How to Calculate Time and a Half?


There are several ways to calculate 'time and a half' which is the standard rate of pay for overtime hours. Simply multiplying the basic rate by 1.5 is the mathematical way. Adding half the amount again to the basic rate is the practical way. In either case, time and a half for $10 would be $15.
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