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  1. Janie
    August 19, 2020 @ 8:10 am

    Hi,

    I worked as a full time employee for 3 months so i would count 7 days worked days per week?

    the other 3 months i was casual 3-7 days per week, would I then only count the hours worked?

    Am I right to say to count a full day of work would be 7.6 hours per day based on 38 hours per week?

    For example if 1 week I worked 32 hours, 32/7.6=4.2 days. Does the decimal matters?

    Thank you

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    • Julian
      August 19, 2020 @ 8:19 am

      Hi Janie,

      thanks for the comment.
      In most industries if you worked 38hours a week you can count the whole week (7days).

      For casual you simply count the hours per week and see how many days of fulltime that would be. Decimals don’t matter, so just skip the 0,2days for your counting.
      Then it should be alright.

      Safe travels,

      Julian

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      • Janie
        August 19, 2020 @ 8:37 am

        Thanks Julian for your fast reply,

        So if I work more than 38 hours per week I still only count it as 7 days? Or can the extra hours count towards the shorter weeks?

        I’m working towards the 179 days of specified work and I don’t want to miss out or miscalculate any hours/days

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        • Julian
          August 20, 2020 @ 12:29 am

          Hi Janie,

          yes you can’t carry over additional hours. So the maximum you can count for a weeks is 7 days.
          There is no option to take additional hours into the next week to fill up missing hours there.

          Cheers Julian

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