compensatory time


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compensatory time

n.
Time off given to an employee in place of overtime pay.
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Noun1.compensatory time - time off that is granted to a worker as compensation for working overtime
time off - a time period when you are not required to work; "he requested time off to attend his grandmother's funeral"
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Often, before granting compensatory time, district level administrators will ask for specific dates and times that you are claiming your child did not receive prescribed special education services.
The ability to offer compensatory time in lieu of money would be a useful tool to help employers manage their cash flow.
However, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, which generally applies to employers with revenues of S500,000 or more and engaged in "interstate commerce" essentially bans compensatory time off (or nonexempt employees who do not work for the government-although in some cases the FLSA permits compensatory time of accrual and use within a two-week period.
Also at the meeting, Guild committee members presented a list of ideas to help the company save money in a variety of ways, such as more flexible use of compensatory time, bringing back the four-day workweek (for five days pay), and even reducing the massive amount of paper used in the building.
Features of the agreement include a 4.5% wage increase over two years; additional holiday days after 16 years of service; an additional half day of family related leave for medical appointments; participation in NAV CANADA's self-funded leave programme; the ability to carry over some compensatory time after year end; and on-going contribution to the 'Union Management Relief Fund'.
The memorandum also addresses the issue of enhancing the attractiveness of certain high-risk missions (EUPOL Afghanistan, for example) by granting additional leave or compensatory time off for travel days.
The wage/hour regulations are complex and govern practices such as tracking and rounding hours worked, compensatory time and travel time pay.
In addition, the five days is not to be confused with "credit hours" earned under a flexible work schedule or compensatory time off earned for overtime hours.
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.
Q As a chemistry supervisor in a large private laboratory where we are always working short-handed, I am being asked to fill in for people who "call in." I am finding myself often working 60 to 65 hours a week without extra pay or compensatory time. This is getting old.
Chapters discuss workers that not covered by the act; overtime compensation, minimum wage, and record keeping exemptions; working hours; overtime; compensatory time; minimum wage; child labor; the Equal Pay Act; collective bargaining; record keeping; penalties; and self-auditing.
409A(d)(1) defines a NQDC plan as "any plan that provides for the deferral of compensation, other than (A) a qualified employer plan, and (B) any bona fide vacation leave, sick leave, compensatory time, disability pay, or death benefit plan." S shareholders can be subject to Sec.