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time and a half

noun [U]
 
 
HR
a rate of pay for workers that is fifty per cent more than they usually get, that they earn for working more hours than usual or for working during a public holiday: Controllers are paid time and a half when they work overtime.
Translations of “time and a half”
in Chinese (Traditional) 相當於平時一倍半的(加班)工資…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相当于平时一倍半的(加班)工资…
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