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How are payments for overtime calculated?
Viewed 307 times since Thu, May 22, 2008
Category:  Payroll Subcategory:  Overtime Question:  How are payments for overtime calculated?   Answer:  When hours worked exceeds 40 hours in a work week or the combination of eligible leave and hours worked exceeds 40 hours in a work week.
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What will I be paid for each hour of overtime?
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Category:  Payroll Subcategory:  Overtime Question:  What will I be paid for each hour of overtime?   Answer:  When over 40 hours in a week are worked, the amount of time over 40 hours will be paid at 1 1/2 times the regular hourly rate.  The 1 1/2 calculation will be paid only when the hours worked exceeds 40 hours during a work week.  This calculation is not used, however, when the combination of time worked and leave taken exceeds 4...
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Can I choose not to be paid overtime and still earn comp time for extra time worked?
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Category:  Payroll Subcategory:  Overtime Question:  Can I choose not to be paid overtime and still  earn comp time for extra time worked?   Answer:  No.  Beginning September 1, 2008, all non-exempt employees will be paid for all hours worked based on reported hours for a given pay period.
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What rate of pay is used if combined hours (worked and combined leave hours) for the work week exceed 40 hours?
Viewed 152 times since Thu, May 22, 2008
When the combination of eligible leave and hours worked exceeds 40 hours in a work week, the amount of time worked over 40 hours will be paid at the regular hourly rate.
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I am trying to understand how overtime is calculated on my check, who can help me with this?
Viewed 92 times since Wed, Jan 5, 2011
Banner is set up to pay an employee their overtime as both straight on your regular earnings line and ½ time on your overtime earning line.   Example:   A semi-monthly employee making $10.00 per hour is working in an 80 hour pay period.   This employee has worked 42 hours on the first full FSLA work week (Sunday thru Saturday) and 40 hours on the second work week for a total of 82 hours.   This employee is entitled to 2 hours overtime.  ...
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