While employees are working throughout their week, you may need to track when they work over their normal work schedule and should receive overtime or even doubletime. The tracking of the overtime/doubletime can be based on the employee and/or the location worked.
Before setting up your policy options, it may be helpful to refer to your employment counsel to ensure that any of the options enabled are appropriate for your region/industry.
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Employee Based Overtime
Employee based overtime is set up with your policy groups. When the policy group is assigned to an employee, their time will be calculated based on the overtime rules for that policy group.
Finding Employee Policies
- Go to
- Click an existing policy group to adjust or create a new group towards the left.
Employee Overtime Policies
Used to calculate an employee's overtime and/or doubletime over a week or biweekly.
For more information about setting up biweekly settings, you can refer to the following article.
Used to calculate an employee's overtime and/or doubletime on a daily basis.
Day of the Week Overtime
Used to calculate overtime and/or doubletime that is dependent on a specific day.
Use the checkbox in the 'Exclude' column for any day of the week that should not be counted towards your daily/weekly overtime. For example, if you have any work performed on the weekend that will always be overtime and will not count towards your typical weekly overtime calculation.
Consecutive Day Overtime
Used for when an employee has overtime and/or doubletime that is dependent if they work five, six, or seven days in a row.
Location Based Overtime
Finding Location Policies
- Go to Manage then click on Locations from the top menu bar.
- Click the pencil icon to the left of any location.
- Within the location details, click Policies.
Location Overtime Policy
Used to calculate an employee's overtime on a daily basis that is working for the selected location.
Interactions from Multiple Overtime Policies
As an employee can have multiple overtime policies, it is important to be aware of how these multiple policies can interact and calculate the employee's time card.
For more information about how multiple overtime policies can interact, you can refer to the following article.