Overtime Pay Rate E9

Only problem is that it requires the workers to log out of their jobs and clock out after 8 hours and clock into a different shift then log back into their jobs. It would completely depend on the discipline of the labor force.

We export our labor hours and calculate whether overtime is due in Crystal. Since we sometimes work 4-10s or shift working days, we do this by summing the week and doing the calculations based on: if totalhours <= 40 then rate * totalhours else (rate * 40) + ((rate * 1.5) * (totalhours - 40)). Should be simple enough to adjust for a daily overtime calculation instead.

hth, Kirstin

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> Our client would like to have overtime cost etc. calculated after an 8 hour day for Job work.
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> They do not have payroll.
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> Original thought is to create a second shift, shift 11 that has a differential of 1.5 and set to always.
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> When an employee works a 10 hour day we will enter labor as Shift 1: 8 hours, Shift 11: 2 hours.
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> Shift 11 would also be used for weekend work.
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> Looking if anyone has any other ideas they are using currently.
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Our client would like to have overtime cost etc. calculated after an 8 hour day for Job work.

They do not have payroll.

Original thought is to create a second shift, shift 11 that has a differential of 1.5 and set to always.

When an employee works a 10 hour day we will enter labor as Shift 1: 8 hours, Shift 11: 2 hours.

Shift 11 would also be used for weekend work.

Looking if anyone has any other ideas they are using currently.


Steven M. Carr
Crawford Software Consulting, Inc. (CSCI)
"Bringing Software and Manufacturing Together"
Please note - new efax number
Email: Steven.Carr@...
Phone: (603) 537 - 9630 x 111
Mobile: (603) 264 - 7010
Fax: (603) 537 - 9633
Efax: (603) 386 - 6671
Website: www.Crawford-Software.com

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