Productive Hours

Productive hours must be calculated according to the beneficiary's normal practices. The annual number of productive hours can be calculated in two ways:

  • by using a standard number of productive hours used for all employees;
  • by calculating an actual individual number of productive hours for each employee.

Productive hours per year should exclude annual leave, public holidays, training and sick leave.

For example:

Total days in a year 365
Weekends -104
Annual holidays -21
Statutory holidays -15
Illness/Others -15
Workable days in a year 210

Productive hours in a year 210 x 8 hours = 1680

Some activities may be considered not to be part of the productive hours of personnel: Training (not project related) Internal meetings (not project related) (p44-45)

Source: FP7 Financial Guide

-- FloridaEstrella - 02-Jul-2010

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