Within QSP is the option to generate payroll processing reports that include SLS overtime calculations. A simple checkbox gives you the freedom to see your SLS OT calculations display on PPR’s and Time Sheets for your determined work week. Because overtime is a per week calculation, the payroll processing reports generate multiple sheets within the excel file to display weekly overtime totals. When running your PPR, if you select a date range that begins or ends mid week, the report will not take into account hours worked outside that date range. For example, your SLS OT work week is Sunday through Saturday and your payroll range begins on the 16th which is a Friday, hours worked before the 16th will not be considered to determine if any overtime is to paid out on the 16th and 17th. Watch this video to learn more!
Just like setting a weekly OT cap for a client or worker, the same type of limit can be set up to manage how much IHSS a worker or client can be scheduled. The difference is that there are no security override options available. If a user attempts to schedule over the weekly IHSS cap, they are forced to modify the shift. No exceptions here. Each worker and client can have a custom cap that can be set up in their profile, after being initially set up in the SLS OT settings. The worker even has a special weekly IHSS dashboard that is enabled by selecting them as an IHSS worker in their HR profile. Check out how all this is done.
There is an optional SLS OT setting within QSP that, if enabled, gives users the ability to assign sleep hours to particular shifts that qualify for this night rule. These sleep hours then become ineligible in overtime calculations. QSP performs a validation process to determine if shifts marked with Sleep hours satisfy this 5 Night Rule. Warning messages will alert users if they don’t satisfy the 5 night rule conditions. Watch to learn more!
If you so choose, you can enable within QSP’s SLS OT Settings the 24 hour rule. This features gives agencies the option to exclude up to 8 sleep hours from a consecutive 24 hour shift with the same staff and same client and have those hours exempt from overtime calculations. This tutorial details how that can work for your operations.
Should your agency choose, you can enable within QSP’s SLS OT settings the option to consider your agency as a IHSS co-employer. If this is setting is turned on, QSP will calculate IHSS toward the weekly overtime total. This video shows how to set that up and how it impacts OT weekly caps.
This tutorial reviews the QSP SLS OT setting called Worker Overtime Weekly Caps which allows an agency to set up the amount of overtime they are allowing their users to schedule per worker. This weekly worker overtime cap can be customized per worker as well by going into the Worker’s profile and adjusting the overtime settings per worker. QSP will then look first to see if there is an override value that is different that the default Application settings for a worker’s weekly overtime cap for SLS. Scheduling restrictions will warn or restrict certain security levels that try and schedule service hours over the set overtime limit. Watch this video to learn more.
This tutorial reviews the QSP SLS Overtime setting called Client Overtime Weekly Caps which allows an agency to set up the amount of overtime they are allowing their users to schedule per client. This overtime cap can be customized per client as well by going into the Client’s profile and adjusting the Overtime Calculation Rules per client. QSP will then look first to see if there is an override value that is different that the default Application settings for a client’s SLS Weekly Overtime cap. Scheduling restrictions will warn or restrict certain security levels that try and schedule service hours over the set overtime limit. Watch this video to learn more.
This provides a brief overview of what is available if using QSP’s SLS Overtime features. These settings are specific for SLS overtime service only, and are based on the interpretation particular rules from the Department of Labor. Each agency should seek their own legal counsel on overtime for their operations. Please review this video to learn more.