To help the accountant and HR specialist, lawyers have developed a production calendar for 2018. It will help to calculate the salaries of employees, and also tell you how much, according to hourly and daily norms, Russians should work and rest.
We will tell you what the quarterly calendar looks like in 2018, and explain the commentary approved to the Government Decree No. 1250.
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The content of the article:
- First quarter of 2018
- Second quarter of 2018
- Third quarter of 2018
- Fourth quarter of 2018
- First and second half of 2018
- General production calendar for 2018
First quarter of the production calendar 2018
The first quarter of 2018 is marked by a large number of holidays and weekends.
The Russians will rest during:
- 14 days in January. There will be only 17 days left for work. This is the shortest working month.
- 9 days in February. Citizens will work in the same month for 21 days.
- 11 days in March. There are 20 days for work this month.
We remind you: February 22 and March 7 will be reduced by 1 working hour. These days are considered pre-holiday days.
The number of days off falling on the spring break, which will last for 4 days, was formed due to the transfer of one day off (Saturday, January 6) to a weekday (Friday, March 9).
So, to summarize, how much will there be in the first quarter of weekends and working days:
- We took 34 days to rest.
- To work – 56 days.
In total, in the first quarter – 90 calendar days.
Working hours for the first quarter of 2018 are distributed as follows:
- With a 40 hour work week 446 hours fall into work in three months. In January, 136 hours were allocated for labor, in February – 151 hours, in March – 159 hours.
- With a 36 hour work week working time will be 401.2 hours. In the first month, the smallest amount – 122.4 hours, in the second month – a little more – 135.8 hours, in the third – 143 hours.
- With a 24 hour week it takes 266.8 hours to work. In January only – 81.6 hours, in February – 90.2 hours, in March – 95 hours.
Second quarter of the production calendar 2018
Let’s see what the indicators are in the second quarter of 2018.
First of all, notice that there will be holidays this quarter. They will be considered days off – May 1, May 9 and June 12…
There are no long vacations, as in the first quarter, so the number of days of rest or days of work in each month is almost the same:
- In April Russians will rest for 9 days and work for 21 days.
- In May citizens will rest for 11 days, and 20 days will remain for work.
- In June 10 days are allotted for rest, and 20 for work.
Pre-holiday days reduced by 1 working hour are April 28 and June 9…
It turns out that in the second quarter of 2018 there are only 91 calendar days, of which:
- 61 days are considered to be a working day.
- 30 days – days off.
May and June holidays of 2018 were extended as a result of the transfer of weekdays:
- Sunday 7 January it was decided to postpone it until Wednesday, May 2.
- Saturday 28 April – on Monday 30 April.
- Saturday 9 June – on Monday 11 June.
Working hours in the second quarter of 2018 were distributed as follows:
- With a 40 hour work week only 485 hours were allocated for work, of which April – 167 hours, in May – 159 hours, in June – 159 hours.
- At a 36 hour week time for work will be 436.2 hours, in particular for the fourth month – 150.2 hours, and for the fifth and sixth months – 143 hours.
- With a 24 hour week working hours will be 289.8 hours: in April – 99.8 hours, and in May and June – 95 hours each.
Third quarter of the production calendar 2018
Formation of reporting for the third quarter will be easier, since there are no holidays and pre-holiday, shortened days. Only weekdays and weekends are marked.
Residents of Russia will rest during:
- 9 days in June, and work in the same month will have 22 days.
- 8 days in August – and work for 23 days.
- 10 days in September, and it will take 20 days to work.
A total of 92 reporting days in the third quarter of 2018:
- 27 are days off.
- 65 are for work.
Working hours in the third quarter of 2018 are distributed as follows:
- At a 40 hour week 520 hours fell on work. In July this figure is 176 hours, in August – 184 hours, and in September – 160 hours.
- At a 36 hour week working time will be 468 hours. In the seventh month this amount is 158.4 hours, in the eighth – 165.6 hours, in the ninth – 144 hours.
- With a 24 hour week Russians will work 312 hours. In July, the working time will be 105.6 hours, in August – 110.4 hours, in September – 96 hours.
Fourth quarter of the production calendar 2018
The fourth quarter is slightly different from the previous ones. There are no long weekends and holidays, but there is only one holiday. It falls on November 4, which is a weekend, Sunday according to the calendar. That is why the Russians will also rest on Monday, November 5th.
If we compare the number of working days and days off in three months, then it is almost the same:
- In October 8 days off are allotted for rest, and 23 working days for work.
- In November 9 days were allocated for rest, 21 days will remain to work.
- In December Russians will rest for 10 days, and work for 21 days.
Note that December 29th is a shortened pre-holiday day. The working day will be reduced by 1 hour.
In total, in the fourth quarter of 2018 there are 92 reporting, calendar days, of which:
- 27 days intended for relaxation.
- 65 days allocated for work.
Working hours at different work weeks in Q4 2018:
- With a 40 hour work week labor time is 519 hours. For October this number is equal to 184 hours, for November – 168 hours, for December – 167 hours.
- At a 36 hour week working hours are noted in the amount of 467 hours. In October, they will have to work for 165.6 hours, in November – 151.2 hours, in December – 150.2 hours.
- With a 24 hour week time for work is allocated in the amount of 311 hours: in October – 110.4 hours, in November – 100.8 hours, in December – 99.8 hours.
The first and second half of the production calendar 2018
We wrote about holidays, weekends and working days above, therefore, we will only note the norms of working hours according to the first and second half of 2018. They will help with calculations.
The working hours for the first half of 2018 are as follows:
- At a 40 hour week time to work will be 931 hours.
- At a 36 hour week working time is 837.4 hours.
- With a 24 hour week time for work was allocated in the amount of 556.6 hours.
Working hours in the second half of 2018 are distributed as follows:
- At a 40 hour week working hours fall on 1039 hours.
- At a 36 hour week the time to work is 935 hours.
- With a 24 hour week 623 hours are allocated for work.
General production calendar for 2018
The total number of calendar days per year – 365 days…
Of these, there are 247 days to work, and 118 days off, holidays…
Working hours for 2018 are distributed as follows:
- At a 40 hour week 1970 hours were allocated for work.
- At a 36 hour week working time will be 1772.4 hours.
- With a 24 hour week labor time is equal to the number – 1179.6 hours.
All clarified comments on the production calendar 2018 were approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.
The general production calendar for 2018 was formed in accordance with the regulations specifying the postponement of weekends.
Calendar for 2018 – weekends, holidays and working days, public holidays and rescheduling in 2018
The relevance of the information in the production calendar corresponds to the legal documentation for 2018.
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