Overview: The overtime type and first day of the workweek determines how overtime will be calculated for an employee.

Instructions:

Setting Account Overtime

Setting Individual Overtime

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Setting Account Overtime Type

1. To specify your overtime and the first day of the workweek, start by going to Settings --> Overtime:

2. Choose the options that best meet your business needs and Save once done:

Please know: Any time you add a new employee, they will by default take on the account overtime type set.

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Setting Individual Overtime

If employees have varying overtime types, you can specify the overtime type they should be using from within their profile.

1. Start by clicking Employees in the top navigation:

2. Click View next to the name of the employee whose overtime type you want to update:

3. Once in their profile, click Edit in the top right-hand corner:

4. You can then choose from the list of overtime types available. Click Save once done:

Please know: If overtime is changed, it needs to be recalculated. This can be done by visiting an employee's time card, selecting Edit next to a punch, and immediately Save. No changes need to be made to the punch.

The Buddy Punch team can also recalculate overtime for you. Just use the live chat feature found in the lower right-hand corner of your account.

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Q: I updated the overtime type, but time card hours aren't changing.

A: Whenever overtime types are changed, overtime needs to be recalculated. You can do this by visiting an employee's time card, selecting Edit next to a punch, and immediately Save. No changes need to be made to the punch. You can also reach out to the Buddy Punch team for assistance with recalculating.

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