We have no meanings for "work unpaid" in our records yet.
Despite these problems in the NHS over half the staff work unpaid overtime.
Kwik Save has asked employees to work unpaid for the second week in a row.
Line managers work unpaid overtime daily, often up to four or five hours a day.
At first Zalman didn't work for the company himself, or else did his work unpaid.
Photo: 123RF Sect leaders are accused of seizing the possessions of followers and making them work unpaid.
Troubled supermarket chain Kwik Save will go into administration today unless staff agree to work unpaid for another week.
I came back from leave sooner than I wanted because I couldn't afford to stay home from work unpaid.
Hundreds of thousands of federal employees will have to work unpaid or are furloughed, a kind of temporary leave.
A vulnerable man was forced to work unpaid for 13 years in "modern day slavery", according to prosecutors.
It is an offence to force people, by threats or coercion, to work unpaid or to pay off a debt.
A father and son forced a vulnerable man to work unpaid at their farm every day for 13 years, a court has heard.
Without the slaves press-ganged on to Thai fishing boats to work unpaid, the economics of the modern prawn industry would not add up.
If I'm going to have to work unpaid overtime watching this loser lose again, you're going to get precious little pithy embellishment from me.
On the farms and in the sect's rural businesses they would work unpaid and were supervised by sect members if they went into local towns.
A survivor of a Catholic-run Magdalene laundry has been awarded an undisclosed five figure settlement over being forced to work unpaid for almost six years.
The documents record that while he felt this was "a very worthwhile organisation", he was "not prepared to work unpaid for six months".
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Work unpaid across language varieties