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Overtime/Comp Time

Overtime/Comp Time
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Eligibility

Before working any overtime hours, first confirm with your supervisor that you are eligible for overtime pay or if you should take compensatory (comp) time.

Overtime must have management approval prior to being worked.

Comp Time

  • Enter your extra hours in the "earned non-comp" field on your timesheet.
  • Comp time is considered hours more than 37.50 hours per week1 but below 40 hours.
  • Overtime can only be entered in 15-minute increments (.25 of an hour).
1 Note that pay periods run Thursday to Wednesday. When counting hours make sure to account for a new week starting Thursdays.

Overtime Pay

  • Enter your extra hours in the "paid comp" field on your timesheet.
  • Overtime is considered hours in excess of 40 hours per week1.
  • Overtime can only be entered in 15-minute increments (.25 of an hour).
1 Note that pay periods run Thursday to Wednesday. When counting hours make sure to account for a new week starting on Thursdays.

Standby or On-Call Pay

  • Option if you are required to be available for immediate recall or remain available for recall to your job.
  • The rate of pay is typically determined by your negotiating unit.
  • To determine if you are eligible for standby or on-call pay, speak with your agency's HR representative.

 

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