Laying, accounting and payment of overtime


Laying, accounting and payment of overtime

 
Art. 143 LC defines as overtime work outside authorized hours worked by the employee, by order or with the knowledge and without opposition from the employer or the relevant supervisor. This work is carried out as defined in Art. 136 CT normal working hours.
The rule is that overtime is prohibited. Allowed an exception only in certain cases:
- To perform work in connection with the defense of the country;
- To prevent, contain and overcome the effects of disasters;
- To carry out urgent public works necessary for restoration of water, electricity, heating, sanitation, transport and communication links and provision of medical care;
- To carry out emergency and reconstruction work and repairs in the premises, machinery or other equipment;
- To complete the work started, which can not be done during regular working hours;
- To carry out intensive seasonal work
A calendar year overtime work may not exceed 150 hours, distributed as follows:
1. 30 hours daily or 20 hours of night work in one calendar month;
2 days 6 hours or 4 hours of night work in one calendar week;
3. 3:00 or 2:00 daily night work in two consecutive working days.
These restrictions do not apply in the first three aforementioned hypotheses of overtime.
Overtime is regulated by Art. 262 LC. The employee agreed to increase the salary determined by the employment contract. The increase should be at least:
- 50 per cent - to work weekdays;
- 75 per cent - to work weekends;
- 100 per cent - to work during official holidays;
- 50 per cent - for work summarized calculation of working time.
 
 


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