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Payroll Calculation

Navigation Keys:

Continue to the next screen

Return to the previous screen

Start the session over

To quit the session use the ESC key on your keyboard.


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Overview

  • The payroll system will automatically determine:

    • if there is overtime

    • if it should be paid or accrued &

    • if it is at straight time or time and a half

      as long as ACT (Actual Hours Worked) is coded.


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Definitions

  • Overtime – Time worked in excess of 40 hours within a work week.

  • Hours worked – Hours actually spent in the performance of the employee’s job.

  • Earned Administrative Leave (EAL) – Hours that exceed the regularly scheduled hours but do not result in overtime.

  • Holiday – A day of exemption from work granted to state employee’s.


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Considerations

  • There are several factors to remember when figuring payroll calculation.

    • What is the employee’s FLSA?

    • Are they set up to be paid or to accrue their time?

    • Are there any overrides?

    • Are the correct earnings codes used?


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FLSA

  • Covered: Overtime is compensated at one and one-half times the hourly rate. Employee can receive time or payment.

  • Exempt: Overtime is compensated hour for hour. Employee can only receive compensatory time off.

  • Non-Covered: Employee is not eligible for overtime and receives no compensation for overtime hours worked.


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Accruals

  • Overtime and EAL Accrual

    Indicates if the employee’s overtime hours will be accrued ‘Y’ or not ‘N’.

    • Y = Accrue

    • N = Do not accrue (pay)

  • These can be overridden on time sheets.


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    Step by Step Process

    • There is a worksheet that will walk you through the steps of determining, understanding and explaining what the system will do or has done.

    • In this training session the worksheet will be displayed in sections. There is a link to the actual form below and at the end of the presentation.

      Click here if you would like to have a copy of the form as we proceed through this lesson.


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    Prep work:

    • At the top of the worksheet write if the employee is covered or exempt and if they are paid or accrue their overtime and eal.

    This employee is

    covered and accrues

    both overtime and

    EAL


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    Reported hours

    • Fill in the upper portion of the worksheet to reflect the hours reported on the time sheet.


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    Total Hours Worked

    • Add the total hours WORKED, don’t forget any time worked on a holiday and don’t include any time that was not physically worked.

    +


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    Holiday Pay

    • Enter holiday (HOL) hours only, in the first blank.


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    Holiday Hours Worked Earnings Codes

    • HOA Holiday Worked Accrued(1.5) Hours worked on a holiday by an employee with a ‘covered’ FLSA code. These overtime hours will be accrued as compensatory time at 1.5 times the hours the employee worked.

    • HOW Holiday Worked Paid (1.5) Hours worked on a holiday by an employee with a ‘covered’ FLSA code. These overtime hours will be paid at 1.5 times the employee's regular rate of pay.

    • HOP Holiday Worked Paid (1.0) Hours worked on a holiday by an employee with an ’exempt’ FLSA code who has a special ruling given by the Board of Examiners. These overtime hours will be paid at hour for hour the employee's regular rate of pay. Note: A 'MC' change reason (Miscellaneous Update Action) changing an employee's FLSA code to an "S" must be processed for an employee prior to use of this code.

    • HOS Holiday Worked Accrued (1.0) Hours worked on holiday by an employee with an ‘exempt’ FLSA code. These overtime hours will be accrued as compensatory time hour for hour that the employee worked. There is no limit of time that may accrue, but the balance cannot be paid in cash.

    • Do not code these hours as Actual Hours Worked (ACT).


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    Holiday Overtime

    • Holiday Overtime is equal to all hours worked on a holiday by either a covered(1.5) or exempt(1.0) employee.


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    Overtime

    • Overtime is equal to Total hours workedminus 40.


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    Leave Taken

    • Enter the total hours for any leave that was taken.


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    Regular

    • Regular is equal to Total hours worked minus all overtime (holiday and regular).


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    EAL

    • EALEarned Administrative Leave In any week that an employee would be compensated in cash for more than forty (40) hours, EAL can be used when necessary to reduce the compensation to regularly scheduled hours. EAL may be earned by employees with either a ‘covered’ or ‘exempt’ FLSA code. It is always earned at straight time.


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    Calculating EAL

    • EAL is equal to Total hours Paid minus 40.

    In this example the employee is paid for 40 hours, total hours

    paid 40 minus 40 – there would be no EAL and the worksheet

    would be complete.


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    EAL is equal to Total hours Paid minus 40.

    to continue the worksheet we will assume the

    employee was sick for 8 hours, those hours are

    entered on the Leave taken line.

    =48


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    Adjust REG

    • Adjust Regular hours, reduce your Regular hours by the total number of EAL hours.

    • REGULAR – EAL

    =


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    One last step – Translation

    • How it looks on the payroll register

      HOL 8

      SIC 8

      REG 24

      HOA 12

      OTA 12

      EAL 8

    The 40 hours the employee

    is paid for.

    Hours accrued that can be used

    at a later time, or paid off upon

    termination.


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    Additional Links

    • Payroll Calculation Worksheet

    • DSP Helpdesk


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