OnTheClock.com Overtime options and state requirements

Avaiable overtime options in OnTheClock.com

Off: This option to be used if you do not want to calculate overtime.

8 Hours per day: Any hours over 8 hours in a day are OT1.

10 Hours per day: Any hours over 10 hours in a day are OT1.

40 Hours per week: Any hours over 40 hours in a work week are OT1.

44 Hours per week: Any hours over 44 hours in a work week are OT1.

46 Hours per week: Any hours over 46 hours in a work week are OT1.

48 Hours per week: Any hours over 48 hours in a work week are OT1.

40 h/week AND Sunday: Any hours over 40 hours in a work week are OT1 AND Sunday is always OT1 even if employee did not accumulate 40 hours during other days . Hours worked on Sunday do NOT count toward the accumulation of hours needed for weekly OT1.

8 h/day OR 40 h/week: If the work week has more than 40 total hours OT1 is calculated the same as ’40 hours per week’. If the workweek has 40 or less total hours, OT1 is calculated as ‘8 hours per day’. This option will start accumulating weekly OT1 on the day after 40 hours are worked, thus the option may yield more than 40 regular work hours in a week.

8 h/day AND 40 h/week: Any hours over 8 hours in a day are considered OT1.Once the total work week hours reaches 40, all hours are considered OT1. This option will start accumulating weekly OT1 on the day after 40 hours are worked, thus the option may yield more than 40 regular work hours in a week.

8 h/day THEN 40 h/week: Any hours over 8 hours in a day are OT1. Once 40 hours are worked, all hours are moved to OT1. This option will start accumulating weekly OT1 on the day 40 hours are worked, thus the option will never yield more than 40 regular work hours in a week.

12 h/day AND 40 h/week: Any hours over 12 hours in a day are considered OT1.Once the total work week hours reaches 40, all hours are considered OT1. This option will start accumulating weekly OT1 on the day after 40 hours are worked, thus the option may yield more than 40 regular work hours in a week.

California: Overtime for hours worked after 8 hours per day and up to and including 12 hours per day, and Double time for hours worked after 12 hours per day, and Overtime for hours worked after 40 straight hours per week, and Applying 7th day rules, on the seventh consecutive day of work in a single work week, we calculate Overtime for the first 8 hours worked, and Double time for any additional hours more than 8 on the 7th day.

Terms Used:
OT1(overtime 1) = Time and a Half
OT2(overtime 2) = Double Time

Each state's overtime requirements as we understand them

Disclaimer:
Ontheclock contacted the labor departments for each state to determine our overtime options. To the best of our ability we devised the following options to meet overtime requirements. Note that some states have exceptions or are based on qualifications and those may not be reflected. It is the responsibility of the employer to know exactly what their state overtime laws are and to choose the proper option for their employees.

State   Setting to use
Alabama   40 Hours Per Week
Alaska   8 h/day THEN 40 h/week
Arizona   40 Hours Per Week
Arkansas   40 Hours Per Week
California   California
Colorado   12 h/day AND 40 h/week
Connecticut   40 Hours Per Week
Delaware   40 Hours Per Week
Florida   40 Hours Per Week
Georgia   40 Hours Per Week
Hawaii   40 Hours Per Week
Idaho   40 Hours Per Week
Illinois   40 Hours Per Week
Indiana   40 Hours Per Week
Iowa   40 Hours Per Week
Kansas   Option A: 46 h/week for Exempt Employees or Option B: 40 Hours per Week for Non Exempt Employees
Kentucky   40 Hours Per Week
Louisiana   40 Hours Per Week
Maine   40 Hours Per Week
Maryland   40 Hours Per Week
Massachusetts   Option A: 40 hours per week
Option B: 40 h/week AND Sunday - "Massachusetts' Blue Law"
Michigan   40 Hours Per Week
Minnesota   48 Hours per week
Mississippi   40 Hours Per Week
Missouri   40 Hours Per Week
Montana   40 Hours Per Week
Nebraska   40 Hours Per Week
Nevada   Option A: 8 h/day AND 40 h/week
Option B: 40 hours per Week (Based on qualification)
New Hampshire   40 Hours Per Week
New Jersey   40 Hours Per Week
New Mexico   40 Hours Per Week
New York   Option A:44 h/week for Residential Employees
Option B: 40 Hours per Week for Non Residential Employees
North Carolina   40 Hours Per Week
North Dakota   40 Hours Per Week
Ohio   40 Hours Per Week
Oklahoma   40 Hours Per Week
Oregon   40 Hours Per Week
Pennsylvania   40 Hours Per Week
Rhode Island   40 Hours Per Week
South Carolina   40 Hours Per Week
South Dakota   40 Hours Per Week
Tennessee   40 Hours Per Week
Texas   40 Hours Per Week
Utah   40 Hours Per Week
Vermont   40 Hours Per Week
Virginia   40 Hours Per Week
Washington   40 Hours Per Week
West Virginia   40 Hours Per Week
Wisconsin   40 Hours Per Week
Wyoming   40 Hours Per Week