Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by eplaner, Dec 22, 2012.

1. eplanerNew Member

sun- 5.58
mon- 11.58
tues- 11.13
wed- 9.78
thur- 10.83
fri- 8.85

total- 57.75
average 9.78

so my question is how many hours are overtime? and how many hours are regular time?

2. UpstateNYUPSerVery proud grandfather.

17.75 hours OT

3. Brain GenocideNew Member

After 8 hrs it is overtime, mon,tue,wed,thu you are over the 8 hour mark, Not sure about sunday - wait for an expert to tell you if that would be time and a half or not. Also plan on deducting time for breaks if you took any.

4. Monkey ButtYou can call me ChappyStaff Member

Where I come from, the OT hours would be 20.17.
OT kicks in after 8 hours on each day.
What local /supplement do you work under?

5. barnyardKTM riderStaff Member

Also depends on if you are PT working a sort and helping vs driving.

Are the Sunday hrs. really Monday morning hrs.?

7. cachsuxWah

The OP can't do math and you want to know their local?

I'm good with calculation - YouTube

8. iruhnman630Active Member

It's more complicated than simple math. Is the op pt or ft? Is Sunday paid at straight time or time.5? Does helper time count towards overtime? Does the Sunday time count towards straight time or over time when calculating the weekly total?

Last edited: Dec 22, 2012
9. iruhnman630Active Member

OT if you are a ft'er, first 8 of day are straight time, ot for the week for anything over 40 straight time :

Mon 3.58
Tue 3.13
Wed 1.78
Thu 2.83
Fri 8.85-2.42= 6.43 (2.42 being the remaining straight-time hours since you didn't reach 8 on Sun, depending on your pay status for Sunday. Slightly complicated.)

40 straight time hours + 17.75 OT

10. FunfactWell-Known Member

It appears that the OP is a PT loader and works in CA.

11. OptimusPrimeActive Member

Don't know about Cali, but here OT for pt starts after 5 hours.

12. iruhnman630Active Member

That makes it a whole lot more ot:

0.58 for Sunday, add 3.00 each day for Mon through Thurs, and all 8.85 for Friday. That is assuming it all counts toward ot. Helper time may not.

13. Anonymous 10Guest

17:75 if you are a part timer in the central region.

15. UnderThe RadarNew Member

I too am in the western conference, much of my time spent as a steward.

OP appears to be a M-F employee, therefore any Sunday work is considered a 7th punch and is at double time for both PT and FT. Sunday is always a 7th punch regardless if you work Saturday or even whether you worked your entire 5 days of your 5 day schedule for the week, provided you are a M-F employee. If he/she is a Sun-Thurs employee Friday would be considered a 6th punch and would be at 1.5x for the entire shift.

If OP is PT then overtime would start over 5 hours on any of his/her regularly scheduled 5 working days, unless there is a break of time greater than a 1 hour lunch in between shifts (as in working doubles), in which case OT starts after 8 hours per day. If you are FT, you recieve OT after 8 hours per day, regardless of whether you are over 40 hours yet for the week.

You can do the math. I believe this covers all possible scenarios.

16. sortaisleLivin the cardboard dream

Close...if they start their day as a driver helper then they don't get OT till after 8...regardless of whether or not they work their shift after. Sunday work is double time until midnight.

17. UPSRookNew Member

What's the deal with the regular payrate? For 18.21 total hours, they paid \$8.50 for the first 9 hours, \$9.50 for the next 9 hours, and overtime for the remainder. I get the overtime after 5 hours if youre PT, but whats with the \$9.50?

18. barnyardKTM riderStaff Member

Could be a different job classification or you got a raise.

19. eplanerNew Member

yea i am a part timer small sorter that works in california ontario.
sunday isn't overtime for me i know that.
anything over 8 hours are overtime. and anything over 40 hour per week are overtime.

i did an calculation of my own. and i get 26.24 hours of overtime.

did anybody else get it around that?

20. BacklasherStronger, Faster, Browner

Are you part time, or Full time.

Part time overtime is anything over 5hrs.

Full time overtime is anything over 8hrs.

If you are an Under 8hr. bid air driver , then anything over 8hrs. is overtime.

How long have you been @ your classification cause you really should now these matters and study your contract or you will be taken advantage of and probably have been.

Learn these things deligently.