179.07   OVERTIME FOR FLSA NON-EXEMPT EMPLOYEES.
   Effective with the pay period commencing on February 7, 2015, the overtime policy for FLSA non-exempt employees shall be as follows:
   (a)   The rate of compensation for overtime hours worked by full-time employees shall be determined by dividing the annual salary by 1,820 hours for those working a thirty-five hour week and by 2,080 hours for those working a forty-hour week; and by multiplying the quotient by the number of hours worked in the performance of overtime duties.
   (b)   The method of compensation shall be determined as follows:
      (1)   Employees normally working a thirty-five work week, having overtime that increase their weekly total hours worked to not more than forty.
         A.   The employee may take an equal number of hours off during a subsequent work day to compensate for the overtime hours worked.
         B.   The employee may request to be paid for such overtime hours not to exceeding forty hours per week; such payment to be made at the employees regular rate of pay.
      (2)   When employees normally working a thirty-five or thirty-seven and one- half hour work week have overtime hours that increase their weekly total of hours worked in excess of forty hours, or when an employee normally working a forty-hour work week has overtime hours in excess of forty hours per work week the following may occur:
         A.   The employee may, at a rate of one and one-half hours for each overtime hour worked, take an equal number of hours off during a subsequent work day, if the day chosen falls within the same work week.
         B.   If the compensatory time-off cannot be scheduled within the same work week, the overtime hours in excess of forty hours:
            1.   May at the employee's request be paid to the employee at one and one-half times the employees non-overtime rate of pay.
            2.   The employee may convert such overtime hours to an equal amount of compensatory time-off at a rate of one and one-half hours for each overtime hour worked; to be used at a later time, subject to the approval of departmental supervision. (Such bank of accumulated unused compensatory time shall not exceed 96 hours).
(Ord. 1985-23.  Passed 9-23-85; Ord. 2013-5.  Passed 2-25-13; Ord. 2015-9. Passed 2-9-15.)