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Daniel
24/04/2011 21:50:16
Re: OT policy

My company recently change policies about OT claim. It stated :-

"The OT can't be claim if staff not work more than 1 hour after the normal working hour"

Example : Our normal working hour is 9am - 5pm but normally we will work until 5.30 like that to finish up some report. Our HR said in the labour law stated OT is calculate by hour so if we no do over 1 hour can't claim it. Mean we need at least work until 6pm only entitle 1 hour OT then follow up by 7pm for 2 hour and so on.

It is not fair to us that work extra time to company. The extra time just burn like that. The time if calculate the whole month at least got 10 hour OT we entitle.

Question:
1) The OT really is calculate by hour?
2) Is the company doing the right thing?

My salary is below 1.5k
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
25/04/2011 15:16:09
Under (b) and d) of the following, it goes by 8 hours per day or 48 hours per week. Any extra hours beyong 48 may be considered as OT if required to work but does not say more than or less than half an hour. Consult the Labour Department if you are still no lsure.

60A. Hours of work.

(1) Except as hereinafter provided, an employee shall not be required under his contract of service to work:

(a) more than five consecutive hours without a period of leisure of not less than thirty minutes duration;

(b) more than eight hours in one day;

(c ) in excess of a spread over period of ten hours in one day;

(d) more than forty-eight hours in one week:
I thought
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