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Chapter 2 A Problems Pg.2

Chapter 2 A Problems Pg.2 - 2-4A LO 4 The wages and hours...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-4A LO 4. . The wages and hours information for five employees of McNeese Enterprises For the week ended July 5 is given below. Employees work a standard 40—hour workweek and are paid time and one- half for all hours over 40 in each workweek. Regular (I. For each employee, compute the regular earnings, overtime rate, overtime earnings, and total gross earnings. II. Compute the total gross earnings for all employees. Hours Hourly Regular Overtime Total Gross Employee Worked Wage Rate Earnings Overtime Rate Earnings Earnings Carman, T. 47 $ 9.45 $ 378.00 s N - 1S $ (HIM $ H'l’in'Lb Galasso,A. 42 11.90 475.00 17.35 35.70 1511.10 Jones,B. 48 8.85 35%.00 I 3.7.5 [0L.1§ EileQ' 11‘ Rodna, G. 44 8.25 3313-00 i133 3357, 37q.§z Wilmon, w. 451/2 7.40 2014.00 H. 10 kl . 05 351. o; (b) Total gross earnings ................... $ ’1, l 25 :7 7 2-5A LO 4. Gabrielle Hunter, a waitress at the Hole-in—the—Wall restaurant, a. Pay for the 40 hours ............................... $ 35 - 2 a worked 42 hours this week and collected over $500 in tips. The b. Pay for the overtime hours ...................... $ ll . S 1. restaurant uses the full tip credit against the minimum wage and pays Hunter the minimum required for tipped employees. Deter— mine her gross pay From the restaurant. 2-6A LO 4. Connie Duffy started working for Dexter Company on Thursday of this week. She worked 9 hours on Thursday and 8 hours on Friday. Her annual salary is $80,000, and she is an exempt white— 2-7A LO 2. john Porter is an hourly employee of Motter Company located in New York City. This week, Porter had to travel to the company’s regional office in Albany. He left Sunday at noon and arrived in Albany at 3:00 PM. During the week, he worked his normal 40 hours in the Albany oflice (Monday through Friday—9 AM. to 5 P.M.). In addition, he attended the company’s 4—hour work 2-8A LO 4. Joseph Cavato is paid $12.96 per hour. During the past week, he worked 46 hours, and he is a covered employee who must be paid for overtime. Calculate his gross pay using the overtime premium approach. 2-9A LO 3, 4. The following time card shows the time worked one week by Ken Pace. The employer disregards any time before 8:00 AM. or between 12:00 and 1:00 PM. and after 5:00 P.M. Employees do not begin work until 8:00 AM. or 1:00 P.M., and do not work beyond 5:00 P.M., unless they are asked to work overtime. collar employee. Determine her gross pay for her first partial week of work. Grosspay ...................................................... $ U33“) training session on Wednesday evening. Porter’s hourly rate of pay is $14.80 per hour. I. Porter’s overtime earnings for the week are ................................................. $ l ES '40 ll. Porter’s total earnings for the week are ................................................. $ 7'1‘L‘f0 (I. Regular pay (46 hours) ........................... $ 5°“: .1 b b. Overtime premium pay .......................... :5 ‘38 (. Gross pay ............................................... $ {2 3 5. 03 Hours worked beyond the regular 8-hour day and on Saturday are paid at one and one-half times the regular rate. Hours worked on Sunday are paid double the regular rate. Fractions of the hour for time worked are based on full quarter—hour increments. 2-34 ...
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