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  #2200486 17-Mar-2019 22:29
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Similar question.

 

Am I allowed to claim overtime for the extra hours in the following situation:

 

 - I work in a satellite office, and every 2-3 month I have to attend some meetings in the closest main office

 

 - Travel time is 1.5 hours between the locations, and most of the time the meetings start at 9am and finish not before 5pm.

 

 - Car and petrol is provided by the company

 

 - Basically I have to leave at 7:30 or earlier, and usually arrive home at 7pm, depending on traffic.


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  #2200490 17-Mar-2019 22:33
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engedib:

 

Similar question.

 

Am I allowed to claim overtime for the extra hours in the following situation:

 

 - I work in a satellite office, and every 2-3 month I have to attend some meetings in the closest main office

 

 - Travel time is 1.5 hours between the locations, and most of the time the meetings start at 9am and finish not before 5pm.

 

 - Car and petrol is provided by the company

 

 - Basically I have to leave at 7:30 or earlier, and usually arrive home at 7pm, depending on traffic.

 

 

Are you normally able to claim overtime in your job or are you on a salary?


 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #2200491 17-Mar-2019 22:36
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Handle9:

 

engedib:

 

Similar question.

 

Am I allowed to claim overtime for the extra hours in the following situation:

 

 - I work in a satellite office, and every 2-3 month I have to attend some meetings in the closest main office

 

 - Travel time is 1.5 hours between the locations, and most of the time the meetings start at 9am and finish not before 5pm.

 

 - Car and petrol is provided by the company

 

 - Basically I have to leave at 7:30 or earlier, and usually arrive home at 7pm, depending on traffic.

 

 

Are you normally able to claim overtime in your job or are you on a salary?

 

 

I can claim overtime, but usually only when it is billable work for a client.


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  #2200492 17-Mar-2019 22:37
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engedib:

 

Handle9:

 

engedib:

 

Similar question.

 

Am I allowed to claim overtime for the extra hours in the following situation:

 

 - I work in a satellite office, and every 2-3 month I have to attend some meetings in the closest main office

 

 - Travel time is 1.5 hours between the locations, and most of the time the meetings start at 9am and finish not before 5pm.

 

 - Car and petrol is provided by the company

 

 - Basically I have to leave at 7:30 or earlier, and usually arrive home at 7pm, depending on traffic.

 

 

Are you normally able to claim overtime in your job or are you on a salary?

 

 

I can claim overtime, but usually only when it is client billable work.

 

 

The it depends what your contract says but generally it should be the same as your normal work.


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  #2200493 17-Mar-2019 22:47
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Handle9:

 

engedib:

 

Handle9:

 

engedib:

 

Similar question.

 

Am I allowed to claim overtime for the extra hours in the following situation:

 

 - I work in a satellite office, and every 2-3 month I have to attend some meetings in the closest main office

 

 - Travel time is 1.5 hours between the locations, and most of the time the meetings start at 9am and finish not before 5pm.

 

 - Car and petrol is provided by the company

 

 - Basically I have to leave at 7:30 or earlier, and usually arrive home at 7pm, depending on traffic.

 

 

Are you normally able to claim overtime in your job or are you on a salary?

 

 

I can claim overtime, but usually only when it is client billable work.

 

 

The it depends what your contract says but generally it should be the same as your normal work.

 

 

There is nothing specific in my contract about this, just that I work 40 hours per week and flexible hours between 7am-7pm

 

In reality it is mainly a 9-5 job at 90% of the days, but some days maybe a bit early start and early finish or a bit late start and late finish.


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