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How much does overtime cost for 8 hrs?

How much does overtime cost for 8 hrs?

That’s obviously not the end of it, though the contractor by law has to pay the employee time and a half for that overtime, so that works out to the $25 per hour regular wage x 1.5, which comes to $37.50 x 8 hrs = $300.

How does overtime affect your pay and productivity?

The additional pay, accompanying insurance costs and small increase in electrical usage, is offset by the fact that you don’t consider all your fixed overhead into those hours. It only really comes down to productivity. Too much OT causes fatigue and production will drop. I pay salary.

Is it true that overtime is not covered by overhead?

If your overhead is applied to your labor based on all of your labor being utilized, and ultimately you do not utilize that labor, then the overtime could still be at its full cost, and the overhead may not even be covered.

What’s the difference between overtime and regular time?

The answer is you work the weekend OT at the regular rate (it’s a wash), but because you are able to, then start the next job on time and you haven’t lost any throughput days. My whole point is that Marginal Cost difference between Regular Time Hours and Overtime is not nearly as big as most contractors mistakenly think it is.

What happens if an employer does not pay for overtime?

An announcement by the employer that no overtime work will be permitted, or that overtime work will not be paid for unless authorized in advance, also will not impair the employee’s right to compensation for compensable overtime hours that are worked.

How is the overtime calculated for an employee?

The employee is then due additional overtime computed by multiplying the 5 overtime hours by one-half the regular rate of pay ($4.50 x 5 = $22.50). Overtime Pay May Not Be Waived: The overtime requirement may not be waived by agreement between the employer and employees.

Is there a limit on the number of hours you can work for overtime?

There is no limit in the Act on the number of hours employees aged 16 and older may work in any workweek. The Act does not require overtime pay for work on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, or regular days of rest, as such. The Act applies on a workweek basis.

Do you have to pay overtime on Sunday?

For example, no part of a flat sum of $180 to employees who work overtime on Sunday will qualify as an overtime premium, even though the employees’ straight-time rate is $12.00 an hour and the employees always work less than 10 hours on Sunday.