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Sir, Please tell me how to calculate DA (if new da come to add) some employees are gaining DA & some are not thanks & regards
From India, Lucknow
dear DA stands for daily allowance . if iam not at wrong , the policy varies from company to company and also the designation is considered while calaulatind DA as per my knowledge Directors DA =Rs 3000 per day outstation (with in coutry ) Sr Manager =Rs 2500 per day outstation (with in coutry ) Manager DA =Rs 2000 per day outstation (with in coutry ) it excldes borading and lodging charges
From Pakistan
DA stands for Dearness Allowance. The rate of DA depends on the policy of the respective organisation. It is expected to reflect the cost of living index of the place of working. It is usually calculated as a percentage of basic salary. A variant of this is Variable DA or Industrial DA which is also based on the consumer price index. Normally, VDA is an essential part of minimum wages fixed by the government. Regards, Madhu.T.K
From India, Kannur
DA stands for Daily Allowance and Dearness Allowance Daily allowance is granted to meet the expenditure which are met when the employee happens to serve in place other than his head quarters Dearness Allowance is an allowance granted to compensate the short fall in pay structure. Generally both should be calculated based on the basic pay and the station where the employee happen to move. There may also be another way. That is fixed DA for basic pay depending upon the station where the employee happen to move. Example when moving around metropolitan cities, State Headquarters, District Headquarters, Hill sttaions, Villages, and in IT field at foreign countries, the Daily allowance may vary. In the case of Dearness Allowance the above policy is not followed. It is a fixed percentage irrespective of the place of work. sengailingam

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