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W-2 Timekeeping and Overtime | For Professionals
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Written by Qwick Support
Updated over a week ago


Professionals working W-2 shifts are required to accurately record time worked in our timekeeping system within the Qwick for Professionals App (“Qwick App”). This includes:

  • Clocking in when you start work

  • Clocking out/in for meal breaks

  • Clocking out at the end of your shift

  • Recording all overtime worked

  • Never work without recording your time in the Qwick App (i.e., no “off-the-clock” work).

At the end of each shift, you will be asked to verify that the hours of work you have recorded in the Qwick App are correct. We also recommend reviewing your pay stubs each week to ensure they reflect all your worked time. If your time entries or pay is incorrect, please contact us as soon as possible at 79425 so we can ensure you are paid properly.

It is a violation of Qwick’s policy for anyone to instruct or encourage you to work off-the-clock, incorrectly report your hours worked, or alter your time records. If this occurs, report it immediately at [email protected] or through our Ethics Hotline (submissions to the hotline can be anonymous).

For more information on Qwick’s timekeeping policy, please reference our Handbook for W-2 Professional Employees (see the “General Employment Practices” section under “Timekeeping”).


Qwick professionals will be paid overtime as required by applicable federal, state, and local law. This includes being paid overtime for all hours worked over 40 in a workweek (Qwick’s workweek is Monday-Sunday), daily overtime, and as otherwise required.

Please review our Employee Handbook for W-2 Professionals and the State Supplement for your location to learn more about the overtime rules applicable to you.

How will I be paid overtime?

Overtime payments are included in your pay for the period in which it was earned.

Why did I get removed from a shift because of overtime?

While overtime is worked in some situations, it is our practice to limit it as much as possible to give our professionals rest and avoid incurring additional overtime charges.

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