What is this:
"ADW" stands for "Average Daily Wages". This payroll variable returns Average Daily Wages calculated by Backstage.
Value will be returned:
Returns Average Daily Wages calculated based on previous payrolls and setting in Job Order Template. By default the ADW of current month is returned.
To comply with Labour Ordinance, instead of using typical daily rate, you will be using ADW as daily rate.
When staff has an increase in salary, the current daily rate is usually higher than the average daily wages. You may want to pay the higher rate to the staff. In this case you can use the variation, of which Backstage will compare the current daily rate (as defined by the first result from pay type which is "Basic Salary"):
According to the regulation, leave started in previous month will be paid by Average Daily Wages applicable based on the start date of the leave. The ADW from previous month is likely different from the current ADW, in this case you are required to create another pay type and pay in a different unit rate:
And usually this works together with the Leave Day variation, which counts only days of leave with start date in previous month:
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