How to write your own Employee Overtime Authorization Form
You can create your own customized editable version of this contract document using Contractors Contract Pack. Follow these steps to get started.
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Use the Employee Overtime Authorization Form to approve overtime hours for an employee or contractor.
Document Length: 1 Page
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This Employee Overtime Authorization Form is included in editable Word format that can be customized in Word or by using the included Wizard software.
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Once you have ordered and downloaded your Contractors Contract Pack you will have all the content you need to get started with your own formal declaration.
Customize the contract template with your own information.
You can customize the contract document as much as you need. You can also use the included Wizard software to automate merging in name/address data.
How do you write a Employee Overtime Authorization Form document?
Employee: First Last Job title of signator, authorized signature or signer. Contract Job Title Department: Department Supervisor: Supervisor Overtime Period: Start Date to End Date. All employees must obtain written permission from a supervisor in order for overtime pay to be credited.
Employees must complete the following form and file it with the Human Resources Department prior to working any overtime. Estimated Overtime Hours Reason Date.
Action Taken Overtime Pay Approved: ? Vacation/Comp Time Approved: ? Made up time: ? No action taken: ? Other: ? Notes:
Employee Signature Date
Supervisor Signature Date
Phone Phone Number
The complete Employee Overtime Authorization Form - with the actual formatting and layout - is available in this Contract Pack.
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Ian Lauder has been helping businesses write their proposals and contracts for two decades. Ian is the Owner and Founder of Proposal Kit, one of the original sources of business proposal and contract software products started in 1997.
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