TimeWorksPlus Knowledge Base

Salaried Non-Exempt Overtime

Last Updated: Jan 31, 2017 05:41PM MST
According to the FLSA, a salaried non-exempt employee's overtime rate depends on the amount of hours they worked.

For example if the employee worked 46 hours (40 hours Regular Salary plus 6 hours of overtime), and the employee salary is $1000.00:

1000/46 = 21.75 (salary divided by total hours worked)
21.75 * .5 = $10.87 (adjusted hourly rate)
$10.87 * 6 = 65.22 (overtime premium)

OT premium is 65.22

This can be done using a combination of things in TimeWorksPlus:
  1. Enter in the weekly payrate somewhere in Employee Setup like Home 1.
  2. Enable the Processing Rule "OvertimeAsPremium".
  3. Enable the Processing Rule "PayRateScript".
  4. Enter the below script under the Processing Rule "PayRateScript". NOTE: This script uses an entry in the Employee Type field to select which employees have this script applied to them.
if(employee.employeetype = "Salary Non-exempt")
{payrate = val(employee.home1) / reportingdate.weekhours;}
  • Get More in Support Center

    Swipeclock partners can submit cases to technical support and view additional articles in Support Center.

    Your accountant login to TimeWorksPlus is required to access Support Center.
75a03bdcd095922b9b9f549098e014fe@swipeclock.desk-mail.com
https://cdn.desk.com/
false
desk
Loading
seconds ago
a minute ago
minutes ago
an hour ago
hours ago
a day ago
days ago
about
false
Invalid characters found
/customer/en/portal/articles/autocomplete