Overtime with my employer is only calculated in .25 increments. So If my starting time is 8:30 and I start at 8:16, becasue I came in a little early, I will not be paid for the 14 minutes, as they only pay in 15 minute increments. Overtime is always ok as

We work overtime everyday...but if it's 24 minutes, instead of 15 minute increment, you don't get paid for the time. so you have the option to sit there and wait until the clock tick 8:30AM, and then start. But if I come in at 8:16 and leave at 5:05..I still have not worked an 025 increment of time.

1 answer  |  asked Feb 9, 2015 10:49 AM [EST]  |  applies to Florida

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Arthur Schofield
Could be that there is an overtime violation, but likely not one that will result in a lot of wages owed. I suspect that you may also benefit from clocking out with 14 minutes to go on the .25 increment. Contact a wage and hour attorney to discuss your claim.

posted by Arthur Schofield  |  Feb 9, 2015 10:55 AM [EST]

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