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04/07/2009 11:02:02
Re: OT

Hi, I have some question about OT count.
If i reach my working place earlier than actual working hour, then go outstate for working purpose, its quite a distance, takes about 1and half hour journey return to office.
Plus minus, I have about 4 hours OT, but my when I get pay of 2 hours OT only, which means the duration i work at outstate, not include the journey.
By law, the OT should include the journey or exclude?
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KL Siew
04/07/2009 13:57:40
How do the 4 hours come from? Did you ask your boss why 2 hours only?
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09/07/2009 14:00:29
OK, the 4 hours counted as below..

Normal working hours = 9am-6pm
On that day as I mentioned above,
I reached my office at 8am, waiting boss come to pick up to outstation.
when I reach location, its 9am, so I hv 1 hour OT in this case.
I suppose finish work at 6pm but I finish work at 8pm on that day, so i have another 2 hours of OT.
When I reached office, its already 9pm. From here, its another 1 hour of OT.
Total, I should have 4 hours OT claim, is it?

Thank you so much for your reply.
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KL Siew
09/07/2009 20:54:25
So, your boss knew that as he was with you all the time. If they don't give you a satisfactory answer, you may consider lodge a complaint at the Labour Department.
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