I had something odd with OT. Glad it's not just me. I stared at it for a while before I think I figured it out.Looking at my payslip, I have Perimeter Checks and Overtime listed from 2019?! Anyone else see a bunch of weird shit on their slips for this upcoming paycheck?
I had something odd with OT. Glad it's not just me. I stared at it for a while before I think I figured it out.
On a couple lines, it looks like they took away OT from me. I worked OT and got paid for it, but I'm paying it back on this next check. The pay rate for these instances is negative $8.50 (which is half of my $17.00 normal rate). One example is that in one week in August, I worked 2.13 hours of OT, and Target is taking back $18.11. It's worth noting that I keep the normal pay for those hours, which is $17.00 x 2.13. They're only taking back the extra money that OT gets you. I keep the "time" and they take back the "and a half".
But wait! The next part is very interesting, and confusing. It shows the same week in August and lists the OT at 2.13 hours, but the rate is different. Instead of $8.50, it's $8.62. Target is paying me $18.37.
Adding them together, Target took back $18.11 and then gave me $18.37, so I gained $.26.
I have no clue why this happened, but I wanted to explain it so people don't freak out about Target taking their OT away - they actually gave me more money. It's not much, and it doesn't make sense, but the point of my post is that I'm not losing money over it.
I assume you're a TL, which means you got your bonus on this check. The entire check is much higher than a normal check, which means there is going to be a higher tax rate.I noticed a similar thing, and I noticed that my tax rate increased slightly too. Like by about 3%. So, sure it seems like there is an increase in that redistributed payment, whatever is happening, but more is being taken out with the higher tax rate.
So they might be giving you 1% more there, but they're taking 3% back. Which then makes me wonder if I'm being double taxed some how?
Any accountants or CPAs here?
I assume you're a TL, which means you got your bonus on this check. The entire check is much higher than a normal check, which means there is going to be a higher tax rate.
Usually in other companies it is based purely on metrics, so you’re SOL if you have a shitty leader but on the plus side you’re all equally SOL.I totally bet that every leader will accurately judge each tm and only the ones that deserve it will get the bonuses and it totally doesn't have a chance of being corrupted...