Our employee overtime can be calculated over a 2 week period, i.e. and time over 88 hours in a two week pay period is considered overtime.
Craig Whitmore commented
To be more clear and correct my example ... if an employee works several days over 8 hours and several days under 8 hours, we are allowed by our MOL to average the hours over a 2 weeks period. As long as the total is below 88 hours we do not have to remit overtime.
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Deb Wintersmith commented
I wasn't aware there was an option for bi-weekly OT. I did look it up and its called the 8 and 80 plan, hum who knew. I will use one of my votes because this would certainly help track a potentially tricky process. Good luck, Deb Wintersmith Toledo Ohio
This is something that would definitely help reduce the amount of manual fixes we have to do for payroll exported from Clockshark.
We need to be able to calculate overtime based on 80 hours over a two week period or 10 hours in a single day.
Hi Craig! I agree this feature is really important!