Time beyond, or in excess of, a limit; esp., extra working time.
An extra period of time provided to play a game, beyond the end of the normal period allowed for the game, for the purpose of resolving a tie score; as, the team won in overtime.
Time worked in excess of an agreed upon time for normal working hours by an employee. Hourly or non-exempt employees must be compensated at the rate of one and one-half times their normal hourly rate for overtime work beyond 40 hours in one workweek. | Financial Administration | Accounting Services | Accounts Payable | Payroll Services | Fixed Asset Accounting
time worked in excess of an agreed number of bouts per day or week.
is the hours worked per week in excess of the time worked in the normally scheduled work week.
The excess time over the regular schedule of hours which a workman labors.
The hours of work required by management and approved in advance, excluding holidays and leave with pay, in excess of forty (40) hours during the work week.
The FLSA determines overtime is any time a worker works more that 40 hours in a week. Individual state laws can have their own overtime laws, but all must accommodate workers who work more than 40 hours a week
Charge for additional music or services before or after contracted hours
Hours worked beyond 40 in a work week are considered overtime for employees in positions designated as non-exempt. Overtime is paid at the rate of one and one-half times the base rate of pay. See Non-exempt. Part-time Part time employment with the University is defined as a regular schedule of: less than 40 hours per week for 9 months of the year, or less than 30 hours per week for 12 months of the year
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. Their catch cry was '8 8 8' - that's eight hours work, eight hours play and eight hours sleep. So began the idea that if you were required to work more than eight hours in one day you should get paid more for the extra hours.
work done in addition to regular working hours
beyond the regular time; "she often has to work overtime"
Time worked outside, or in excess of, ordinary working hours. Such work is normally be paid for at penalty rates stipulated in the relevant award or agreement.
work undertaken by an employee which is outside or in excess of the employee’s ordinary hours of work.
Awards and agreement often specify a maximum number of hours an employee can work in a week, usually 38 or 40. Overtime hours are hours worked at the request of the employer which exceed 38 or 40, and under awards and agreements are usually paid at a higher rate.
Work performed in addition to ordinary hours. Overtime work must be paid at the overtime rates of pay specified in awards.
hours worked beyond the regular forty-hour workweek
Those hours worked for which there is an increase in the rate of pay. This includes:· Work in excess of 8 hours per day or 40 hours per week. · Work on Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays. · Work in any day or week in excess of a guaranteed wage agreement. Extra pay for shift differential is not considered overtime. Ordinarily, overtime pay is equal to 11/2 times the regular hourly rate. For example, a regular pay rate of $10 per hour at time and a half generates a $15 per hour overtime rate. If the extra $5 of pay is shown separately, it is excluded in the total on payroll audits. If total overtime wage is shown in a combined amount of $15 (regular pay plus increase) and included in gross payroll, one third ($5) will be deducted from the gross pay. (State exceptions may apply) If the overtime wage is calculated at double time, one half will be deducted from the gross pay on payroll audits.
This is time worked in excess of the daily/weekly hours. The usual payment for overtime is time-and-one-half rates of pay for the first two or three hours overtime, and double-time rates after that. This is generally applied to those paid hourly, not to salaried employees.
The number of hours worked during the Labour Force Survey reference week in excess of the usual hours reported in the main job. It includes all extra hours, whether done at a premium or regular wage rate, or without pay. Since January 1997, extra hours are collected from employees only, in the form of 2 questions: number of paid overtime hours worked in reference week, and number of extra hours worked without pay.
Work extending beyond the contractual work day.
Work beyond normal established working hours which usually require a premium to be paid to the employees concerned.
Overtime payments made to employees since the previous 1st July.
" is the hours worked per week in excess of the time worked in the normally scheduled workweek."
Hours worked in excess of maximums set by federal or state law that must be compensated at a premium rate of pay (e.g., under the FLSA, all hours worked over 40 in a workweek must be paid at no less than one and one half times the employee's regular rate of pay).
The time during which an employee is on duty working for the City in excess of regularly scheduled hours of work as set forth in Section 8. Overtime applies only to that time authorized to be worked by an Appointing Authority in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.
Hours worked beyond the established work schedule and the pay for those hours.
The time a talent spends on the set beyond the negotiated period. Overtime normally requires a higher rate of pay.
time you work at a job in addition to the regular hours, usually at a higher rate of pay
Each hour worked in a workweek in excess of the maximum hours applicable. This usually means hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA), there is no limit to the number of hours that an employee may work, either daily or weekly. It requires that overtime pay must be paid at a rate of not less than 11/2 times the nonexempt employee's regular rate of pay for hours worked over the maximum in a workweek.
A CWT charge to the customer where, because of customer convenience, laws, or ordinances, the shipment is delivered after normal business hours of Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. It cannot be charged if it is for the carrier's convenience.
Any time that you may work after an eight hour day, after hours, on Sundays or on Holidays.
Work beyond normal established working hours that usually requires that a premium be paid to the workers.
Overtime is the amount of time someone works beyond normal working hours.