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Original Adopted Date: 8-11-97                                          Last Revised Date: 8-22-22                                        Last Reviewed Date: 11-28-16

Each non-exempt employee compensated on an hour-by-hour basis, whether full-or part-time, permanent or temporary, will be paid no less than the prevailing minimum wage.  Whenever a non-exempt employee must work more than forty hours in a given work week, the employee shall be compensated at one and one-half times their regular hourly wage rate.  This compensation shall be in the form of overtime pay or compensatory time.  Overtime will not be permitted without prior authorization of the superintendent or designee.

Each non-exempt employee paid on an hour-by-hour basis must complete, sign, and turn in a daily time record showing the actual number of hours worked.  Failure of the employee to maintain, or falsification of, a daily time record will be grounds for disciplinary action.

The requirements stated in the Master Agreement/Staff Handbook between employees in that classified collective bargaining unit and the board regarding wage and overtime compensation of such employees shall be followed.

It is the responsibility of the Business Manager to maintain wage records. 

Legal Reference:        Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority, 469 U.S. 528 (1985).

                                    29 U.S.C. §§ 206 et seq. (2012).

                                    29 C.F.R. Pt. 511-800 (2012).

Cross Reference:        411.3   Classified Employee Contracts

                                    412.1   Classified Employee Compensation