Mandatory overtime

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Mandatory overtime is the practice by employers of requiring employees to work more than 40 hours per workweek[1]. It saves employers the expense of finding and training new employees when more work is needed. Requiring existing employees to work more and paying them time and a half, as is customary for overtime work, is typically cheaper than recruiting new employees.

References

  1. http://employeeissues.com/mandatory_overtime.htm
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