Some companies have a policy to pay salaried employees for all hours worked, even hours above the standard eight hours in a business day. This is sometimes called Straight Time Overtime (STOT) or Extended Work Week (EWW). The salaried employee is paid their regular period salary, plus an hourly rate for each hour over eight in a day. This policy can vary in that it may depend on what type of work is eligible for the additional pay. For example, a company may require that additional hourly pay may only be earned on billable client hours. In Unanet, rules such as these may be enforced with a validation stored procedure.

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