Employees with compressed schedules receive 8 hours of holiday pay and/or compensatory leave, depending on the situation, regardless of their compressed schedule hours. There are three possible scenarios. These examples are based on a full-time, schedule. Leave and pay are pro-rated for part-time employees. For non-exempt employees with a compressed schedule, they will record 8 […]
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FAQ Category: Compressed Schedule
Employees working a Compressed schedule must account for all required hours worked and leave taken. If an employee working a 10-hour day is out sick, he/she will need to record 10 hours of sick leave. If they wish to apply Holiday, University, or Compensatory Leave to their 10-hour day, they will have to work and […]
Perhaps. Employees and supervisors should discuss this question during the development of the Flexible Work agreement. It is important to remember that the work of the university and the department must not suffer as a result of Flexible Work arrangements. Flexibility is a two-way street. There will be events, meetings, etc. that cannot be scheduled […]
If an employee is working a Compressed schedule and the university has an unscheduled closing on his/her non-work day, the employee does not receive university leave for that day.
No. Non-exempt employees (overtime eligible) do not have quite as many options as exempt employees (non-overtime eligible) because they may not use a Compressed schedule that will result in working over 40 hours without incurring overtime. Click here for examples of Compressed schedules.