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Calculation of over time working?

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To calculate overtime pay, you first need to determine the employee's regular hourly rate. This is typically their normal hourly wage for the first 40 hours worked in a week.

Once you have the regular hourly rate, you can calculate the overtime rate. In most cases, overtime pay is 1.5 times the regular hourly rate. This means that for every hour worked over 40 hours in a week, the employee is entitled to 1.5 times their regular hourly rate.

To calculate the total overtime pay, you would multiply the number of overtime hours worked by the overtime rate. For example, if an employee worked 45 hours in a week and their regular hourly rate is $10, their overtime rate would be $15 ($10 x 1.5).

If the employee worked 5 hours of overtime, their total overtime pay would be $75 ($15 x 5 hours).

Therefore, the total pay for the week would be their regular pay for the first 40 hours plus the overtime pay for the additional hours worked.

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