Introduction

Once enabled, overtime rules warn you of overtime in your schedules prior to publishing and also warn you in timecards when workers have gone over their daily or weekly limits. Overtime rules not only warn you but also calculate the cost associated with overtime.

Prerequisite

  1. Premium subscription is required to enable daily and weekly overtime
  2. Administrator access
  3. 'Start day of week' has been set for the company
  4. 'Start time of day' has been set for each worker

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Define the maximum hours that your workers can work in a day or a week before attracting overtime rates.

Daily Overtime

Daily overtime is calculated based on the worker's 'workday'. The workday is a 24 hour period starting from the 'start time of day' set in their worker profile; by default, 'start time of day' is set to midnight.

By default, overtime rules are configured to Californian labor legislation that prescribes that time and a half is awarded after 8 hours is worked and double time is awarded to hours worked in excess of 12 hours in a single workday. 

Weekly Overtime

Weekly overtime is calculated based on the combination of the company's workweek and the worker's workday.

By default, overtime rules are configured to Californian labor legislation that prescribes that time and a half is awarded to hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a single workweek.

Maximum Consecutive Days

The consecutive days option allows you to calculate overtime when an employee works a set amount of days consecutively. This also applies only within the specific work week, set by your scheduled start day as mentioned above.

Californian exception - In the state of California workers are exempt from this rule if they work less than or equal to 30 hours for the workweek and no more than 6 hours on any workday; select the check box if you would like to apply this exception.

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