The employee would have to enter into an agreement to receive comp time
voluntarily, and not as a condition of employment.
Pay former employees for their banked comp time
hours at termination of employment or retirement.
The argument is [that] employers will coerce their workers to accept comp time
in lieu of cash overtime payments and that those agreements by the workers won't truly be voluntary.
Orr's husband, Stephen, also an APD officer, used two weeks' comp time
as FMLA leave.
The bills give employees the right to choose between overtime pay and comp time
, but as recent revelations about managerial practices at Wal-Mart, Taco Bell, Iowa Beef Packers and countless other businesses show, as far as low-wage, nonunionized labor goes, choices about overtime pay are made by employers, not workers.
He was a few months from retirement, and with the comp time
and sick days he had accrued, he could easily leave the airways right now, he told us, but there was nowhere he would rather be.
Thus, if employers and employees are allowed to agree that a worker will get comp time
instead of overtime pay, then employers will force this on workers.
No one worked a minute more without taking comp time
later, and productivity mirrored morale.
The provision of compensatory or comp time
rather than overtime pay is very common among associations, and indeed may be preferred by many employees.
There's minimum wage, OSHA's ergonomics rule, expansion of union authority and comp time
, to name a few.
Now ESP receive comp time
according to a negotiated agreement, and two ESP members of the team have taken on leadership roles.
Further, the FLSA provides that an employee is assured of being able to use his or her comp time
within a reasonable time of earning it unless this would "unduly disrupt" the public-sector employer.