You can give an overtime pay to those employees who work beyond their scheduled work timings. You can define when employees become eligible for overtime pay (for example, if they work above 40 hours in a week). Note that you can pay employees an overtime only when their hourly rate is not zero.
Important: Overtime pay applies only to those employees who receive their pay on their actual check-in and check-out time. You can configure this setting from Center level > Admin > Organizations > Centers > Name of the center > Settings > Employee > Calculate Payroll Hours Based on > Actual check-in/checkout time.
To configure overtime pay for an employee:
Ensure that you are at the Center level.
Go to the Employee > Employees > Name of the employee.
In the General tab, against Overtime, you will see the following options:
a) Above __ hours: Enter the number of hours per day, week, or pay period above which the employee becomes eligible for overtime pay.
b) Per (Day/Week/Pay Period): Specify whether you want to pay overtime based on hours the employees work in a day, week, or pay period.
c) Multiplier: The number of times the regular hourly pay should be multiplied with.
Example: Consider the following:
You want to give an overtime to your employees if they work Above 10 hours in a Day.
The Hourly pay for a particular employee is $50
The multiplier is set to 1.
On a given day, the employee works for 12 hours.
Zenoti calculates overtime pay as follows: 2x$50 = $100 (where 2 is the number of overtime hours and $50 is the hourly pay).
Note: If the multiplier is set to 2, Zenoti calculates the overtime pay as 2x$100 =$200.