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18 day Overtime Period FLSA requirement

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edited Jun 10, 2021 7:16PM in Payroll and Global Payroll Interface (GPI) 2 comments

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Firefighters fall into 207(k) exemption of FLSA, which allows for a longer than 7 day overtime reporting period, and also potentially more than 40 hours in a work week.  The Firefighter exemption under FLSA 207(k) allows for up to 212 hours in a 28 day period, or some equivalent fraction thereof.  We are currently applying an 18 day FLSA period, which allows up to 136 hours worked before overtime is required under FLSA

 

Example:

Biweekly Salary: $3,537.76                                                   Biweekly FLSA Includable Special Pays: $141.51 

 

Salary earned over this 18-day period (sum of ‘daily’ Salaries for each of the 18 days):

Daily Salary (Possibly different rates if there was a salary change)($3,537.76 / 14) = $252.6971/day (In this case, All 18 days at this rate)

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