On October 2, 2011, the overtime process was automated to pay all hours over the threshold at the end of the working week. Effective January 22, 2012, overtime calculation pays on the day the non-exempt employee exceeds the threshold instead of paying at the end of the working week. Affecting non-exempt employees whose Additional Time ID field contains an 06, this change became necessary because cost allocations entered on the time sheet toward the end of the working week were not being reported in time evaluation.
Things you should know
· The procedure for entering attendances and absences in the Cross-Application Timesheet (CATS) remains unchanged.
· Cost allocation (cost center, WBS element, and internal order) can be entered on the timesheet for any desired date or dates.
· Attendance hours process as overtime if the cost allocation placed on attendance time exceeds the employee’s working week threshold limit.
· All attendance hours entered greater than 80 but less than the threshold were previously paid as overtime 1.0 (wage type 1205) but will now be paid as regular working hours (wage type 1200).