Payment for Overtime Sample Clauses

Payment for Overtime. 1. Except as provided in 2.C.3., below, overtime shall be compensated at one and one-half (1 1/2) times the regular rate.
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Payment for Overtime. The Employer will endeavor to ensure payment for overtime work at the time the employee usually receives his paycheck for the period within which the overtime work was performed.
Payment for Overtime. Cash payment for overtime shall be paid not later than the first (1st) of the second month following the calendar month in which the overtime was worked.
Payment for Overtime. Payment of overtime shall be included in the payroll paid the month following the pay period in which overtime is worked if the overtime is reported prior to the payroll cut-off dates, provided, however, that payment shall be made no later than thirty-one (31) days after overtime work is reported.
Payment for Overtime. The current practice regarding eligibility for overtime shall be maintained. Employees covered under FLSA, with the approval of the employer, may elect to take compensatory time, paid at time and one-half, or for weather-related emergencies, double time, in lieu of cash payments for overtime. Employees will inform the employer of their choice of cash overtime or compensatory time before working the overtime. Employees will be allowed to declare their election of compensatory time prior to working overtime but in no case more than on a pay period basis. Opportunities for employees to work overtime will not be affected by their election of cash or compensatory time. Employees can accrue up to 240 hours of compensatory time. Employees who work in a public safety activity, emergency response activity, or seasonal activity, can accrue up to 480 hours of compensatory time. In addition, such employees with the approval of the employer [appointing authority] may request compensatory time in lieu of cash for such holiday work. The Employer may not change the work schedule of an employee who works a standard workweek to avoid the payment of overtime or accrual of compensatory time. For employees who are FLSA covered there will be no time limit during which the employee must use his or her compensatory time. Employees shall not be required to use compensatory time. Use of such compensatory time will be granted in a fair and equitable manner. All unused compensatory time, for all FSLA covered employees, will be paid upon an employee leaving State service or upon death, to the employee’s estate, at a rate, which is the higher of: • The final regular rate received by the employee; or • The final average regular rate received by the employee during the last three years of employment.
Payment for Overtime. Payment for overtime shall be at the rate of one and one half (1 ½) the Employee's basic straight time rate, when authorized by management. Overtime pay may be earned as follows:
Payment for Overtime. (1) Un-rostered overtime shall be authorised. Authorisation shall not be unreasonably refused. Where authorisation is refused, the reasons shall be explained to the practitioner and if the practitioner requests reasons in writing, reasons shall be provided in writing.
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Payment for Overtime. All employees, except those whose job duties require him or her to maintain a license to practice law, shall be compensated for overtime work as follows:
Payment for Overtime. 1. Contract overtime shall be compensated at one and one-half (1½) times the regular rate. FLSA overtime shall be compensated as required by the FLSA.
Payment for Overtime. All overtime earnings of an employee will be paid in full at the rate of time and one half for the first three hours and double time thereafter.
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