Chapter 2 Assessment (98%) Beig.Tolland Acct Payroll - Student Christopher Robertson Assignment Chapter 2 Assessment Take Details Assignment score 98

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Assignment: Chapter 2 Assessment + Problem InstructionFall is paid a biweekly salary of \$937.50. Overtime is paid for hours beyond 40 in each workweek. Oneweek, Fall works 3 hours overtime. Fall's pay for this biweekly pay period is \$990.24. Round your answer to the nearest cent.2.Your answer:Employees who regularly work less than 20 hours a week are not covered by the minimum wagerequirements. Student: Christopher Robertson Take Details Assignment score: 98% Total Time spent: 3 hours, 28 minutes, 40 seconds Score for selected take: 98% (49/50) Time spent on selected take: 1. Your answer: a. Trueb. False 3.Your answer:Susan Tate receives an hourly wage of \$11.25 for a 40-hour week of 5 days, 8 hours daily. For Saturdaywork, she is paid 1½times the regular rate. For Sunday work, she is paid 2 times the regular rate. Oneweek, she worked 50 hours—4 hours of which were on Saturday and 6 hours on Sunday. Her totalearnings for the week are \$652.52.
4.Your answer:Commissions are considered to be payments for hours worked and must be included in determining theregular hourly rate. 5.Your answer:An enterprise is covered under the FLSA if there are at least two employees engaged in interstatecommerce and if the enterprise has a gross annual sales volume of at least \$100,000. 6.Your answer:A full-time student may be employed by a retail shop at 85 percent of the minimum wage. a. Trueb. False 7.Your answer:Charles Rollins earns \$2,400 each month and works 35 hours each week. \$ \$ 8.Your answer:Training sessions are counted as working time when the following condition is met:

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• Summer '15
• P.Hillman
• Working time, Employment compensation, FLSA