is not entitled to the holiday pay. You can therefore deduct one day’s pay (or no pay leave) at the gross rate from your monthly gross salary.

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In Talenox, you can process Public Holiday Pay under the Hourly/Daily Attendance tab:

Thereafter, key in the total number of days and the figures will be auto-calculated under Amount field.

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Alternatively, by mutual agreement, your employee can get a public holiday in lieu instead. (Here's an article to guide you how to set it up in Talenox) 😎

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