The amount of your salary is linked to your job position. Your salary is determined by your job profile and job level in the current system University Job Classification System.
Your holiday allowance and end-of-year bonus are calculated on the basis of your salary. Your holiday allowance is 8 percent of your gross annual wage, which is based on the minimum gross annual wage laid down in the Collective Labour Agreement. Your end-of-year bonus is 8,3 percent of your gross annual salary, which is based on the minimum gross annual salary laid down in the Collective Labour Agreement. This minimum can be found in the overview of the salary scales.
A lower or higher salary, holiday allowance or end-of-year bonus
Sometimes the salary, end-of-year bonus or holiday allowance that you are paid may be lower or higher than you expected. There may be several reasons for this.
The salary that you are paid may be lower or higher if:
- You have started to either work less hours or more hours.
- You have used your salary in the Selection Model, for example, to supplement your travel expenses or you have exchanged your holiday hours for additional income.
- Your allowance has increased or decreased, because you may have worked irregular working hours.
- You have either received an advance on your salary or this advance has been withheld.
- The reimbursement that you received for your travel expenses has either increased or decreased.
- You have advanced to the next increment.
The holiday allowance or end-of-year bonus that you are paid may be smaller or larger if:
- You have started to work less hours or more hours, which has resulted in a smaller or larger holiday allowance or end-of-year bonus.
- You have used your holiday allowance or end-of-year bonus in the Selection Model, for example, to buy a bicycle.
- The percentage of your payroll tax has changed because you earned more last year.