You will need

- - employment contract;
- - internal regulations;
- - order form T-11 or T-11a.

Instruction

1

If your enterprise premium paid as a percentage of

**salary**, and each employee agreed to pay the same percentage, multiply the salary paid on a percentage of the award. To the resulting figure, which is equal to the premium, add the amount of the salary, over-charge regional coefficient, subtract income tax and the advance is issued.2

For employees by hourly wage rate, count the earned amount, multiply the percentage of the award, add salary, accrued regional coefficient, subtract income tax and the advance is issued. The remaining amount will be the salary for the current month with the prize.

3

For employees receiving a wage 4from production, calculate the amount of production for the current month, multiply by the percentage given prizes, add salary, regional coefficient, subtract income tax.

4

If the award is issued in fixed amounts, you need to add it to the

**salary**, to calculate the area ratio, subtract income tax and the advance is issued.5

Similarly, the charge of the quarterly and annual

**award**, if it is decided to pay in connection with the successful operation of the enterprise. To calculate add up all the earned amount for the billing period, multiply the percentage of the award. You will receive the amount to be paid as the prize.6

Before paying any prize, the Director is obliged to issue a uniform order form T-11 or T-11a. The first order issued for the payment of the award to the same employee, the second – the team of employees of the company, workshop or business unit.

7

If the percentage of premium to

**salary**or fixed cash amount is different for each employee, it is rational to issue a separate order form T-11 for each prize. If you decide to give the same percentage or fixed cash amount, regardless of position, you can arrange the order of the # T-11a.