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Hourly rate (Exemple)

 

To do:

An employee works 6 hours per day.

She carries out 3 hours heavy work of class A and 3 hours light work of class B.

The employer must pay 3 hours at the rate for class A and 3 hours at the rate for class B.

To avoid:
When there are two rates of wages, one should not show an average rate in the payroll and on the pay slips (ex.: rate class A + rate class B ÷ 2); rather it is necessary to record in detail the hours of each hourly rate.