Why is the FLSA Overtime Premium Rate Different than the Overtime Base Rate when no Additional Earnings are Present? (Doc ID 1372723.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (US) - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal



Why is the OT Hour Base Rate is calculated to a different figure than the OT Hour Half Rate if the employee does not have any additional FLSA Earnings?

 


Due to rounding, the calculated earnings are a penny different between the different rates.

Employee's Hourly Rate of Pay = 16.31701

Base = 16.31701 x .5 = 8.158505
Half = 16.31735 x .5 = 8.158675

Hours = 10.5

10.5 x 8.158505 = 85.664302
10.5 x 8.158675 = 85.666087

85.664302 rounds to 85.66
85.666087 rounds to 85.67

 


Solution

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