It's over-time now, as much as then, that is the greatest trouble.
Hours are often excessive, and employees are not paid for over-time.
She should not choose a factory where the hours are longer than the average nor one where over-time is encouraged.
You won't be surprised that I stopped two hours over-time to-day to hold the hand and to stroke the hair of Ellaline.
We did not charge him the forfeit he was liable to for the four days' over-time.
In case of over-time, this meaning anything over the twelve hours which is regarded as a day's work, various rates are paid.
In the case under present consideration pay for over-time was allowed at the rate of fourpence an hour and a penny extra.
Well, you've been working fifteen minutes over-time already.
For holiday or over-time work the men receive either pay and a half or double pay.
When I'm at the flower-making—which I'm learning in over-time, because it don't pay just yet—I get, oh!