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Employee Relations > Work Schedules & Overtime
For nonexempt employees, a work schedule is defined as the employee’s assigned work hours, including starting and ending times during the day, and the days included in the employee’s standard workweek. The normal standard workweek is forty (40) hours per week and runs from Monday through Friday. The administrative workweek for purposes of reporting work time begins at 12:00 a.m. on Wednesday and ends at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday. All overtime pay is based on the administrative workweek and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). There is no guarantee of the number of hours of work in a day or week.
Specific guidelines for nonexempt employees:
Exempt employees shall be assigned a reasonable work schedule. The work of employees in exempt positions is not measured solely by the hours worked. Employees in exempt positions are expected to work the hours necessary to complete assignments on a schedule that satisfies the requirements of the job. A full-time commitment typically requires a minimum of eighty (80) hours per bi-weekly payroll period.
Specific guidelines for exempt employees: