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Synonyms for overtime

work done in addition to regular working hours

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A study conducted by the ILO in 2006 revealed that a 40-hour week would result in an increase in productivity.
It is evident in an average work week where hands-on time ranges from 18 to 22 hours; however, Brousseau says she works a 40-hour week once assessments are performed, followup questions are answered and the education components are factored in.
The participating companies also pay interns a minimum of $400 per 40-hour week.
She is currently working a 40-hour week in Accident and Emergency at Wansbeck Hospital in Ashington.
MUCH has been made about the number of people waiting to become a firefighter on pounds 6+ per hour for a 40-hour week.
They will work a 40-hour week and have 20 days' holiday.
The current "A" rates for a handiperson's 40-hour week in most buildings is $658.
The reputedly efficient Germans and great Danes didn't even manage a 40-hour week.
Among professionals, 42 percent are working well in excess of the traditional 40-hour week.
ETAP apprentices spend approximately half of their 40-hour week in classes at Seminole Community College.
According to one worker on this assembly line, the week of January 18, 1993, was the first 40-hour week on the line since July 1992; more typical was the week of January 11, when the line operated for only eight hours.
Major studies on supported employment indicate that the majority of people with severe disabilities are working much less than a full 40-hour week.
Nearly two-thirds (62 percent) work well beyond a 40-hour week, and one in five (21 percent) work a double week, logging an extra 40 or more on-the-job hours.
It may be called JobBridge but the fact is a man or woman will be required to work a 40-hour week for [euro]1.
Financial services firm Fidelity's Retirement Index found that for someone earning a median weekly wage of pounds 447, their pension income would fall to pounds 223 - just pounds 9 more than the minimum wage, based on a 40-hour week.