Presentation on theme: "Comp-Time for Travel Who is Not Eligible? Senior Executive Service Intermittents."— Presentation transcript:
Comp-Time for Travel Who is Not Eligible? Senior Executive Service Intermittents
Basic Facts Employee Entitlement Supervisor Approves on T&A No Limitation on Hours Earned Recorded Within 6 Pay Periods* Forfeited After 26 Pay Periods Can Never be Cashed In
Comp-Travel Questions Employees Schedule Traveling/Waiting Times FLSA Exempt or Non Exempt Constructed Travel Times Holiday Hours Time Zones-Departure/Return Commuting Time During Regular Work Hours BonifiedMeal Times Overtime/Regular Comp-Time
Other On the Tarmac Union Business Permanent Change in Duty Station Commuting During a Multiple Day Travel Assignment Extension of 26 Pay Period Limit
Travel, Exempt Employee Time spent in transit shall be considered hours of work when: 1. During regular working hours. 2. Work is performed while in transit. 3. It is the return trip from transporting items. 4. Transit is under arduous and unusual conditions 5. If results from an urgent event which could not be scheduled or controlled administratively.
Travel, Non-Exempt Employee Time spent in transit during non-duty hours shall be considered hours of work when: 1. Required to drive a vehicle 2. A passenger on a one-day assignment 3. A passenger on an overnight assignment during hours that correspond to the employee(s) regular working hours.