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comp time

n. Informal
Compensatory time.

comp′ time`


n.
time off from work, granted to an employee in lieu of overtime pay.
[comp(ensatory) time]
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Once an employee has made this "choice," the question of when to take this comp time is left entirely in the hands of the employer, who has 13 months to actually grant the workers their comp time.
1180 would let a private employer offer an employee up to 160 hours of comp time, or 20 standard eight-hour work days, in place of overtime pay per year, according to a copy of the H.
The law caps the number of comp time hours that law enforcement officers can accrue at 480.
Additionally, comp time was tracked by each department and not linked centrally.
It recognizes that the administrator often conducts town business outside normal office hours; subsequently, according to the contract, he is allowed to take compensatory time off as he deems appropriate, providing of course that such comp time does not interfere with his administrative duties.
Except for the occasional information that would come out of Lottery Commission meetings--high salaries, irregular expense reports, audit problems, unique comp time policies and failure to pay federal payroll taxes that resulted in IRS penalties.
Soon after, her supervisor changed, and she sent her new supervisor an e-mail clarifying whether or not she was able to report comp time This e-mail went unanswered.
Questions concerning overtime pay, premium pay caps and comp time for travel, for instance, are initially routed to this office.
Looking at compensatory time off and vacations, the survey found that 38 percent of companies polled offer comp time to store managers who work more than their allotted hours for a week.
He points out that while people used to be willing to work overtime for just pay, for instance, today many "want comp time and more vacation.