Upload
Login or register

kippomies

Last status update:
-
Date Signed Up:10/21/2011
Last Login:12/02/2016
Stats
Comment Ranking:#22042
Highest Content Rank:#3580
Highest Comment Rank:#6819
Content Thumbs: 1889 total,  2037 ,  148
Comment Thumbs: 899 total,  1220 ,  321
Content Level Progress: 88% (88/100)
Level 118 Content: Funny Junkie → Level 119 Content: Funny Junkie
Comment Level Progress: 10% (1/10)
Level 177 Comments: Soldier Of Funnyjunk → Level 178 Comments: Soldier Of Funnyjunk
Subscribers:0
Content Views:8965
Times Content Favorited:70 times
Total Comments Made:560
FJ Points:2618

  • Views: 29123
    Thumbs Up 1941 Thumbs Down 95 Total: +1846
    Comments: 288
    Favorites: 68
    Uploaded: 11/19/11
    Vegetables Vegetables
  • Views: 4580
    Thumbs Up 39 Thumbs Down 5 Total: +34
    Comments: 20
    Favorites: 2
    Uploaded: 05/09/13
    Finnish for the beginners Finnish for the beginners

latest user's comments

#42 - ...but wouldn't that just increase the $/hr like, without adju…  [+] (2 replies) 09/13/2016 on cj 0
#66 - JHDog (09/13/2016) [-]
How overtime normally works (only speaking for US) is that if you work more than 40 hours, then you get pain time and half for your hours over 40. So say you worked 50 hours at a job that pays $10, then for the first 40 hours you are still paid $10/hr but the additional 10 hours you get paid $15/hour (time and a half).
User avatar
#45 - avatice (09/13/2016) [-]
No what it means is that you have to count it as two different rates. For the the first 40 hours he would make x dollars per hour and then for the remaining he would make y dollars per hour, assuming he had overtime
I think that's how it works. I dunno tho
#38 - What even is "adjusting for overtime"? I'm dumb.  [+] (4 replies) 09/13/2016 on cj +1
User avatar
#40 - avatice (09/13/2016) [-]
He would probably get paid more for working more than, lets say, 40 hours
#42 - kippomies (09/13/2016) [-]
...but wouldn't that just increase the $/hr like, without adjusting anything?
#66 - JHDog (09/13/2016) [-]
How overtime normally works (only speaking for US) is that if you work more than 40 hours, then you get pain time and half for your hours over 40. So say you worked 50 hours at a job that pays $10, then for the first 40 hours you are still paid $10/hr but the additional 10 hours you get paid $15/hour (time and a half).
User avatar
#45 - avatice (09/13/2016) [-]
No what it means is that you have to count it as two different rates. For the the first 40 hours he would make x dollars per hour and then for the remaining he would make y dollars per hour, assuming he had overtime
I think that's how it works. I dunno tho
#8 - Picture 04/08/2016 on Happy Feet +2
#37 - ]psst... You misspelled Suomussalmi twice.  [+] (1 reply) 10/04/2015 on War: Winter War 0
User avatar
#38 - chuchiereaper (10/04/2015) [-]
fixed it, thanks.
#62 - Picture 09/28/2015 on Didney paus +4
#10 - Picture 09/16/2015 on AND HIS NAME IS +2
#9 - Picture 09/16/2015 on AND HIS NAME IS +7

user's friends