More than a calculator for calculating overtime, JOUROFF offers you an online timesheet that works like a calculator to add up the hours worked.
HR manager, accountant or employee, this simulator offers you the possibility of making simulations of calculation of working hours by integrating several possibilities of setting...This according to the different contracts of the employees.
Indeed, given that the monitoring of working hours involves different calculation rules per company or per employee, this tool offers several hourly calculation options.
The declaration of working hours can be done by indicating a weekly hourly volume worked by the employee.
This option of the overtime simulator avoids declaring the working hours date by date.
Thus, the simulator calculates the overtime on the basis of the declared hourly quota.
The calculation of overtime can be done for purposes of remuneration according to the hourly wage rate, or for the purpose of recovering the hours.
In both cases, it is advisable to be precise on the calculation of the hours worked by the employee.
This is the reason why the overtime simulator offers an option to enter working hours by date.
This method of calculating overtime provides more precision on the dates and time slots at which the overtime has occurred.
In the event that you are required to apply the overtime increase on night hours or on public holidays, clarification is required.
In a classic case of calculating the increase in overtime, it is the taking into account of the time slot that prevails.
For example, the hours worked between 35h and 43h are increased by 25%, and beyond the 43h worked the increase is 50%.
A calculation simulation for an employee whose employment contract is 35 hours per week, would give the following:
(1) Weekly hours declared 39h
> Gross overtime hours calculated for Threshold_1 = 39 - 35 = 4 h
> Increased overtime = 4 * 25/100 = 1 h
> Total overtime = 4 + 1 = 5 h
(2) Weekly hours declared 45h
> Overtime for Threshold_1 = 43 - 35 = 8 h
> Overtime for Threshold_2 = 45 - 43 = 2 h
...The employee worked 10 hours of gross overtime
> Increased overtime = (8 * 25/100) + (2 * 50/100) = (2) + (1) = 3
> Total overtime = 10 + 3 = 13h
It should be noted that these premium rates do not apply in the same way to all companies, it depends on each collective agreement or company agreement, which we invite you to read carefully.
The overtime calculator performs these hourly calculations automatically, then you can export the results to a pdf file, for internal use in your company.
The overtime simulator offers the possibility of activating the counting of working hours, while ensuring the calculation of overtime triggered by exceeding the weekly ceiling.
In fact, this calculator for calculating overtime offers hr managers the possibility of evaluating working hours, seeing the activities which are the basis for calculating overtime.
This makes it possible to control the process of calculating working time at the same time as the monitoring of indicators hr time spent by activity.
This functionality gives the overtime simulator an online timesheet and activities dimension.
Therefore, each company can make this free working time calculator a real tool for entering working hours within the company.
In order to take into account the specificities of each company, the overtime simulator offers two hours entry modes, namely the accumulation of hours over a day or the declaration of the start time. and the end time.
In both cases, the timesheet provides the total hours worked per week.
Like a real online calendar, thanks to this overtime simulator, you can browse by month or by year in order to make charges on the week that interests you.
This calculator also allows you to take into account the calculation of additional hours.
As a reminder, we are talking about additional hours when a part-time employee works hours beyond his contractual working time.
These differ from overtime in terms of statutory regime and hourly quota.
On the other hand the principle of calculation is the same, namely, on the one hand the weekly working time provided for in the contract, and on the other hand, the application of a threshold making it possible to determine the hours beyond the contractual hours.
In all cases, the calculator offers you the possibility of dynamically defining the hourly and increase thresholds, depending on the type of contract.
The objective of this calculator is to provide you with an accounting of working hours and overtime without applying the wage rate.
In other words, the overtime simulator offers you hourly indicators...It is up to you to apply your wage rate in order to estimate your salary for overtime pay.
However, the calculator provides the result in the form of a summary table of gross overtime hours before application of the increase thresholds, but also overtime hours increased by time slot.