149.04  OVERTIME COMPENSATION.
   (a)   Full-Time Hourly Employees.
      (1)   Full-time hourly employees shall be compensated at the rate of time and one-half the regular rate of pay for work performed in excess of eight hours per day, and forty hours per week, and for work performed on Saturday, Sunday or any holiday as defined in Section 149.10. In the event such an employee is required to work any seven consecutive days, he shall be compensated at the rate of double the regular rate of pay for the seventh day.
      (2)   Overtime paid for labor performed on a compensated holiday shall be in addition to the regular time compensation for such holiday, but holiday hours so compensated shall not again be used in any other overtime computations. When two or more types of overtime are applicable to the same hours of work, only one will be paid. In no case will overtime be duplicated or pyramided. No credit will be allowed or premium payment made for overtime labor unless it is rendered pursuant to prior order or approval by the division head or other supervisory employee customarily authorized to direct the employee rendering it, or pursuant to a regularly established or published division rule or schedule.
   (b)   Annual Salaried Employees.
      (1)   All annual salaried employee who are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act shall be entitled to compensable time off, at a rate of one hour off for each hour worked in excess of eight hours per day and forty hours per week, and for work performed on Saturday, Sunday and any holiday as defined in Section 149.10. At no time shall any annual salaried employee accrue more than one hundred twenty (120) hours of compensable time. Any employee who has accumulated more than one hundred twenty (120) hours of compensable time prior to the effective date of this ordinance shall have one (1) year from the effective date of this ordinance to use that compensatory time that is in excess of the maximum one hundred twenty (120) hours or such excess time shall be waived. No more than forty (40) hours of accrued compensable time shall be converted to cash upon termination of employment. In lieu of such compensable time, all annual salaried employees covered under the Fair Labor Standards Act shall be paid time and one-half their regular pay for all hours worked in excess of forty hours per week. This paragraph does not apply to traffic signal technicians (Public Works Department), whose overtime compensation is covered in subsection (b)(2) hereof, or to employees who are paid overtime pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement.
      (2)   Traffic signal technicians shall receive time and one-half of their regular pay for all hours worked in excess of eight hours per day and forty hours per week. Traffic signal technicians shall receive time and one-half for all hours worked on Saturday, Sunday or any holiday, as defined in Section 149.10.
      (3)   Traffic signal technicians (Public Works Department) who work more than four hours as part of a regular shift assignment between the hours of 3:30 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. shall receive a shift premium of forty-five cents ($.45) per hour for all hours worked during the second shift (3:30 p.m. to 12:00 midnight) fifty cents ($.50) per hour for all hours worked during the third shift (12:01 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.).
         (Ord. 49-01. Passed 11-5-2001.)