Three ways to stay on top of overtime in the workplace
• 384 annoying HR questions you'll never have to answer again
• Three ways to stay on top of overtime in the workplace
• Simplify your work and save thousands!
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more because they're connected online?
Let's find out the three ways to deal with overtime.
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Three ways to stay on top of overtime
The type of employees you have will determine whether you should pay overtime. If your employees earn above the threshold or are senior managers you don't have to pay overtime. There are two other types of employees who don't earn from working overtime.
Turn to chapter O03 in your Practical Guide to Human Resources Management and make sure you know who they are!
Should you require an employee to work overtime, their contract should state the rate they'll be paid. If your employee normally works on a Sunday or public holiday you'll have to pay 1.5 their hourly rate. If your employees don't normally work on these days you'll have to pay double their normal rate.
Explain your overtime policy to your employees and apply an overtime register to keep track of who worked overtime and when.
Those who work overtime might need help to prioritise their work.
Simplify your work and save thousands!
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Having an overtime
policy will help you stay on top of overtime
claims. If you don't have this policy you can find it in our upcoming HR Policies and Procedures update of the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management
. Ensure you get a hold of this policy to stay on top of overtime
in your workplace.
Product Manager – Practical Guide to Human Resources Management
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