compensatory time

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time off that is granted to a worker as compensation for working overtime

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Specify that you want the district level special education administrator to be present at this meeting because you will be making a request for compensatory time. At this IEP meeting, you will present your concerns about missed services due to testing and explain how the missed instructional time has negatively impacted your child's progress toward meeting the goals of the IEP.
When an employee wants to use her comp time, she puts in a request, and the employer should permit her to use it "within a reasonable period after making the request if the use of the compensatory time does not unduly disrupt the operations of the employer," according to the bill.
If the FLSA does not block a compensatory time oil program, California law permits them for accounting firms' nonexempt employees if 'more than a dozen conditions are met, including:
This meant that they would earn three hours of compensatory time for every two hours they worked overtime.
Any waiving or postponement of rest breaks - say, to cover "seasonal" busy periods - must be agreed in writing and compensatory time given.
The Tenth Circuit has reinstated the sex discrimination claims of two female Albuquerque police officers who were forced to use sick time for leave they took under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), while men taking FMLA leave were allowed to use compensatory time. The appeals court reversed the district court's dismissal of the women's claims under Title VII and the New Mexico Human Rights Act, finding that the sick-leave requirement constituted an adverse employment action.
NQDC does not include vacation or sick leave, compensatory time, disability pay or death benefit plans; IRC section 220 Archer Medical Savings Accounts; IRC section 223 Health Savings Accounts or most other medical reimbursement arrangements.
Generally, the only exceptions to this rule are qualified plans such as 401(k) plans, bona fide vacation leave plans, sick leave, compensatory time, disability pay or death benefit plans.
Under section 409A, a nonqualified deferred compensation plan is broadly defined as any plan that provides for the deferral of compensation, except for (1) qualified employer plans (such as section 401(k) plans, pension plans and tax-deferred annuities), and (2) bona fide vacation leave, sick leave, compensatory time, disability pay, or death benefit plans.
In addition, workers were encouraged to accrue compensatory time when they found themselves thinking about work after hours or during their commute.
A public employee may be given one and one-half hours compensatory time off for every hour of overtime worked.
Certain classes of workers are excluded from the provisions provided compensatory time off is given.
The supplement analyzes the latest legal developments, including what constitutes compensable work time; compensatory time issues involving public sector employees; the production/administrative dichotomy applied to the administrative exemption; whether IT staff meet the computer professional exemption; when meal periods are compensable; and under what circumstances a federal district court will issue a notice to putative opt-in plaintiffs.
HR 1119, the Family Time Flexibility Act would amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and allow employees to receive compensatory time off in place of overtime pay.
Stop selling at night or take compensatory time off during the day for the night hours.