Can’t remember the last time you finished work on time?
Forgotten what it's like to have a weekend or a real lunch break?
Then this is for you!

Find out what your salary would be if you were paid for the hours you *actually* work. Enter your name to get started:

Great. First off, - what’s your annual salary?
(We won’t tell anyone or save that information, of course.)

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Next, tell us about your working hours.

What time are you meant to start and finish work?

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And what time do you usually start and finish in reality?

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Finally, roughly how long do you spend checking work emails at home each day?

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Now, - let's talk about your lunch break.

How long does your contract say your lunch break should be? (the average is 30 minutes)

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And how long do you actually take for lunch?

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And finally, your last two questions:

How many days a week does your contract say you should work?

How many hours do you tend to work on your weekend or rest days every week?

In just a second, we’ll tell you what your real salary should be. But the fact that you’re even using this calculator tells us there’s something really wrong with the work culture in the UK.

Starting early and finishing late. Working weekends. Getting emails all hours of the day and night. Being regularly overworked is exploitation.

Add your name and join the fight for a better work/life balance in the UK:

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Your result...

OK, . Every year, you work more than your contract says you should.

And if you were paid for those hours, your salary would be (that's more)
It looks like you’re not regularly working any more than your contracted hours (if you think that’s wrong, scroll up and check your answers again). If that’s so, that’s good for you. Why not send this on to any friends you think might be suffering from a worse work life balance than your own?

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Finally, ...

...we’ve all had those jobs. The ones where you’re expected to work longer and harder for no extra pay.

But working your contractual hours shouldn’t be a luxury. Your work and your time deserve respect.

Add your name if you agree - and help us make it happen:

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