- When a professional-technical, exempt employee is requested by a supervisor to work beyond the regular work schedule, advance notice should be given to the employee, whenever possible, and the employee is entitled to compensatory time.
- The supervisor must pre-approve an employee working more than 40 hours per week and, thus, accruing compensatory time.
- If approved, the supervisor shall provide the employee with a Compensatory Time Record form to record the time worked beyond 40 hours. The employee shall complete the form and return it to the supervisor at the end of the week. The form shall be maintained by the supervisor in the department personnel files.
- Compensatory time shall accrue at the rate of one hour for every hour worked beyond 40 hours in a week. A professional-technical employee may only receive compensatory time when the new schedule is approved by the immediate supervisor.
Supervisors should ensure that compensatory time is taken as soon as possible and within the same academic year, if possible.Back to Top