New Year's day will be more than a month away, which indicates the beginning of the new year. Have you achieved your goals in 2018? Some companies may work overtime on New Year's day, so salary has become a concern. How many times of salary will be paid on New Year's Day 2019? Will three times of salary be paid on New Year's Day 2019?
How many times of salary will be paid on New Year's Day 2019
January 1, 2019 is the new year's day. The new year's Day holiday and weekend are continuous, that is, the new year's Day holiday in 2019 is from December 30, 2018 to January 1, 2018, a total of 3 days.
According to the regulations, when a laborer works on the day of a legal holiday, the employing unit shall pay the overtime wage at 300% of the daily wage, which shall not be offset by compensatory leave.
On December 30 and 31, 2017, enterprises implementing the standard working hour system may choose to give overtime employees compensatory leave or pay double daily wage. For overtime work on January 1, three times of daily overtime wage shall be paid.
Double daily wage = calculation base of overtime wage & divide; 21.75 & times; 200%
Triple daily wage = calculation base of overtime wage & divide; 21.75 & times; 300%
Will you be paid three times of overtime on New Year's Day 2019
For overtime work on January 1, three times of daily overtime wage shall be paid.
Do you have to pay overtime pay to arrange compensatory holidays on statutory holidays
Overtime pay is also required
According to the labor law, if a worker is arranged to work on a rest day and cannot be arranged to take a compensatory rest, he shall be paid not less than 200% of his salary. It can be seen that after working overtime on the rest day, the enterprise can first arrange compensatory leave, and only when it is unable to arrange compensatory leave, can it pay the overtime fee of no less than 200% of the wage. In other words, after working overtime on weekends, it's up to the enterprise to decide whether to arrange compensatory leave or pay overtime pay. Employees have no choice. According to the provisions of relevant laws and regulations, the employer must pay overtime wages only for overtime work at night and on national holidays.