5 U.S. Code Chapter 61 - HOURS OF WORK

SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec. 6101. Basic 40-hour workweek; work schedules; regulations. [6102. Repealed.] 6103. Holidays. 6104. Holidays; daily, hourly, and piece-work basis employees. 6105. Closing of Executive departments. 6106. Time clocks; restrictions. SUBCHAPTER II—FLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSED WORK SCHEDULES 6120. Purpose. 6121. Definitions. 6122. Flexible schedules; agencies authorized to use. 6123. Flexible schedules; computation of premium pay. 6124. Flexible schedules; holidays. 6125. Flexible schedules; time-recording devices. 6126. Flexible schedules; credit hours; accumulation and compensation. 6127. Compressed schedules; agencies authorized to use. 6128. Compressed schedules; computation of premium pay. 6129. Administration of leave and retirement provisions. 6130. Application of programs in the case of collective bargaining agreements. 6131. Criteria and review. 6132. Prohibition of coercion. 6133. Regulations; technical assistance; program review.

1982—Pub. L. 97–221, § 2(b),July 23, 1982, 96 Stat. 233, inserted “SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS” before item 6101 and inserted “SUBCHAPTER II—FLEXIBLE AND COMPRESSED WORK SCHEDULES” and items 6120 to 6133 after item 6106.
1972—Pub. L. 92–392, § 7(b),Aug. 19, 1972, 86 Stat. 573, struck out item 6102 “Eight-hour day; 40-hour work week; wage-board employees”.

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