This tool calculates your total earnings based on your regular and overtime hours worked in Florida.

## How to Use the Overtime Calculator

This calculator helps you to determine your total pay including overtime for employees in Florida. To use it, follow these steps:

- Enter your hourly rate in dollars.
- Enter the number of regular hours you worked (up to 40 hours per week).
- Enter the number of overtime hours you worked (any hours over 40 per week).
- Click the “Calculate” button to see your total pay including overtime.

## How the Calculator Works

The calculator takes the following steps to calculate your total pay:

- First, it multiplies your hourly rate by the number of regular hours you worked to determine your regular pay.
- Then, it calculates your overtime rate as 1.5 times your regular hourly rate.
- It multiplies this overtime rate by the number of overtime hours you worked to determine your overtime pay.
- Finally, it adds your regular pay and your overtime pay together to get your total pay.

## Limitations

This calculator has certain limitations:

- It assumes that overtime rate is exactly 1.5 times the hourly rate as required by law.
- It does not account for any deductions or bonuses.
- It does not handle other scenarios such as double overtime or holiday pay which may have different calculations.
- Ensure all inputs are positive numbers to get an accurate calculation.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Calculate Overtime Pay for Regular Hours Worked

Enter the number of hours worked and your regular rate of pay to calculate your regular earnings. If you work more than 40 hours in a week in Florida, the calculator will automatically calculate your overtime pay.

### Factor in Overtime Pay for Hours Worked Beyond 40 Hours

If you work more than 40 hours in a week, use the calculator to determine your overtime pay rate based on Florida laws. Input your total hours and regular pay rate to get your total earnings with overtime included.

### Estimate Total Earnings with Overtime and Regular Pay

By entering your regular rate of pay, hours worked, and any overtime hours, you can estimate your total earnings for the week. The calculator will provide you with a breakdown of regular and overtime pay.

### Determine Double Overtime Pay for Hours Worked After 8 Hours in a Day

For Florida employees working over 8 hours in a day, input your daily hours and regular rate to calculate double overtime pay. The calculator will show you how much you are entitled to based on Florida law.

### Include Overtime for Night Shift Differential

If you work night shifts and qualify for overtime pay, make sure to include any night shift differentials in the calculator. Input your night shift hours and rates to determine your total earnings accurately for the week.

### Calculate Overtime Pay for Part-Time Employees

Part-time employees in Florida are also entitled to overtime pay. Enter the hours worked and regular pay rate to calculate both regular and overtime earnings for the week, based on the number of hours worked over 40.

### Adjust Overtime Calculation for Paid Time Off

If you took paid time off during the week but still worked overtime hours, adjust the calculator by subtracting the paid time off hours from the total hours worked. This ensures accurate calculations for your overtime pay.

### Factor in Statutory Holidays for Overtime Calculation

If you worked overtime hours during a statutory holiday in Florida, include those hours in the calculator to calculate your holiday pay correctly. Input your holiday hours and rates to get the total earnings inclusive of overtime pay.

### Compare Overtime Pay for Different Rates of Pay

If you have different regular rates of pay for various shifts or tasks, use the calculator to compare your total earnings with overtime included. Input the hours worked at each rate to see the total amount you would earn for the week.

### Calculate Overtime Pay with Bonus or Commissions Included

To calculate your total earnings with overtime pay, you can input any bonuses or commissions earned for the week. The calculator will factor in these additional earnings to give you a comprehensive view of your total pay.