makeup time

makeup time

[′māk‚əp ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to rerun programs on a computer because of operator errors and other problems.
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But she finds her journalistic ideals shredded as she struggles to keep up with the issues in a ratings-crazed madhouse--battling for hair and makeup time, coping with her sexist (but scathingly handsome) co-anchor, Rob, mixing up the headlines with pajama modeling on the street, and showing Benji Diggs, her media maestro boss, that she's got what it takes.
Children have missed a large number of days already this academic year, and are already saddled with considerable makeup time.
And even though the two roles required 5 hours of makeup time each, there was something more daunting about taking on "Pan" -- or in his words, "terrifying.
The new law requires makeup time at a regular rate of pay for an employee who works fewer hours one day and more another day, provided the time is made up in the same week and the employee works no more than 11 hours in a single day.
It also would limit makeup time for medical appointments to four hours a week; any time over that would be subject to overtime payment rules.
If the makeup time means more than eight hours in one day, the employee must receive time-and-a-half overtime pay - even if the employee only works 40 hours during the week - or that employer is breaking the law.