G-33: Support Staff Work Week (Overtime and Compensatory Time)

Adoption Date:04/20/92 |  Revision Date: 01/21/03  |  Revision Date: 08/26/08

The regular work week for full-time support staff employees shall consist of forty (40) hours exclusive of lunch periods (1/2 [one-half] hour in duration) and inclusive of two (2) fifteen (15) minute rest periods. Lunch and rest periods shall be scheduled and approved by the appropriate administrator/supervisor.

Confidential Support Staff

Overtime/compensatory time for confidential employees shall be provided, upon appropriate administrative supervisor approval, as follows:

  1. Work in excess of the regular work week (forty [40] hours) or on Saturdays, if not regularly scheduled, will be compensated at one and one-half (1-1/2) times the regular rate of pay. Work on Sundays and during regularly scheduled closure days will be compensated at double the regular rate; holidays will be compensated at triple the regular rate.
  2. An employee requested to work on a holiday in his/her regular position shall be compensated for no less than four (4) hours.
  3. Hours worked in excess of the standard forty (40) hour work week in a second position will be compensated at one and one-half (1-1/2) times the rate for the second position as determined by the Executive Director of Human Resources & Employee Relations.
  4. A minimum of three (3) hours of overtime compensation (one and one-half [1-1/2] times regular pay rate) will be allowed for emergency work.
  5. An employee may request compensatory time in lieu of overtime for each hour worked to a maximum of sixteen (16) base hours per semester to be used during the semester it was earned or within thirty (30) days following the end of the semester.
  6. The appropriate administrative supervisor shall authorize and report overtime/compensatory time to the Payroll Office.


Support Staff

Overtime/compensatory time for contractual support staff shall be provided in accordance with the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.