Overtime definition

Overtime means work performed by a full-time employee in excess or outside of their regularly scheduled hours of work.
Overtime means work performed by an employee in excess or outside of his/her regularly scheduled hours of work.
Overtime means the time that an employee works during a day or a week in excess of ordinary hours of work;

Examples of Overtime in a sentence

  • Overtime will begin to accrue after sixty (60) hours in a two (2) week period averaged over the scheduling period determined by the local parties.

  • In accordance with System Regulation 31.01.09 Overtime, all employees must obtain advance authorization prior to working overtime from their immediate supervisor.

  • Non-emergency Overtime Whenever Management deems it necessary to perform non-emergency work on an overtime basis, employees required to work will be given at least forty-eight (48) hours notice.

  • Overtime, teachers need to be given different kinds of support, tailored to their changing needs.

  • Overtime had to be reduced and employees were affected emotionally as they were used to the practice.


More Definitions of Overtime

Overtime means work authorized by the Employer and performed by an employee in excess of:
Overtime means work authorized by the Employer and performed by a full-time employee in excess or outside of her regularly scheduled hours of work.
Overtime means the time worked by an employee:
Overtime means time during which an employee is on duty, working for the City in excess of regularly scheduled hours of work as set forth in Article 16. Overtime applies only to that time authorized to be worked by an Appointing Authority in accordance with the provisions of this Contract.
Overtime means work performed by an employee in excess of or outside of his regularly scheduled hours of work. For part-time employees, overtime means all hours worked in excess of the regular hours of work for a full-time employee in the same position.
Overtime. (heures supplémentaires) means: