• Overtime rate is 1.5 times a workers regular time rate. • Workers can’t waive their rights to overtime pay; it’s a legal obligation. • Most union contracts require overtime pay after an 8-hour workday. • Law states that a worker can agree to add more hours of work but nothing less. (2012).
Summary An analysis was done for the payroll data of Ten Burger Dome employees. The payroll data reflected the name of each employee, the number of hours worked each month, and the hourly wage for each month from the year that just passed. The month with the most hours worked was February. In the month of February the total hours worked was 1,352, making the average approximately 135 per employee. In that month the employee that worked the most hours was Ruthe Wasilewski, she worked a total of 156 hours.
c. Solve the equation. Show your work. d. Find the number of minutes that Allegra went over the time that the plan allows. Answer: a. Variable = v=how many minutes she over used… b. T=total money spent a month t=55m+.10v m=1 c. 58.50-55=3.50 3.50/.10=35 v=35 d. 35 minutes (6 points) |Score | | | 3.
* each person who participates will be paid $4.00 ( plus 50c carfare) for approximately 1 hours time. We need you for an hour: there are no further obligations. You may choose the time you would like to come. All person must be between the ages of 20 and 50. High school and college students cannot be used.
• According to Paralegal Institute of Washington DC: paralegals in top firms make 50-60,000 per year. Average salary is $33,000. This translates to approximately $16-28/hr assuming a 40 hour work week. • Earnings of paralegals and legal assistants vary greatly. Salaries depend on education, training, experience, the type and size of employer, and the geographic location of the job.
If you work 40 hours a week, you will get $306.80. That’s not including the government taking social security from it. So, you take salary $306.80 times it by 6.2% (Grace, n.d.) which is the social security tax rate and you get $19.02. After that you subtract $19.02 from $306.80 and you get $287.78. References What is Florida minimum wage history?
Mothers on welfare in states that raised their minimum wage remained on welfare 44 percent longer than mothers on welfare in states where it was not raised (Garfield, 1996). B. Families leaving welfare for minimum wage jobs, a living wage is still beyond Reach (Bailey, 2000, p. 36). 1. Odds of a welfare recipient getting a living wage job are 97 to 1 (Bailey, 2000, p.36) IV.
The participants were groups of 85 men, and 44 women. The total number 271 clients only 95% were eligible. What did they have to do in this study? The participants were first interviewed for 1 hour, then agreed to take part in five interviews over an eighteen month period. They received $20 cash compensation.
Understanding Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health and Social Care settings. Question 1 - Describe the terms and conditions of your own contract Pay & Hours - My contract of employment states that I have been contracted to work 35 hours a week as an hourly paid employee. This means I am to be paid by each hour I do, rather than a weekly or monthly salary. My pay will be made up of my basic hourly rate plus any allowances and overtime I might have occurred through the month. My contract states I will be paid 1 month in arrears on the 15th of each month or just before if the 15th is on a weekend.
The purpose of Social Security is so that our government is able to pay for basic necessities and Medicare. Everybody who has a job has to pay a little bit of their paycheck into the U.S. Social Security System. So, let's say that I earn $500 per week, then I might have to pay maybe 5% of that, or $25 a week to the Federal government. They hold onto that money and they give it to old(er) people who've retired. Everybody who's retired at an age of 62 receives a paycheck every month to help them make ends