Term Details - Extra Time
Compensatory time earned on an hour for hour basis under one of three conditions.
- For FLSA non-exempt employees whose regular work schedule is less than 40 hours, if permitted to work beyond normal schedule, Extra Time can be accrued for working additional hours between the scheduled work week hours and the overtime threshold. Hours worked beyond 40 hours in a work week would be Overtime Compensatory Time.
Example: an employee normally scheduled 30 hours is asked to work an additional 10 hours in one week. 10 hours of Extra Time may be accrued.
- FLSA non-exempt law enforcement employees whose regular work schedule is 28 days, Extra Time can be accrued for working additional hours between 160 hours and 171 hours. Hours worked beyond 171 would be Overtime Compensatory Time.
- Extra Time may also be accrued during a workweek when an FLSA non-exempt employee takes a Holiday, Civil Leave, or University Declared Emergency Closing (please see Leave Offsetting policy) that is not offset by hours worked in the same workweek.
Example: If a full-time employee has a holiday on Monday, but also works 40 hours in the same workweek as the holiday. The employee will receive 8 hours pay for the holiday, 32 hours regular pay, and may accrue an additional 8 hours of Extra Time.