Post # 1
Work has been super busy lately with an impending deadline at end of May.
The whole office has been bumped up to 50 hours. But since I’m salary there’s no overtime (don’t worry my boss is great about compensation so I’m sure some way it’ll be worth it 😉 )
So I wonder.
How many of us are salary and how many are hourly?
How does your company deal with overtime?
Post # 4
Ironically, though, we don’t have time clocks.
Post # 5
Salary – we have set hours and are not allowed to work overtime
Post # 6
I’m salaried and do not receive overtime. It really stinks, because from November – February I usually work 60-70 hour weeks.
Post # 7
I don’t know if this is something you care about, but my overtime is time and a half and my federal holidays are double time
Post # 8
We are salary but we also get paid OT
Post # 9
I’m salary, but I have paid overtime.
Post # 10
I start my job in August and will be salary. No paid overtime, but it’s the type of job that it would be very rare for me to have to work more than 40 hours a week.
Post # 11
Salaried, no extra pay for OT…makes me want to take long lunches.
Post # 12
I am hourly for the first time in over 10 years – but it has to do with the labor laws in this state.
Our office travels to conventions/trade shows/bridal shows and I get overtime on those weeks when I work over 40 hours…but unless we’ve got events or something happening, we stick to 40.
It took me the first month to get used to punching in -SO bizarro.
But… we don’t get holidays at all 🙁 Thankfully my direct boss and our office is pretty casual so we work around stuff as needed.
Post # 14
I am technically hourly, and get paid time and a half for OT. We don’t really punch in though. I just fill out a time sheet every week using a template (unless I take sick time or vacation or whatever). I make a set amount each year (not including OT), though, which is more like salary.
Post # 15
Salary…OT is only paid if its something directly for a client and that we can bill them for.
Post # 16
Hourly, but I can get overtime. Time and a half for overtime and holidays.