A garage manager who had a central position and even earned a high salary demanded payment for overtime.
The National Labor Court held that when an employee is in a management position, it is possible to determine that he holds a position of trust and therefore he is not entitled to compensation for overtime. The term "management position" has several characteristics, including location in the organizational hierarchy, authority to determine policy, wages and conditions of employment, the nature of the position, and more. In the circumstances of the case it was determined that the garage manager had a great influence on the garage's profits and that he received large bonuses at a small workplace. Therefore, he is considered an employee in a position of trust and therefore not entitled to compensation for overtime.