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Non-exempt employees who work overtime must be paid for the hours that they actually worked

Here are a couple of resources available to you on this subject.

Earlier this year, 4 fast facts presentations were conducted covering the following important topics:

  • Hours Worked & Time Off Plan – 3/28/2012
  • Understanding & Calculating Regular Rate – 4/24/2012
  • Tracking Time in e210 & Processing Overtime in SAP – 5/10/2012
  • Overtime Pay – Real Life Scenarios & Special Issues - 6/7/2012

You can go over these presentations at any time in several ways.

First, you may view the PowerPoint presentation and the speaker notes, by going to the Pay tab on the JHU Human Resources website, http://hrnt.jhu.edu/pay/, then click on Related Docs located in the right section of this page.

Or, if you prefer to listen to the presentation recordings, you may go to the fastfacts website, http://hopkinsfastfacts.org/, click on HR/Payroll Administration, and click on the presentation.

e210 Overtime Report

This report identifies overtime hours worked by non-bargaining unit non-exempt employees who record hours worked in e210. Please refer to the Overtime Pay – Real Life Scenarios & Special Issues fastfacts for full details. The new e210 Overtime Report may be accessed via: https://e210.johnshopkins.edu/e210/help210.jsp. Click on Overtime Report.

Regular Rate and Rate-in-Effect Calculator

Calculating a non-exempt employee’s overtime pay becomes trickier when compensation, in addition to the employee’s base hourly pay is involved, e.g., shift differential pay, on-call pay. This tool will assist you with calculating the employee’s overtime pay.

You can access this tool via the Pay tab on the JHU Human Resources website, http://hrnt.jhu.edu/pay/, then click on Related Apps located in the right section of this page.

Or, you may also access it once you’ve generated your e210 Overtime Report.

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