**Hourly with Percentage of Hourly Gross**

Percentage of hourly gross pay allows you to include pays that are set up as cash benefits in your hourly gross pay calculation for both time

For example:

Employee Joe is a salaried employee. He works his normal position of 40 hours at $15 per hour for a total of $600, but also coaches baseball for 8 hours a week at $12 per hour for an additional $96. On this timesheet he filled in for an hourly employee on Saturday and turned in 8 overtime hours as well. Overtime pay is calculated as 150% of hourly gross.

Joe's pay is calculated as follows:

Hourly Gross = (Total Pay $600 + $96) / (Total Hours 40 + 8) = $14.50 per hour

Overtime Rate = $14.50 x 150% = $21.75 per hour

Total Overtime pay = $21.75 per hour x 8 hours = $174

Joe's total gross pay = $696 regular pay + $174 overtime = $870

If you do not want the overtime rate to include the additional coaching pay in the percent of hourly gross, set restrictions on the overtime pay.

**Salary with an Annual Salary**

The Overtime Pay type is set up with a Rate of Salary & an Annual Salary of $26,000.

Calculates as: Overtime = Annual Salary / Number of Pay Periods

For Example:

Joe makes $26,000 per year and he's paid every two weeks.

This is defined in a Regular Pay Type on his record with a Rate of Salary & Annual Salary: $26,000

There is also an Overtime Pay type on his record set with a Rate of Salary & Salary of $26,0000

The Overtime would calculate as - Overtime= 26000/26 = $1000. This means that he would make a total of $2000: Regular $1000 + Overtime $1000

**Fixed Amount with an Amount per period**

The Overtime Pay type is set up with a Rate of Fixed Amount and an Amount per Period of $100.

Calculates as: Overtime = Fixed Amount

For Example:

Joe works 1 hour of overtime for a week, he gets an extra $100 per week.

Joe works 5 hours of overtime the next week, he gets an extra $100 per week.

This Overtime Pay Type adds a $100 to each calculation it is included on, regardless of the number of hours of overtime the employee works.

**Percentage of Gross with a defined percent**

The Overtime Pay type is set up with a Rate of Percentage of Gross and a defined percent of 150.00%

Calculates as: Overtime = Regular Pay * Percent

For Example:

Joe's Gross Pay for the period is $500. A percentage of gross by percent overtime pay type is on his record. The calculation created will include an overtime amount of $750 in additional to the $500 regular pay.

**Hourly with an Amount per Hour**

The Overtime Pay type is set up with a Rate of Hourly and an Amount per Hour of $12.50.

Calculates as: Overtime = Number of hours of overtime * Amount per hour

For Example:

Joe works 6 hours of overtime with a overtime rate of 12.50. His Overtime would equal 6 x 12.50 for a total overtime of $75.00

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