31 IAC 5-7-5 - Additional compensable time other than overtime

Current through March 30, 2022

Authority: IC 4-15-2.2-19

Affected: IC 4-15-2.2

Sec. 5.

Requirements for payment for additional hours of work other than overtime shall be as follows:

(1) All employees whose regularly established work schedule is less than full time shall be paid for hours worked or hours worked together with:
(A) sick leave;
(B) vacation leave;
(C) personal leave;
(D) holidays;
(E) compensatory time off; or
(F) leaves of absence with pay; during the pay period, which are in addition to the employee's normal work schedule but which do not exceed the total number of hours of work in the regularly established work schedules of employees working full time in comparable positions within the same agency or department. Payment for such additional hours of work shall be made with the regular payment for that pay period in which the additional hours were worked, at a straight-time rate equal to the employee's regular hourly pay rate multiplied by the number of additional hours worked.
(2) Employees who are eligible for overtime payments under section 3 of this rule and whose regularly established work schedule is full time shall be paid for hours other than overtime, as defined in section 2 of this rule, worked during the pay period which together with:
(A) sick leave;
(B) vacation leave;
(C) personal leave;
(D) holidays;
(E) compensatory time off; or
(F) leaves of absence with pay; exceeds the total number of regularly scheduled hours of work in the employee's pay period. Payment for such additional hours of work shall be made with the regular payment for that pay period in which the additional hours were worked at a straight-time rate equal to the employee's regular hourly pay rate multiplied by the number of additional hours worked.

Notes

31 IAC 5-7-5
State Personnel Department; 31 IAC 5-7-5; filed May 10, 2012, 2:32 p.m.: 20120606-IR-031110446FRA Readopted filed 6/1/2018, 9:50 a.m.: 20180627-IR-031180194RFA

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