Definition of 'overtime'
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The union has also imposed a ban on overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One trusts that there will be no unpaid overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The overtime requirement may not be waived by agreement between an employer and employee. Christianity Today (2000)We then have to pay overtime for them to come in during the night. The Sun (2010)Your mind is working overtime as things change round you. The Sun (2015)Pets also face neglect as owners take second jobs or work overtime to meet costs. The Sun (2008)You should not be expected to work unpaid overtime though. The Sun (2014)But there is a compensation with overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Others were limiting production or introducing an overtime ban. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You will need to look at what your normal procedures are for booking in and working overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Could you fit in three hours a week at a second job or do overtime? The Sun (2011)But if you work unpaid overtime regularly you have probably already given substantially more than this sum to your employer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Millions of workers stand to reap the benefits after a legal ruling that holiday wages should take account of regular overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The claimants sought to recover overtime pay in respect of the time they spent dealing with informants outside their normal hours. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A study has shown the more wage rises people get the better they feel but not if it includes overtime. The Sun (2015)This includes basic pay, holiday pay, overtime and bonuses. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The new plan called for straight salary without overtime but a 15 percent year-end bonus. BAD BOY BALLMER (2002)Therefore overtime, bonus payments and the spouse's earnings were not taken into account. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'overtime'
British English: overtime /ˈəʊvəˌtaɪm/ NOUN
Overtime is time that you spend doing your job in addition to your normal working hours.
He used to work overtime to finish a job.
- American English: overtime
- Arabic: وَقْتٌ إضَافِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hora extra
- Chinese: 超时
- Croatian: prekovremeno
- Czech: přesčas
- Danish: overtid
- Dutch: overuren
- European Spanish: horas extras
- Finnish: ylityöt
- French: heures supplémentaires
- German: Überstunden
- Greek: υπερωρία
- Italian: straordinario
- Japanese: 超過勤務
- Korean: 초과 근무 시간
- Norwegian: overtid
- Polish: nadgodziny
- European Portuguese: hora extra
- Romanian: ore suplimentare
- Russian: сверхурочное время
- Spanish: horas extras
- Swedish: övertid
- Thai: ล่วงเวลา
- Turkish: fazla mesai
- Ukrainian: понаднормовий час
- Vietnamese: giờ làm thêm
Definition of overtime from the Collins English Dictionary
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