Veins in Forehead Bulging Out?
This calculator was created at the request of a site visitor who wrote:
Can you make this one? Overtime is calculated weekly over 40 hours, the pay periods are the 1st-15th & 16-EOM. Pay dates are the 13th and 28th. This is nearly impossible to figure out as some overtime is paid in the next pay period all the time and it is difficult to keep track of this on paper without the veins in my forehead bulging out!!
Turns out this email created a mental image that motivated me into action. I care too much about my site visitors to have them walking around with bulging veins in their foreheads.
Well, after a few bulging veins of my own I think I managed to come up with a way to reduce the swelling for the quoted visitor and for anyone else who can relate.
Easily Track Weekly Overtime for Semi-Monthly Pay Periods
If you have been trying to track weekly overtime for semi-monthly payroll periods on paper, I'm hoping this calculator will help to reduce the swelling of the veins on your forehead that may be occurring during your semi-monthly payroll processing.
If you select the Overtime after 40 hours per week option, the Semi-Monthly Timesheet Calculator will calculate the work time for the partial workweek that occurs at the end of the pay period -- and then includes that figure on the printable hours and wages report.
Next, the calculator provides a field at the top to enter the partial workweek time from the previous pay period report.
And finally, the calculator adds the previous partial workweek time to the current partial workweek time, calculates any overtime wages earned for the overlapping week, and then converts the appropriate current number of regular hours to overtime hours.
Viola! No more bulging veins ... at least I hope that is the case. If not, please let me know why not and I will do my best to correct the situation.
Other Employee Hour and Wage Calculator Versions
If you don't pay on a semi-monthly basis, here are the other time and wage calculators I currently have available: