40 hours regular time = 280
9 hours overtime = 94.50
12 hours holiday = 168
Total = 542.50
40*7 = 280 (Regular)
(7 divided by 2 is 3.5) so, 7+3.5 = 10.5 (Overtime)
(7* 2 = 14) 14* 12 = 168 (Holiday
Yes, if you are an employee earning a regular wage (not an independent contractor), then you are entitled to overtime.
Mary Stevens earns $11.75 an hour at her job and is entitled to time-and-a-half for overtime, and double time on holidays. Last week she worked 40 hours of regular time, 61/2 hours of overtime, and 8 hours of holiday time. What was her gross pay?
The California overtime law states that nonexempt employees are entitled to overtime for every hour more than their regular 8 hour work days. This law also constitutes that a worker can refuse overtime without a penalty.
Guessing you mean $7.00 and not $700? 40 hours regular time = 280 9 hours overtime = 94.50 12 hours holiday = 168 Total = 542.50 40*7 = 280 (Regular) (7 divided by 2 is 3.5) so, 7+3.5 = 10.5 (Overtime) (7* 2 = 14) 14* 12 = 168 (Holiday 280.00 + 94.50 + 168.00 ________ 542.50 :]
Overtime was implemented in the 1974 season for regular season games. Before that there was no overtime to break a tie in a regular season game. Of course, playoff games have always had overtime.
Since overtime is paid at the rate of 1.5 times the regular pay 30 minutes of overtime would be equal to 45 minutes of regular pay. 0.75 times your hourly wage.
Many people are willing to work overtime. Overtime pay is often higher than regular pay. Many employers pay time and a half for overtime.
If you receive time and a half for overtime and your regular hourly wage is 7.50, you'll earn 11.25 an hour for overtime
That depends entirely upon your actual salary. When you start working overtime (that means anything beyond your regular 40 hours per week), then your employer is expected to start giving you overtime pay. Generally, overtime pay is simply your regular salary multiplied by 1.5. An example: Regular salary: $20/hour 20 x 1.5 = 30 Overtime pay: $30/hour of overtime.
yes it is the same as the regular season
NO they had ties.
As of December 2010, it is a tie: the Chicago Bears, the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins have each won 22 regular season overtime games since the overtime rule was introduced in 1974.
394.5 6*40 is 240 6*1.5*6.5 is 58.5 6*2*8= 96 Grand total of 394.5
Yes, they would play one overtime then they will go into a shootout, until someone comes out victorious.
An employee is entitled to overtime pay for all hours worked over eight hours in any workday and over 40 hours in the workweek. Eight hours of labor constitutes a day's work, and employment beyond eight hours in any workday or more than six days in any workweek is permissible provided the employee is compensated for the overtime. When you work over your regular time assigned to you on that day.
There can not be a tie at the end of the regular time period of the game. If there is, the teams play overtime. If neither team scores in overtime (15 minutes) in regular season, the game ends in a tie. There are no ties in the playoffs.