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KPS
20/05/2010 15:37:03
Re: OT over 104 hour

if a employee work OT more than 104 hour which is allow by the labour. can the employer deduct the extra hour from the OT. is it against the law?
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KL Siew
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20/05/2010 16:42:31
The employer may not want to get into trouble for asking workers to work over the overtime limit. He just wants to show on record that 104 hours are not exceeded. If the employer just deducted the excess OT hours without extra payment in some other forms, don't agree to work the extra hours next time.
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KPS
20/05/2010 16:51:15
i see. so the employee cannnot go to the labour office to ask for compensation for unlawful deduction of the OT exceeded 104 hour. am i right?
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KL Siew
20/05/2010 17:05:13
They can go as long as they have the evidence of the total overtime work. The employer's record may show 104 hours but if the workers can produce proof like punch cards and so on about the actual hours, it's good enough to make a claim.
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