How to Calculate California Reporting and Call-Back Pay (With Quiz)

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  • 1. www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor How To Calculate California Reporting and Call-Back Pay With Quiz Your personal shopper for HR news!
  • 2. REPORTING TIME PAY What is “reporting time pay?”www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 3. What is Partial compensation for “reporting time pay?” reporting to work for a Reporting Time Pay specified number of hours and then being deprived of work by the employer’s actions.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 4. What is Partial compensation for “reporting time pay?” reporting to work for a Reporting Time Pay specified number of hours and then being deprived of work by the employer’s actions. Specifically…www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 5. 1. Each workday an What is “reporting time pay?” employee is required to Reporting Time Pay report to work, but a) is not put to work, or b) is furnished with less than ½ of his scheduled day’s workwww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 6. 2. He must be paid for ½ of What is “reporting time pay?” his scheduled day’s work Reporting Time Pay a) but not less than 2 hours b) nor more than 4 hours c) at his regular rate of pay.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 7. Are there times when an employer does not have to pay for reporting time? Yes. Reporting Time Pay 1. When the employer’s operations cannot begin or continue due to threats to employees or property, or when civil authorities recommend that work not begin or continue.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 8. Are there times when an 2. When public utilities fail employer does not have to pay for reporting time? to supply electricity, water Reporting Time Pay or gas, or where there is a failure in the public utilities or sewer system.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 9. Are there times when an 3. When the interruption is employer does not have to pay for reporting time? caused by an Act of God Reporting Time Pay or other cause not within the employer’s control, for example an earthquake .www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 10. Are there times when an 4. If the employee is not fit employer does not have to pay for reporting time? to work. Reporting Time Paywww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 11. Are there times when an 5. If the employee has not employer does not have to pay for reporting time? reported to work on time Reporting Time Pay and is fired or sent home as a disciplinary action.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 12. Are there times when an 6. If an unexpected or employer does not have to pay for reporting time? unusual occurrence during Reporting Time Pay off hours makes it impossible for the employer to open business and the employer has made every reasonable effort to notify employees not to report for work.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 13. Reporting Time Pay Quiz #1 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) But has no work due to a b) 2 hours? scheduling error. c) 4 hours?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 14. Reporting Time Pay Quiz #1 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) But has no work due to a b) 2 hours? scheduling error. c) 4 hours?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 15. Reporting Time Pay Quiz #2 Joe is scheduled for a 3 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) But has no work due to a b) 2 hours? scheduling error. c) 4 hours?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 16. Reporting Time Pay Quiz #2 Joe is scheduled for a 3 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) But has no work due to a b) 2 hours? scheduling error. c) 4 hours?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 17. CALL-BACK PAY What is “call-back pay?”www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 18. If an employee is required to What is “call back pay?” report to work a 2nd time and Call-Back Pay is furnished less than 2 hours of work on the second reporting a) He must be paid for 2 hours b) At his regular rate of pay. c) But remember:www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 19. If the call-back period What is “call back pay?” includes any time worked: Call-Back Pay a) over 8 hours in a single day, or b) Over 40 hours in the work week The employee is entitled to pay at 1.5 times his regular rate for the time actually worked.www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 20. Call-Back Pay Quiz #1 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 2 hours? goes home c) 2 hours at 1.5 times his c) He is called back to work regular rate? later than night because a d) 1-3/4 hours at his regular client has an emergency rate plus 1/4 hour at 1.5 d) He works 15 minutes times his regular rate?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 21. Call-Back Pay Quiz #1 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 2 hours? goes home c) 2 hours at 1.5 times his c) He is called back to work regular rate? later than night because a d) 1-3/4 hours at his regular client has an emergency rate plus 1/4 hour at 1.5 d) He works 15 minutes times his regular rate?www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 22. Call-Back Pay Quiz #2 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 2 hours? goes home c) 6 hours at his regular rate? c) He is called back to work d) 6 hours at 1.5 times his later than night because a regular rate? client has an emergency d) He works 6 more hourswww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 23. Call-Back Pay Quiz #2 Joe is scheduled for an 8 hr. day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 2 hours? goes home c) 6 hours at his regular rate? c) He is called back to work d) 6 hours at 1.5 times his later than night because a regular rate? client has an emergency d) He works 6 more hourswww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 24. Call-Back Pay Quiz #3 Joe is scheduled for a 4 hour day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 1 hour? goes home c) 2 hours? c) He is called back to work later than night because a client has an emergency d) He works 1 more hourwww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 25. Call-Back Pay Quiz #3 Joe is scheduled for a 4 hour day: The employer must pay Joe: a) He reports to work on time a) 0 hours? b) He completes his shift and b) 1 hour? goes home c) 2 hours? c) He is called back to work later than night because a client has an emergency d) He works 1 more hourwww.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor
  • 26. www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor Send questions or comments to: admin@hrgazette.com Your personal shopper for HR news!
  • 27. www.hrgazette.com Mary E. Wright, Editor Ubiquitous Disclaimer HR Gazette does not provide legal advice. The content of this slide deck is for Informational purposes only. Before using this information – or any information you get over the Internet – consult your lawyer. Nothing takes the place of advice from a lawyer who knows you and your business, and who understands the laws of the state in which your business is located. Your personal shopper for HR news!