Admins are able to select whether Holiday Pay in inclusive or exclusive of crew salary via App Settings. This is applicable to UK only.

  1. Go to APP SETTINGS > SETTINGS
  2. Scroll down to HOLIDAY PAY

3. Select which option you need and SAVE.  A dialogue box will appear to alert admins that changes will only impact future jobs.


4. Select PROCEED to save changes

Important Notes on Holiday Pay

  • Holiday pay option only appears/ is relevant to companies that have country set as ‘United Kingdom’ in App Settings
  • Holiday pay is only calculated for ‘Employed’ Crew AND calculated for all Fee types
  • Holiday is always calculated using 12.07%

What does inclusive of Holiday Pay mean?

Inclusive means that Holiday pay is taken from the ‘Salary per person’ for employed Crew. Example:

  • Salary per person: 10 hour Role with £10 hourly fee = £100 
  • Subsistence = £5
  • Fine Gross - £5
  • Fine net - £5
  • Bonus - £20
  • TOTAL AMOUNT = 100 + 5 - 5 - 5 + 20 = £115  (Salary + Subsistence - Fine gross - Fine net  + Bonus)
  • Base pay = £87.93 (Salary  - Holiday pay)
  • Holiday pay = £12.07 (Salary * 0.1207)

What does exclusive of Holiday Pay mean?

Exclusive means that Holiday pay is added onto the ‘Salary per person’ for employed Crew. Example:

  • Salary per person: 10 hour Role with £10 hourly fee = £100 
  • Subsistence = £5
  • Fine Gross - £5
  • Fine net - £5
  • Bonus - £20
  • TOTAL AMOUNT = £127.07 (Salary + Subsistence - Fine gross - Fine net  + Bonus + HOLIDAY PAY)
  • Base pay = £100 (Salary)
  • Holiday pay = £12.07 (Salary * 0.1207)

These details will be displayed in ROLE DETAILS on Job Boards.

NB: When admin changes App Settings only future jobs are affected
       Per job basis
       New jobs created after switch use new calculation but old jobs stay the same

Where will these detail be displayed?

Holiday pay will be displayed in PAY > APPROVALS  and in Payment Reports there is a column for Holiday Pay


To learn how Holiday Pay appears in Crew App read this article 

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