I recently started working for a new employer. I get paid by the hour and the work hours are not always consistent. A job lasted a lot longer than expected and in fact needed to be finished on a day off.
I am not asking for legal advice or help with my calculations. Given overtime pay, laws regarding minimum amount payable in a day, and a bonus, I would like to "double check" with the manager that he intends to pay me the amount I calculated. My question is what word should I use instead of "double check" as that implies I am not confident in my calculations. I do not want to suggest it's up for debate.
For example I am going to send the email:
On October 1st I worked 8 hours my base pay and 3 more hours at double time rate which sums to... On October 2nd... Plus bonus of...
In total this is $500
Are we on the same page?
How do I conclude the message without "are we on the same page?"
Update: there seems to be confusion with the answer/comments. In addition to over time pay, there was a "bonus" on top of that. The bonus was extra pay for agreeing to work on a day off. Perhaps this confuses some people but if there's a better word please advise.