Minimum Wage Reference Calculator
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The Minimum Wage Reference Calculator programme is a simple tool to assist employers and employees to quickly and initially compute the minimum wage for the more common work patterns for reference. After entering all basic information (including hours worked and wages) and pressing the "Generate Report" button, the programme will work out the amount of minimum wage and the wages payable to the employee to see if the minimum wage requirement is met.


This calculator programme works according to the data (including hours worked and wages) you have entered and certain assumptions on wage calculations.  The computation results generated by the calculator programme are for quick and initial reference.  Accurate calculations would require consideration of other factors like the terms and conditions under the employment contract and the actual hours worked/leave taken in the month etc.  Since these factors would vary from case to case, they may not be able to be reflected fully in the computation.  The Labour Department accepts no liability for any loss arising from or related to the use of the information.  The information generated by this calculator programme should neither be used in any legal proceedings nor be regarded as evidence in pursuing any claim.

For details about minimum wage calculations, please refer to the Statutory Minimum Wage: Reference Guidelines for Employers and Employees or call the 24-hour Enquiry Hotline 2717 1771 (handled by "1823").

Compute minimum wage from 1 May 2019

($37.5 per hour)*
* If 1 May 2019 falls within a wage period, the SMW rate of $37.5 per hour applies to any
hour worked on or after 1 May 2019 in calculating minimum wage for that wage period.
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