Time in addition to what is normal, as time worked beyond one's scheduled working hours,
Time in addition to what is normal, as time worked beyond one's scheduled working hours
fewer opportunities for overtime
an overtime ban
Payment for such extra work
Extra time played at the end of a game that is tied at the end of the regulation time
they lost in overtime
In addition to normal working hours
they were working overtime to fulfill a big order
his brain was working overtime
work done in addition to regular working hours
beyond the regular time; "she often has to work overtime"
playing time beyond regulation, to break a tie
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*by agreement between employers and workers ...
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The continuance of a contest that is tied at the end of regulation time until a winner is determined or the maximum number of overtime periods have expired
The time worked before or after your regularly scheduled working hours. When there were very few rules about how long people were required to work, the trade union movement campaigned for shorter working hours. ...
The extra period(s) played after a regulation game ends tied; also called OT.
Hours worked in excess of a regular number of hours fixed by statute or union contract.
Time is added to an intercollegiate or championship "Regulation Game" that ends in a tie, to determine the winner.
is the hours worked per week in excess of the time worked in the normally scheduled work week.
Events are quoted at either, 6, 7, or 8 hour on site shifts. After 8 hours, time-and-a-half is billed at 56.25/hour. Double time (after 12 hours) is 75.00/hour.
A sudden-death 10-minute period of overtime played if a game is not decided after three periods in a game that requires a resolution.
An extension of playing time beyond the established limit to decide the winner of a contest when the score is tied. In professional football, an overtime period is 15 minutes long, but the winner can be declared if a of the teams scores before the 15 minutes is over.
By asking or requiring workers to work extra hours a day or an extra day per week, firms can create a temporary increase in capacity without the added expense of hiring additional workers.
Time credited to an FLSA non-exempt employee at a rate of 1-1/2 times the time worked when a part-time or full-time FLSA non-exempt employee physically works more than 40 hours in a seven-day workweek.
A five-minute extra period that is played when the game is tied after two halves. If a game remains tied following an overtime period, another is played and another until there is a winner.
A designation for work performed outside the hours specified as normal hours.
If regulation time ends with the score tied in high school or college games, there will be fine-minute interval, followed by two overtime periods of three minutes each. ...
Compensation at 1.5 times the regular hourly rate. See applicable bargaining contract or personnel plan.
The time-and-one-half pay which a classified employee must receive for working more than 40 hours in a workweek.