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Date of Accident

 

Average number of working days per week

 

Average Monthly Earnings

 

Calculate Average Monthly Earnings
Monthly gross rate of pay

 

Calculate gross rate of pay
Employer CPF contribution percentage

 

Find out the employer CPF contribution rate

Average earnings per day = ($ * months) / ( weeks * day(s))
= S$ 

Actual wages per day inclusive of CPF contribution = (($ * months) / ( weeks * day(s))) * %
= S$ 

Light duties days

Start Date
End Date
Rest Days
Public Holidays

 

Light duties days
No. of Rest Days & Public Holidays

Outpatient medical leave days

Start Date
End Date
Rest Days
Public Holidays

 

Outpatient medical leave days
No. of Rest Days & Public Holidays

Employers are required to top up the compensation payable if the employee’s earned salary while on light duties is less than:
(a) the average monthly earnings (AME) for the first 14 days of light duty and medical leave; or
(b) 2/3 of the AME for subsequent days of light duty or medical leave up to 1 year from the date of accident.

The injured employee was given days of light duties and days of outpatient medical leave .

The amount to top up for light duties = * ($ - $) + * ($ - $)
= S$ 

No top up is required as earned salary is higher than the average monthly earnings.

No top up is required as earned salary is higher than the average monthly earnings.

The above information is only indicative and non-determinant to the Commissioner's assessment for a valid claim.