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Author Topic: Overtime paid at lower hourly rate  (Read 7798 times)

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Re: Overtime paid at lower hourly rate
« Reply #25 on: 24-08-18, 09:04AM »
Won't do o/t for anyone now as only single time once tax is deducted it is not worth it any way why should I help these misers out when all they do is take the p**s by cutting our wages.

Overtime was only ever paid at a flat rate, you have never had more than an hourly rate unless over 36.5 hours, on a Sunday or BH.

Its classed as overtime once you hit the full time hours thats the same in every industry, some of us work full time already and used to get double time saturdays, Now they want us to come in for nothing extra. LMAO sorry not going to happen and same goes for bank holidays.

Overtime is not a perk you are doing the company a favour because they do not have the staff to do the jobs they want doing for whatever reason, So we have the upper hand. If everyone working for tesco on the shop floor refused overtime they would have to put the money back up because they would not cope.