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Wednesday, 6 December 1905


Senator O'Keefe asked the Minister representing the Treasurer, upon notice -

1.   Is the payment of overtime to the employes of the Federal Printing Department practically avoided by the present method of computing the men's ordinary time?

2.   Is an ordinary week's work computed at 42 hours, and is it the practice to refuse payment for overtime until 42 hours have been worked in any one week, although on some occasions the men are asked to work up to fourteen hours consecutively ?

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