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    Where I work it is possible to comp overtime for time off. Some departments get their comp time as time and a half. Ours gets straight time. Is there any information out there about which way the time should be compensated?
    thanks Steve

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    Comp Time

    Originally posted by Steve SImpson
    Where I work it is possible to comp overtime for time off. Some departments get their comp time as time and a half. Ours gets straight time. Is there any information out there about which way the time should be compensated?
    thanks Steve
    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) defines compensatory time off as paid time away from the job that is earned and accrued by an employee in lieu of cash payment for overtime compensation, at the rate of no less than one and one-half hours of compensatory time for each hour of overtime worked. Under the Act, only government agencies may legally allow their nonexempt employees time off in place of wages; for the most part, private employers are not eligible to use comp time in place of overtime.

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