Seasonal Worker Harvesting & Canning Only
THIS EMPLOYEE WORKED 50 HRS A WEEK AND ONLY WORKED 5 WEEKS THIS SEASON
HOURS: $100.00 X 44 HRS = $440.00
GROSS: IS NOT USED FOR SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT
- NO MORE THAN 14 WEEKS ARE IN A SEASON OR IT IS NOT CONSIDERED SEASONAL
- NO OVERTIME IS PAID
- 44 HOUR WEEK IS USED AS AN AVERAGE
Section 1) HOURLY WAGE
a) Hourly rate at time of injury: Need to know if the employee is paid by the following:
Standard (include shift differential if the employee was earning it when injured) or
Piece rate or Tips
b) Hours per week
Multiply by - Seasonal
Section 2) GROSS WAGE
Gross is not used for seasonal employment.
Section 5) WEEKLY WAGE and TTD RATE COMPUTATION
a) Weekly Wage (Greater of #1 or #2 above)
b) Multiply by .66667 Equals Weekly TTD Rate
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SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT: Need to find out how many weeks the employee would have worked in that season if they had not been injured. The weeks in the season cannot be more than 14.
Seasonal employment is based on the hourly rate earned at the time of the injury, multiplied by 44 hours of straight time. This figure is then multiplied by .66667 for the TTD rate.
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