time off in lieu

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time off in lieu

A term for holiday/annual leave time taken instead of pay for extra hours worked. For GPs, TOIL is typically derived from the difference between average rostered hours and normal basic hours. Usually, the excess of the former over the latter is banked, and taken as time off.
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Mr Carson told the North East Joint Transport Committee's Tyne and Wear sub-committee that network operator Nexus has offered to buy back drivers' lieu time and increase overtime pay rates, following union talks last week.
Mr Brown added: "Rachel's lieu time would mount up - we all told her to try and take some time off, as we were concerned for her welfare.
However, the amount of lieu time owed to officers fell slightly from 13,062 hours to 12,370 hours.
I get the standard Examiner five weeks (which I supplement with lieu time from working weekends etc) and was a bit cheesed off.
There were periods when she worked nights and weekends and accumulated large amounts of lieu time. A former superintendent suggested some of those be converted to cash, she said.
Among his options is either using lieu time to extend his break, or taking Kate away for a main honeymoon later in the year.
The couple were also found to regularly claim overtime payments when overtime is never paid out by the CAB - lieu time is given instead.
I put the concerns to Lib Dem chief executive Chris Lines, who said: ``If researchers choose to use their holiday and lieu time to work for the party, that's a matter for them.
The plan includes advice for schools facing immediate pressure, with a new system where teachers having to cover sick days will be able to "bank" lieu time off.
Isabel Buckle, representing Dial-a-Bus, told the hearing that Mrs Milne had logged both overtime and lieu time without emailing to check with senior management.
An over-run in scheduled maintenance work left many of the factory's 6,700 workers with the option of taking lieu time or holidays until the work is completed.