Non-legal holiday overtime and non-statutory holiday midnight overtime are included in the calculation. Non-statutory holidays and non-statutory holidays are not included.
The Labor Standards Law stipulates that "holiday work" is also included in the calculation, and you can see that "holiday work" is also included in the calculation screen of the "upper limit of overtime work".
"Holiday work" refers to the "legal holidays" stipulated by law. Therefore, "non-legal holidays" specified by the company are not included in "holiday work".
Overtime work (overtime work on non-legal holidays) and late-night overtime work (overtime work on non-legal holidays) that occur on "non-statutory holidays" are included in the calculation because they are "overtime work".
If you want to include all working hours on non-statutory holidays in the calculation
Please consider the following two methods.
Change the work day type to "legal holiday"
By changing the working day type to "legal holiday", all working hours will be included in the calculation.
Please refer to here for how to change the work day type .
Please note that this does not include the calculation of items that are only applicable to "overtime work" that does not include holiday work.
Set "Weekly legal working hours per week"
"Employee type setting"> [Edit] of the applicable employment category> If " Legal working hours per week " is set, all working hours that exceed the standard hours in the week will be recorded in "Overtime" and "Late-night overtime".
For example, if the legal working hours per week are set to "40 hours" and the following work is done, all the "non-legal holiday" working hours after exceeding 40 hours in the week are all "holiday overtime (non-legal holiday overtime)" will be recorded in.