Banking Staffing Update - May 2016 Request For Banking Staffing Adjustment where staff left during or at the end of Term 1 Banking staffing holiday pay is “capped”, which in Term 1 means that MOE carries the FTTE cost of any holiday FTTES generated. The system does not always manage to remove the holiday pay FTTE component. Look at the final FTTE usage on the relevant Banking Staffing Report for anyone who left. Line it up with the SUE report for the same pay period and check the FTTE total matches just the “Sal” days multiplied by 0.07. (Yes, 0.07 still exists, but only when we are dealing with FTTE usage for teachers who are paid fortnightly – each day is 1/14th of 1 FTTE, or 0.07) If your holiday pay calculation produces a result less than that shown on their final banking staffing report it is likely that you have been “charged” for the HP days as well. Google “Request For Banking Staffing Adjustment Form”, enter the FTTE figures required and send to Resourcing.
Predicting FTTE usage to year end – A 5 minute shortcut! Whether you use the MOE modelling spreadsheet or my Banking Staffing Planner you may find life simpler if you start with a blank sheet and copy just the balance from pp 2 Banking Staffing Report into the pp 2 entitlement box, then fill in entitlement from pp 3 to pp 22 and finally anticipated usage from pp 3 to pp 22 in the usage boxes. If you don’t need to use teachers’ names on the MOE modelling spreadsheet, just label the first teacher box as “Usage” and enter total anticipated FTTE usage straight across the row.
Heat Light and Water Reviews. (Not exactly Banking Staffing but…!) Your entitlement was set in 2010 and may be insufficient now. Compare your allocation in 2015 with the end of year financial accounts for 2015 to find out. Google “Heat Light and Water” for the form and visit the last item on www.bankingstaffing.co.nz to access Tony Grey’s 4 Powerpoint pages. These two locations will guide you as you seek a review or decide to seek reimbursement for a “One Off” cost which has occurred since 2010.