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# Wages

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## Mr Mattock

on 15 May 2018

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Wages
Starter
Who gets more?

(a) James earns a salary of £25000 per year.
(b) Siobhan earns £7 per hour.
(c) Aziz earns £425 per week.
(d) Francesca earns £1800 per month.
Main Activity 1
Complete the time cards for the two people
Calculate Wages
Shane earns £5.70 per hour. On Monday Shane works from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, with an hour for lunch (which is unpaid). Work out how much Shane earns on Monday.

On Tuesday Shane works 8:30 am to 7pm. The final 1 hour and 30 minutes is overtime paid at time and a half. Work out how much Shane earns on Tuesday.
Starter
Who gets more?

(a) James earns a salary of £25000 per year.
(b) Siobhan earns £7 per hour.
(c) Aziz earns £425 per week.
= £22100 per year
(d) Francesca earns £1800 per month.

= £21600 per year
Siobhan would have to work for 3572 hours
which is nearly 10 hours per day, to earn more.
Calculate Wages
Shane earns £5.70 per hour. On Monday Shane works from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, with an hour for lunch (which is unpaid). Work out how much Shane earns on Monday.

£5.70 x 8 hours = £45.60
On Tuesday Shane works 8:30 am to 7pm. The final 1 hour and 30 minutes is overtime paid at time and a half. Work out how much Shane earns on Tuesday.
£5.70 x 1.5 = £8.55
£5.70 x 8 + £8.55 x 1.5 =

£58.43
Main Activity 1
Complete the time cards for the two people
Activity 2
Complete the exam question by answering each bullet point in your teams.
Activity 2
Complete the exam question by answering each bullet point in your teams.
L.O. - Calculate wages and overtime.
8 + 9 + 9 + 10 + 7 = 43 (1 Mark)
40 x £5.78 = £231.20 (1 Mark)
£257.21 - £231.20 = £26.01 (1 Mark ft)
£26.01/3 (1 Mark ft)
£8.67 (cao)
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