How do they figure ovettime?
23 Jan 17
Here in my country, anything in excess of the employee's regular working hours in a day is considered overtime work and the employer is obliged to pay the former's overtime pay. For instance, if the employee needs to render 8 hours a day of work, anything beyond that is considered overtime work. The hourly rate for overtime work is higher than the normal rate for regular working hours.
• Preston, England
23 Jan 17
Anything over your normal maximum contracted working hours is overtime - if you only work a part time 20 hour shift the 21st hour is overtime. The company has to pay you but it is usually only at time and a half after 40 hours with some firms offering double time at weekends and triple time on bank holidays but many greedy businesses only offer ordinary hourly pay no matter what extra time you put in or when sometimes with a day off in luie for bank holiday work - it can be very arbitrary and depend what the contracts stipulates