ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - overtime without extra compensation; "she often has to work off-the-clock"
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The move will end six-and-half years of litigation over missed meal and rest breaks and off-the-clock claims.
Division investigators found that line cooks did prep work off-the-clock before the start of their shifts, resulting in unpaid overtime work.
The group, compirising roughly 187,000 employees who worked at Wal-Mart or Sam's Club between 1998 and 2006, will receive $151 million for being required to work off-the-clock, during breaks, or to skip breaks entirely.
Tales alleging he called himself the "king" at the dinner table jarred with my experience of a man who has always been good and generous company on the odd occasion we've run into each other and he's been off-the-clock.
More and more, employees spend off-the-clock time working.
Sterling said Lockheed Martin employees in Camden logged about 6,200 hours of on-the-clock volunteer service in 2011 and 10,000 combined on- and off-the-clock hours.
Off-the-clock wage claims: Most wage claims fall into two basic categories - claims based on an employer's failure to pay all wages due on termination, and claims for wages due for work that was performed but never reported to the employer.
Any manager who requires or permits off-the-clock work, or who fails to comply with applicable laws or policies governing hourly associates' meal and rest breaks, will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination," Thornton said.
She does manage, however, to get more off-the-clock lovin' than the rest of the painted ladies, Heather Graham aside.
And while this was a case where we couldn't establish a class-action, well over 100 of the people we contacted about the class action reported off-the-clock work.
The bring-your-own-device trend that has slowly been adopted by enterprises and businesses on a global scale is of obvious benefit to companies, as workers can work remotely through mobile devices, but the off-the-clock hours could begin to come back and bite employers.