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adjective as in additional

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Teams get two points in the standings for a win of any kind while an overtime loss, including the shootout, earns a team one point, also known as the “loser point.”

Unionization could give these Alabama warehouse employees the opportunity to collectively fight for regular pay raises and have bargaining power when it comes to obligations like mandated overtime shifts.

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It’s hard, because people that work here, they’ve been working full-time, no vacations, overtime, in order to care for their patients.

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We should work weekends and overtime, ruthlessly pursuing wealth and status, to demonstrate our commitment to family.

Mandatory overtime, Knox said, is communicated to workers no later than their lunch break the previous day.

Clinkscales is still a cop, and made more than $100,000 in salary and overtime last year.

All of these people, and millions more like them, deserve a little overtime.

This would restore overtime rights to workers earning up to around $50,000 a year, which is roughly the current median.

The CAP paper estimates that if current trends continue unabated, overtime pay will disappear entirely by 2026.

But they are paid less, and the vanishing overtime pay is a big part of why.

Before I'd gone five miles the hoodoo that had been working overtime on my behalf got busy again.

Joe was working overtime, covering the drills, while his father was doing the stable work.

Mr. Van Dyke and his clerks, assisted by boy scouts, were working overtime to gratify all these demands.

One special cause of offense was the keeping back of overtime money to buy a new jacket.

Her jacket had been bought with money earned by working overtime, a result secured by the most persistent effort and argument.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to overtime, such as: extra, added, and supplementary.

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