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Is night premium added to regular pay?
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Is night premium added to regular pay?  For example if your regular pay reads: 13.50.  But overnight premium says: 1.00.  Does that add to 14.50 or is it just 13.50?  I'm confused, thanks.



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It's shown separately--it has its own box on your pay stub--at least, in the Dallas Division.  So, you'd have $13.50, plus, separately but included in the total, $1.00 times your number of hours between 2200 and 0600.

Figuring out pay statements is one of the minor challenges of working here.

 



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In Delta, night premium is not shown separately unless you have a pay premium for backup or lead, then it is separated and you lose the money for any hours worked outside of the 10p-6a night premium time, whereas when it is combined, even if you come in early or stay late, you'll still get that night premium for all hours worked.

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Yes.  It's calcualted into your paycheck as premium pay.  Don't count on a lot of it.  It's cents not dollars.  Kroger employees got screwed on the last contract.  We use to get dollars on contract pay increases.  Now we're fighting for cents.



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Holy cow. Night premium exists?! I thought I was special getting an extra dollar a hour for sundays.



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