Regular rate of pay means the rate of pay the employee was receiving at the time maternity leave commenced, but does not include retroactive adjustment of rate of pay, acting pay, overtime, shift premium or any other form of supplementary compensation.

Regular rate of pay means the hourly rate actually paid to employees for a standard, non- overtime workweek. Employers need not pay employees on an hourly basis. If pay is on a piece- rate, salary, commission, or other non-hourly basis, any overtime compensation is based on an hourly regular rate calculated from the employee’s pay.

Regular rate of pay means an overtime rate of pay equivalent to an employee's total straight-time pay for one workweek divided by 40.

## Examples of *Regular rate of pay* in a sentence

**Regular rate of pay**shall be calculated as provided for by the Fair Labor Standards Act.**Regular rate of pay**shall be the rate of pay calculated as provided for by the Fair Labor Standards Act.**Regular rate of pay**is the applicable rate for regularly scheduled work.**Regular rate of pay**must be used in the calculation of overtime, per the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).**Regular rate of pay**is a non-exempt employee’s base rate of pay plus any other payment which qualifies as income.

## More Definitions of *Regular rate of pay*

Regular rate of pay shall be in strict accord with the provisions of the FLSA.

Regular rate of pay means the total compensation an employee receives including base pay, shift or educational differential, special or extraordinary duty pay, leadworker pay, or any other additional special pay.

Regular rate of pay means an employee's salary plus longevity, incentive, educational, and/or assignment pay.

Regular rate of pay means the regular hourly rate or hourly equivalent that an employer must pay an employee for each hour the employee works during a given work shift, including any shift differential pay. “Regular rate of pay” does not include:

Regular rate of pay. Defined. An employee’s “regular rate of pay” is his or her 28-day salary divided by the number of regularly scheduled hours in the pay period for such employee. For example, if the employee is scheduled to work on a shift with 216 hours during the 28-day pay period, his regular rate of pay for the pay period is equal to his 28-day salary divided by 216. If, however, the firefighter is scheduled to work on a shift which has 240 hours in the pay period, his regular rate of pay would be equal to his 28-day salary divided by 240. Once again, the firefighter’s compensation for scheduled overtime will be for the regularly scheduled hours worked in excess of 212 hours in a 28-day period times .5 times the 28-day salary divided by the regularly scheduled hours in the 28-day period.

Regular rate of pay means the hourly rate of pay, which an employee would have received for work performed during non- overtime hours.

Regular rate of pay means the hourly rate that is used to