CentralReach’s standard payroll report calculates the California Overtime Setting as follows:
- After 7 days of timesheets in a row, the 7th day is overtime
- After 8 hours in one day, anything over 8 hours in one day is overtime
- Over 40 hours per week (not including overtime accrued in over 8 hours per day) is considered overtime
- Any other requests for overtime calculations, e.g. double overtime, must be handled through a custom payroll report and is outside the scope of the California overtime setting
California Overtime Blended Rates are calculated as follows:
- Total Pay/Total hours work for a given overtime period
- Example: If you are paying for the dates of 15th-30th and the workweek starts on the 12th, the system calculates the values for the week of the 12th toward the blended rate. Those are the hours we are using for calculating overtime, therefore they are the hours we use to calculate the blended rate
CentralReach is not a payroll administrator, the foregoing has been provided for informational purposes only, and does not constitute legal advice. It is the responsibility of the organization to ensure that payroll is correct according to any and all federal and state laws that apply to the respective organization.
CentralReach’s standard payroll report calculates Colorado’s overtime rates as one-and-a-half times the employee’s regular hourly rate, and automatically selects the calculation that generates the greatest payment of wages when working in excess of:
- Forty hours per workweek
- Twelve hours per workday
- Twelve consecutive hours, regardless of whether the work period overlaps into the second day
- If an employee works 13 hour periods for 3 days in a workweek, he will be paid 3 hours of overtime based on rule number 2 above, even though rule number 1 is not satisfied (total hours worked in the workweek = 30 hours).
- If an employee works a 14 hour period one day, followed by 4 working days of 8 hours periods, for a total of 46 hours, the employee will be paid 6 overtime hours based on rule number 1 above, versus what rule number 2 would have calculated (only 2 overtime hours for the 14 hours workday).
CentralReach is not a payroll administrator and the foregoing has been provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is the responsibility of the organization to ensure that payroll is correct according to any and all federal and state laws that apply to the respective organization.
Billable codes with labels listed here will be excluded from being calculated when running payroll.
The frequency in which paychecks are given in your organization.
Based on your selections in “Pay Period” and “Workweek.” This will allow us to know when your last pay period was.