A Compressed work schedule enables a non-exempt (overtime eligible) or exempt employee to complete the traditional forty (40) hours per week in fewer than five (5) full work days. An exempt employee could also work more than 40 hours one week and fewer than 40 hours the next for a total of 80 hours. It does not always mean four 10-hour days.

Examples of Compressed schedules.

Forms:

Flexible Work Agreement

FAQs:

Still have questions about working a Compressed work schedule? See our Compressed Work Schedule Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

*It is mandatory for any employee who works more than 6 hours per day to have a ½ hour unpaid lunch break which must be in addition to the hours worked.