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Payroll calculations

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I have an employee who is salary non-exempt and they receive OT for anything over 40 hours.

The question this employee keeps bringing up is why they aren't paid for their 'straight' time on holiday weeks. I'll give an example.

Thanksgiving Week we had 2 company holidays - Thursday and Friday.

Employee worked 30 Hours M/Tu/W
Paid Holiday 16 Hours
Total Hours 46 Hours

Since they exceeded 40 hours total, they want to be paid 'straight time' for the additional 6 hours on their time sheet.

Are they entitled to this straight time?

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