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On-Call Calculator

Calculating On-Call Time On-call pay is calculated at a rate of one hour for every 12 hours that an employee is on-call (maximum of 24 hours), rounded to the nearest two decimal points. If an employee works during the on-call period, then the hours that the employee works is deducted from the on-call hours for which the employee is on-call. Therefore, the following formula should be used to determine on-call. On-Call Formula: (# of Hours in the On-Call Period – # of Hours Worked in the On-Call Period) ⁄ (12) On-Call Example: David is scheduled to be on-call for 24 hours on a Saturday from ...

How to View & Print Your Pay Stub

Most state agencies have opted to save costs by reducing or eliminating mailed pay statements if their employees have access to the Employee Self Serve (ESS) system.  The pay statements are available for review the Monday of the week payday falls in and can be printed any time with internet access.  You may also view and print prior statements. A step by step guide has been created to assist employees process, if you have further questions you may also contact the Employee Resource Information Center for assistance by calling (801) 957-9390 or by submitting an AskHR online case. Useful ...

Wage Types for Time Entry

Wage Types are the codes used by the payroll system to reimburse or pay employees for payroll items other than hours worked or leave types.  The codes cannot by entered by employees in the Employee Self Serve system, only by payroll staff responsible for processing your payroll.  To better assist you in determining what you have been paid or reimbursed for, the codes are: Wage Type Wage Type Description 1121 Property Rent 1124 #Clothing Allowanc 1125 #State Car Commute 1128 #Award Cash Equivalent 1131 Hazard Duty Pay 1133 Meeting Pay 1135 Service Award 1139 Incentive ...

Understanding FLSA Exempt vs. FLSA Non-Exempt

Understanding Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Jobs The terms “exempt” and “non-exempt” are defined under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). FLSA is a federal law that establishes a minimum wage and limits the number of hours that may be worked in a standard work week. It provides standards for equal pay, overtime pay, record keeping, and child labor.   Useful Resource: Exemption for Executive, Administrative, Professional and Computer Employees Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Payroll Leave Codes

This information is designed for use by supervisors who need information about leave codes used for proper time reporting in the state’s payroll system. These codes are the same whether time is entered and approved through ESS, paper timesheets, Changepoint or AiM. Proper understanding by supervisors of the different leave codes helps state agencies comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and ensures effective use of payroll expenditures. Please take the time to make sure you understand what you are looking at when you see leave codes and learn what you should do when you see ...

Payroll Training

To better assist employees and supervisors with entering and approving time, DHRM has created some resources to help you become familiar with the factors and processes involved. Useful Resources: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Training for Supervisors  Understanding FLSA Exempt vs. FLSA Non-Exempt Time Approval Resource for Supervisors Step-by-Step Time Entry Approval for Supervisors Time Entry Training for Employees Payroll Leave Codes How to View & Print Your Pay Stub W2 Information and Printing Instructions Direct Deposit Assistance

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