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  • comp time in lieu of overtime for non-exempt employee (FL)

    It is my understanding that under the FLSA non-exempt employees cannot receive comp time. I work in a private firm in Florida, so we are not state regulated because apparently government employees can receive comp time? My question is; can a non-exempt employee choose to take comp time instead of overtime he or she may have accrued. Thank you for your help.
    I just thought of this scenario though....we also have an office in North Carolina, I'd like to know if the rules are different for NC on this question!
    Last edited by k9s4; 02-07-2005, 08:45 AM. Reason: meant to include NC

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    Federal Employees

    There are a few differences in the way employment conditions are handled between federal employees and private sector employees. You can read about them at: http://www.opm.gov/flsa/fact/fact.htm
    Lillian Connell

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      Thank you for the link!

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