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Dear Sir,
I have some query about the Overtime. Our office hours are start from 9.30 to 7.00 so whoever do duty after working hours that is considered as overtime.
Please find herewith OT calculation for your perusal.
Kindly check & let me know if there is any correction.
Also let me while calculation OT can we consider lunch time. Beside that if there any rules for OT please advice me.
An early reply will be highly appreciated
Thanks & Regards
7th November 2012 From India, Pune

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Dear Sujata
please clarify the question
If ur question is related to Vehicle Bill then here is the reply:-
if u taken this vehicle on rent along with the driver charge then its totaly depend on the agreement made at the time of hiring the vehicle
7th November 2012 From India, Jamshedpur

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Hi Sujata,
I have gone through your calculation. it seems that the Driver is paid monthly salary of INR 12500 and working days are 27, you have calculated OT at single rate.
I think the calculation should be as follows:
OT = (Gross salary/(month day i.e. 30 or 31))/8 X No. of OT hours X 2
7th November 2012 From India, Mumbai
we are giving payment to driver because we hire vehicle along with the driver. and the cost of driver or payment to driver is given by the vehicle owner
minimum working hour should be 8 Hr
If the vehicle driver is belongs to campany then the calculation is as:--
normal Hr of working 08:00 to 05:00pm (excluding lunch time i.e 01:00 to 02:00pm)
OT calculation suppose 05:00pm to 07:00pm OT will be 2hr.
driver rate as per minimum rate of (central or state)
Ot rate twice the rate of normal
7th November 2012 From India, Jamshedpur
Dear All
He is not driver he is admin assistant & he has to go for out side for official work so we give petrol allowance Rs. 2.50 Per Km.
Secondly our working hours are 9.30 not 8.
so let me know the attached calculation is correct or not also as per our company policy if any employee works less than hours then we will not consider the extras minutes for OT.
8th November 2012 From India, Pune
Hi Sujata,
Please let us know whether company has policy of paying its employee at single rate of wages / salary?
secondly whether your company has 5 days working or 6 days working week?
Overtime should be at double rate of wages / salary.
if your company has 5 days working week then the calculation OT shall be as follows:
OT = ((Gross Salary / Month day i.e.20 days or 21 days applicable) / 9.50) X 2) X No. of OT Hours
Avinash K.
8th November 2012 From India, Mumbai
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