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For every hour over 40 per workweek, you are owed overtime. Hours not worked but paid, like vacation or sick time, does not count toward that 40 hour threshold. The tipping point, so to speak is the 41st hour of the workweek.
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8 hours overtime in the first week, no overtime the second week.