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OT

Abbreviation for occupational therapist or therapy; Koch old tuberculin.

OT

abbr.
1. occupational therapy
2. Old Testament
3. overtime

OT

Abbreviation for:
occlusion time
Occupational Therapist
occupational therapy 
old tuberculin
olfactory threshold
omeprazole test
open tracheostomy
optic tract
oral tolerance
orthopaedic treatment

OT

Symbol for
1. Occipitotransverse.
3. Olfactory threshold.
4. Olfactory tubercle.
5. Operating time.
6. Oral temperature.
7. Orotracheal.
8. Oxygen therapy.
9. Oxytocin.

OT

Abbrev. for Occupational Therapist.
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According to O'Connor, many employees have misconceptions about working unpaid overtime. It is commonly believed, for example, that if you are on salary you are not entitled to overtime pay, and that if you want to get ahead you shouldn't complain about unpaid overtime.
With incomes under $47,476, every salaried employee earns overtime.
Despite the fact that many women work part-time the average for those undertaking unpaid overtime is still 7.1 hours a week.
According to Hart, in the literature on the interrelationship among overtime, the demand for it, and production, overtime is treated as one of the firm's most important intensive margin responses.
Gwent Police also saw an increase in overtime expenditure by PS800,000, having spent PS2.7m in 2014/15 compared to PS1.9m in 2013/14.
Warwickshire Police paid out more than PS352,400 for non-police officers' overtime in 2012 and 2013, with one person receiving PS8,522.54 in 2013.
As a result, this employee who worked eight hours of overtime in the workweek would be due an additional $4.16 ($1.04 X A' x 8 overtime hours) in additional overtime earnings.
Over two consecutive days, overtime cannot exceed 3 hours of daytime work and 2 hours of nighttime work.
"The City has mounted a vigorous set of challenges to the Arbitrator's remedial order in this case; but these challenges ultimately reduce to variations of the singular argument that Arbitrator Stutz 'got it wrong' when he permitted Captain Bianco to recover back pay even after the City had already provided him with a make-up opportunity for the lost overtime. The Appeals Court has previously addressed this precise argument in closely parallel circumstances, and its words apply in full measure here: 'The judge essentially ruled that the arbitrator's interpretation was erroneous.
The health ministry announced last year that starting from 2014 it would overhaul the system of regular, shift and overtime pay and start monitoring overtime hours.
Indeed, there is evidence that, despite the short-term benefits that make overtime attractive to employers (Easton and Rossin 1997), it may in the longer term create offsetting harm to an organization by decreasing quality, increasing mistakes (Babbar and Aspelin 1998; Hirschman 2000), and reducing productivity (Shepard and Clifton 2000).
Overtime period four saw DeJesus score from the 3 and add the conversion rush, while Murdock fullback Chad Jandris tallied from the 3 and a conversion rush by Ard deadlocked it at 34-34.