Overtime Calculations for Dual-Rate Employees: Avoid Undercompensation

July 22, 2021 | From HRCalifornia Extra

by Michelle Galbraith, J.D.; HR Adviser, CalChamber

Some employers choose to pay employees different wage rates for different jobs performed during a pay period. For example, a retail employee may work in customer service on weekdays, then as a shift supervisor at a higher pay rate on weekends. Or employers could offer one wage rate for regular job duties and a lower rate for travel time

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