FLSA Employee Resources

Non-exempt employees should expect the following:

  • You will receive compensatory time or overtime pay at time and a half for any approved hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week.
  • Your supervisor will review requirements for recording your hours worked and obtaining approval for overtime hours.

For more detailed information about the FLSA update and supervisor/employee requirements, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions and FLSA Training pages.

Please contact your supervisor with any questions.  If you would like to speak with someone in Human Resources, please contact one of the following members:

Julane Cappo

Renee Sheen

Rhea Dever


Recording Overtime Hours

Non-exempt TOP, AP, and Non-Represented employees will continue using WebTime.  Approved hours over 40 in a workweek need to be recorded as Comp Time Earned or as Overtime, based on your discussions with your supervisor.  Ensure total hours for the workweek are over 40 before hours are input into the system; i.e. do not input hours to Comp Time Earned on a Monday if you worked 9 hours that day.  Only input the time if it indeed puts you over 40 hours for the week.

Please note the following:

Recording Comp Time Earned: Manual calculation is necessary for inputting compensatory time.  Example: If you worked 42 hours in a workweek you will input 3 hours into Comp Time Earned (2 hours overtime x 1.5 earning rate = 3 hours earned).

Recording Overtime:  Pay rate is properly calculated at 1.5 times your base rate within the payroll system.  Example: If you worked 42 hours in a workweek and it was elected to be paid as overtime, you would input 2 hours into Overtime.