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The average workweek lengthened by six minutes, a sign that business is picking up and companies may soon need to hire.
The normal workweek is now forty hours, whereas it used to be sixty-plus.
Welcome to the alternative workweek elections database.
The workweek is established by the employer and need not be the same as a calendar week.
The employer designates the time of the day and day of the week on which the workweek begins.
Overtime means hours worked beyond the employer's normal full-time workweek.
For absences of a full workweek, paid leave continues to be available only if the employee is not a party to the action.
Each workweek is considered separately in computing overtime and all other pay.

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