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Show Of Hands April 4th, 2016 5:09pm

Do you have a job that pays you extra for working overtime?

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SarahPalinAK Wasilla, AK
04/10/16 11:28 am

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IMO atoms, space, opinion
04/09/16 1:47 pm

Yes, thanks to collective bargaining. It's the only way to work if you're hourly!

LazySteelworker USA
04/09/16 11:48 am

Time and a half over 8 or 40, double on Sunday if it's our 7th day. Holiday plus time and a half if scheduled.
Got a check coming next week for around 132 hours for last week lol

jamjay Atlanta, Ga
04/09/16 5:35 am

No but this is expected.
I get paid to complete tasks.

michaels
04/08/16 3:42 am

Self employed sales. Work more=sell more=make more. It's a beautiful country.

kywrite augusta, ga
04/07/16 8:33 pm

Last time I had such a job was about twenty years ago. Worked 60-80 hour weeks while pregnant. It was awesome.

LadyA Earth Explorer
04/07/16 7:49 pm

I am self-employed.

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John99 Illinois
04/07/16 8:11 pm

Nice! If I may ask, what do you do?

LadyA Earth Explorer
04/12/16 8:39 am

Art and web design. I also translate part time.

Arya8
04/07/16 4:05 pm

I work 42 hours one week and 46 the next for the same pay. I am salaried. Kiiiind of hoping this new overtime law passes.

schristo
04/07/16 2:54 pm

Business owner. Couldn't afford my overtime!

thrasher2 Arizona
04/07/16 8:24 am

Nope. That's what happens when you own a business though

gabsta2016
04/07/16 6:31 am

I never work overtime, since I'm part time

Gunfighter06 Iowa, since 1846
04/07/16 6:20 am

Yeah, I'm hourly. I get time-and-a-half for anything over 40 hours in accordance with federal law. However, my manager rakes me over the coals if I hit OT.

rons screw politicians
04/07/16 5:43 am

Never worked on the clock. Pretty much worked based on the job needs. Worked from home a lot. Worked off site a lot. Very flexible.

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FATSHADOW Cyborg Gorilla
04/07/16 5:09 am

Nope.

Salary is a double-edged sword.

I take days off when my works done, I can plan things out financially without worry of my hours.

But when shit needs to get done, when problems arise, when all-nighters need to get put in, my ass is there for the same paycheck.

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badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 6:27 am

Don't let them take advantage of you. There are new laws to protect you.

FATSHADOW Cyborg Gorilla
04/07/16 8:24 am

If anything Im taking advantage of my Boss lol

I am obnoxiously overpaid ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 9:00 am

Lol. He obviously thinks that you're worth it or he wouldn't pay you so much. You probably make him triple what he pays you. That's typical of business salaries.

smacc DunningKruger
04/07/16 2:30 pm

Break, I believe the protection is for those making less than 50k/yr. at that level no one should be salaried.

FATSHADOW Cyborg Gorilla
04/07/16 2:59 pm

Yea the lowest I know personally are some guys we work with periodically at The University of Penn that are salaried around 45k and those fuckers get so much time off throughout the year they shouldnt bitch lol.

smacc DunningKruger
04/07/16 4:41 pm

The opposite around here. They get no comp-time, always work over 40 and when ever the budget doesn't hit expectation they force them to take vacation at the end of the year but not on the holidays.

Liberty 4,032,064
04/07/16 3:47 am

I'm salaried. There is no "overtime."

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badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 6:27 am

Well. There is. You just don't get paid for it. Don't let them take advantage of you. There are new laws to protect you.

Liberty 4,032,064
04/07/16 6:36 am

Nope. I'm paid to do a job, not for my time. No one is "taking advantage" if me and I don't need any "protection" from my customers.

badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 6:38 am

Ok. But many salaried workers are abused and forced to work overtime for free. It's been a scam for years.

Liberty 4,032,064
04/07/16 6:41 am

Cool story but as I said, I'm paid a salary. Nothing is for free.

Vietman manhattan
04/07/16 3:46 am

Independent contractor here, o get payed the same regardless of how many hours I put in.

Congressman Louisiana
04/07/16 3:38 am

After no raise three years in a row, overtime pay is the least they can do for me since we work 60 hour weeks understaffed.

rickvee Living the dream
04/07/16 3:30 am

I get have annoyed at Tony's lackeys who are ruining this app. Proofreading is truly a lost art...

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kenzbt New York
04/07/16 7:05 am

Yeah......I wish you can edit after the fact.

badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 7:06 am

Yes, Tony, are you listening?

nulax15 Vermont
04/07/16 3:15 am

I'm a high-rise window washer!!! Love that overtime!!!

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gonzoboy Arizona
04/07/16 3:58 am

That's cool!

jd910 Washington
04/06/16 10:18 pm

Also retired. My job paid for overtime but there was little of it.

arctostaphylos Ankh Morpork, New York
04/06/16 9:51 pm

My jobs don't pay me at all for overtime hours.

blamb211
04/06/16 8:44 pm

Not that overtime is encouraged or really even allowed, I usually end up with about 30-45 minutes of overtime a week. I do tech support, and if I'm on a call when it's time to clock out, I'm on a call until the issue is resolved.

auntiesamm Orange County CA
04/06/16 8:32 pm

Retired. I don't get paid overtime for reading, watching TV, walking the dog or napping.

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corino Utah
04/06/16 8:30 pm

As of today I do apparently, and for the next 5-6 weeks.

badattitude no place like home
04/06/16 8:21 pm

If I work over 81 hours in the month, the overtime is paid at 130%.

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badattitude no place like home
04/07/16 6:22 am

But most in my field don't get any overtime. So we're pretty lucky just to get this. Unfortunately most of us don't get much over 81 hours a month. 100 is the maximum allowed by federal law. The average is 70.

kenzbt New York
04/06/16 8:21 pm

I get 1.5 for the first 9 and 2.0 for all time after that...plus 2.0 on Sunday! When that ask for OT I'm an enthusiastic yes.

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SonofThunder peace
04/06/16 8:13 pm

Hope, they wouldn't let me work overtime for that reason

furbabymama Indiana
04/06/16 8:04 pm

Mandatory overtime plus on call pay. Healthcare is such a hellhole. I don't even want to be there 8 hours some days. Angels of mercy. Lmao. If you only knew...

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badattitude no place like home
04/06/16 9:54 pm

At least you get paid to be on call. Flight attendants don't get paid to be on call.

TreeHugs Oregon
04/06/16 8:01 pm

Yes, although they don't like it. I usually take comp time for the first 8 hours then overtime after that.

jwhmerica
04/06/16 7:49 pm

The railroad pays a lot of overtime. I love being in a union.

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badattitude no place like home
04/06/16 9:56 pm

That's not why the railroad can't make money without government help is it? Or is that just Amtrak?

cluney
04/06/16 7:49 pm

Companies legally have to pay overtime if you work over 40 hrs. They can limit you to 40 hours though. And if you are salary I don't think it applies.

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blamb211
04/06/16 8:47 pm

Doesn't apply if you're salaried.

Jwade Show of Hacks
04/07/16 3:51 pm

Also truckers are exempt from being paid overtime per the motor carrier exemption. Darn shame to cause they generally work 14 hours a day.

DrDollylonglegs in the lab... again
04/06/16 7:41 pm

Not anymore. All the scientists recently became "exempt". :-(

ShawPPM1214 Washington
04/06/16 7:28 pm

Im a classified substitute for a school district..I get paid for as many shifts that I choose to take. It's a different schedule every week. So there isn't really any overtime pay..

lakotnacire New Jersey
04/06/16 7:23 pm

Yep, time and a half and I'm allowed to do 5 OT hours a week if I want.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
04/06/16 7:13 pm

I voted yes, because I did for my whole career. With a few exceptions such as voluntarily working an alternative schedule, we got paid true time and a half for every minute over 8 hours in a shift or over 40 hours in a week (most federal government workers get paid overtime at a much lower rate). It was good money, but was not worth it, and in my experience, overtime never is.

cornybread The Large Malus Fruit
04/06/16 7:13 pm

1.5x regular pay, and they just avoid having me work overtime to get around that.

LadyA817 DFW area Texas
04/06/16 7:12 pm

Yes but I am not allowed to work overtime so it doesn't matter!

BreadMan Blue Ridge Mountains
04/06/16 7:09 pm

Yes, over time is 2.5 times my regular pay, but we hardly ever get over time.

jvberg Winter has Come
04/06/16 7:01 pm

Words are hard eh Tony?

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Theoxilus Wibbly wobbly timey wimey
04/06/16 6:55 pm

I don't get overtime, but I do get comp time for working over 40 hours a week.

susanr Colorado
04/06/16 6:29 pm

Ha. No. I got paid the same amount no matter how many hours I worked, and I usually worked a lot of them, including weekends and most holidays. I was supposed to get comp time, but there really wasn't any way to take it.

But that's pretty much the life of a postdoc, in science anyway. Good thing I loved the job.

alkie New York
04/06/16 6:25 pm

After 8 hours I get $41 OT.

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DeathSheep Michigan
04/06/16 6:19 pm

Ya, but you'll get yelled at for going overtime.

mrbriguy11
04/06/16 6:13 pm

Not sure if I get have the question

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chinito Florida
04/06/16 6:06 pm

I'm self employed so not in theory but yes in practice.

rambo088 kansas
04/06/16 5:59 pm

Do you get have grammar

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