from what you mentioned it would be 4 hours
for the 4 hours not worked
If you paid at overtime rate for those extra hours that needs to be returned
since those hours not worked
but I paid her for 12.
You said you paid 44 rather than 40
where worked 40
where is the 12 coming in?
if you paid for 12 on 8 hour day, and worked 8, then 4 is due
if you paid for 52 where worked 40, 12 is due
the hours paid and not worked is what would be due back to you
oops Daniel, I paid her for 6 not 12
Daniel, are u there?
I am here
how many total over 40?
You are entitled for those hours not worked over 40 for the week
So she could either pay in 6hrs of time or pay me back the money?
easier with time
and avoids issues
I wish you the best.
Do not deduct from her future pay though
to avoid labor board entanglements
Kindly click on an excellent rating for the answer.
are you there?
thank you Daniel for your time.
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