University support staff employees in non-exempt positions (positions that are eligible for overtime compensation) and who are called in to work on a regular day off or called back to work after a regular work schedule shall be paid at the appropriate rate of pay for the hours worked.
Employees shall be paid for a minimum of 2 hours of call-back pay. The minimum of two hours shall not apply if the employee was on stand-by when called in or called back. The 2 hour minimum shall also not apply if the employee was called in or called back during the 2 hour period immediately prior to the beginning of his or her next regularly scheduled work shift.
Only hours actually worked shall be credited in determining eligibility for overtime compensation.
Call-back hours are reported with the earnings codes CBP, CBN, CBO, and CBC.
Carl Callback regularly works from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. During the reporting period from 1/26/97 - 2/8/97, he is called in or called back the following times:
1/30/97 -- Called back to work from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. He is paid call-back regular pay (CBP) for the 1 hour worked. He is also paid 1 hour call-back minimum pay (CBN) in order to be paid for 2 hours minimum.
2/7/97 -- Called back to work from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. He is paid for call-back overtime pay (CBO) for the 1 hour worked because his FLSA hours > 40. He is also paid 1 hour call-back minimum (CBN) in order to be paid for 2 hours minimum.
*If the employee wants compensatory time instead of pay, the CBC code would be used in place of the CBO code.
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