1 would require all state employees making less than $31,000 annually to receive overtime pay rather than comp time
for all hours worked over 40 per week.
That case ended in a settlement that granted officers 800 hours in comp time
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"The contract eliminates comp time
, sunsets the retirement clause, moves to combine part-time secretarial staff with clerical at the elementary and middle school levels, and changes the compensation for extra duty."
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This bill changes federal overtime law to allow employees the "choice" of declining to accept time and a half for overtime laws in favor of comp time
. As we all know, if this bill passes, the "choice" of whether to take compensation will probably be coerced, and would, in all honesty, be more likely to be an employer's choice, rather than an employee's choice.
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.R.
Additionally, employees can use accrued leave to supplement their existing workers' comp time
"Guy (Bax) took overtime and comp time
, and even when Bax was acting director, I still got overtime for fires and demos, because, I was then, and still am, the chief code enforcement officer."
For each hour of overtime worked, companies would give 1.5 hours of compensatory time, up to 160 hours total comp time
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.