# What happens if an employee works two jobs at one company?

## What happens if an employee works two jobs at one company?

If an employee works two jobs in one company, how should he or she be compensated? First, let’s review the FLSA. The FLSA requires time-and-a-half overtime compensation for all hours worked over a prescribed threshold (typically 40 hours per week) for nonexempt employees.

Can a salaried employee pay for more than one job?

This method of computation is available for hourly employees only and does not apply to nonexempt salaried employees.

### Do you have to work extra hours as a salaried employee?

Salaried workers oftentimes are required by the demands of their positions to put in extra hours. Unlike hourly employees, there’s no obligation place on their employers to compensate them for this extra time. Many salaried workers have difficulty maintaining a work/life balance for this reason.

How are pay rates calculated for two jobs?

Typically, according to the FLSA regulations found at 29 C.F.R. §778.115, the employee’s regular rate of pay when he works two jobs is calculated as the weighted average of the different rates.

If an employee works two jobs in one company, how should he or she be compensated? First, let’s review the FLSA. The FLSA requires time-and-a-half overtime compensation for all hours worked over a prescribed threshold (typically 40 hours per week) for nonexempt employees.

#### Can a employer pay two different rates of pay?

But the SCA allows for a different method if the employer can prove which hours of work were for a project or class of work the employee was engaged to perform. Accordingly, under the SCA, employers can still pay workers performing two different jobs two different rates of pay. The employer just has an enhanced recordkeeping burden.

What are the benefits of being a salaried employee?

One of the main benefits of being a salaried employee is that your pay is not determined by whether or not you show up late to work. Even if you only work for five or six hours, you will be paid for a full day of work. The only difference is that if you don’t show up for more than a week at a time, then you won’t be paid for that week.

## How are consultants paid compared to salaried employees?

Consultants who are paid on an hourly basis will at least get paid their fee for every hour they work. Salaried employees don’t get either of these benefits. If somebody higher up on the food chain than they are wants them to work on a project that requires extra hours, the employee donates that time.

When do salaried employees have to be at work?

Most salaried employees are required to be at work for a full working day even though they may take work home every night. When employees are on a time clock, their managers can’t schedule meetings without paying their employees for attending. That is not the case for salaried employees.

### Can a salaried employee take two days off?

Salary employment law says this is a PTO issue as well. If you take off two days in the week, I’ll use two days of your PTO. However, if you’ve used all of your PTO and available time off, then the FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act) will allow me to dock you the two day’s pay. The rules about this are very strict.

Can a salaried employee work 50 hours a week?

1) “But I’m salaried! You can’t make me work 50 hours a week” Unless you are protected by child labor laws or are in a position that regulates shifts for safety reasons (such as pilots or truck drivers), I can require you to work 12 hours a day 7 days a week.