Employee Handbook for HackerBay, Inc.

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Salary and Leave Policy

How is Salary Calculated

Leave Policy


Example 1: An intern works 20 hours/week. 80 hours a month (instead of working full time 160). It’s not fair for us to pay him for 16 hours of paid leaves (10% of 160). Instead we pay him for 8 hours of paid leaves (10% of 80).

Example 2: An admin works for 10 hours a week. 40 hours/month. His paid leave will be 10% of his total hours in a month which would be equal to 4 hours. We don’t want someone who works less to get more paid leave as someone who works full time. This would be fair to everyone.

Example 3: An Employee works 176 hours/month. He would get 17.6 hours of paid leaves (10% of 176) which is equal to more than 2 days of paid leaves.

Apply for leaves

Medical Leave

Partial Leaves

If you’re working part time any day then fill up a leave form. There’s now a way to mark a “partial leave”. Make sure you submit a partial leave at least 1 day in advance and have it approved by me. You can see the approval status on your dashboard. If you don’t do this then the bot which computes your salary will automatically register a violation and deducts your salary accordingly in this case. Make sure you also report to the client if you’re working with the client. If you submit the form on the same day. It’ll not be considered and will not be approved.

Maternity Leave:



If you do not fll the standup form on Employee Dashboard, you will lose half of your pay-check for a day.

Office and Work Hours