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The compromise that finally passed--the so-called three-hour rule--made local stations responsible for airing three hours of educational programming a week but left it up to each broadcaster where to find programs.
The Wage and Hour Regulations spell out specific salary requirements, as well as tests based on the nature of the work performed, for employees to qualify for exempt status.
Ultimately, the real cost of living isn't measured in dollars and cents but in the hours and minutes we must work to live.
The driver has probably driven as many as 100 hours in the past week, flagrantly violating federal safety regulations.
In manufacturing, the new measure of output per hour grew at an average annual rate that was one-tenth of a percentage point greater than that of the old measure from 1948 to 1973 and two-tenths of a percentage point greater from 1973 to 1979.
In some months, the volunteers worked about 44 hours per week.
For Excel to add the hours you must format in a special way.
An employee worked 12 hours a day, Monday through Friday.
They reasoned that if an employer was required to pay employees extra for working more than 40 hours a week, the employer, instead, would decide to hire new workers at the lower wage, thus creating more jobs.
Credit hour requirements must be completed prior to application for the Fellowship Award.
In the two-tier SAP Standard Application mySAP(tm) Utilities-Customer Care and Service (I-SU/CCS) Benchmark, it achieved 108,551 Utility Reference Customers per hour for its 16-way system (5)
Vincent Bowhers surpassed 4,000 flight hours in the E-2C Hawkeye while stationed aboard Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71).