Policy No. B. 3.00
Date of Issue 7/2/2014
To comply with federal and state laws and regulations, employees are required to maintain and submit accurate records of hours and days worked and records of absence. Timesheets must have the supervisor approval prior to submission.
All employees, exempt and non-exempt, may be counselled for abuse of time off. Falsification of time records and abuse of time away from work may lead to disciplinary action up to and including discharge.
Employees identified as exempt as defined under the Wage and Hour Law are not required to log the number of hours worked each day, but rather, such employees must record hours that are not worked (i.e. vacation, personal, sick). Time worked or not worked will be computed for pay purposes in 1/2 day increments (3.88 hours)
Employees identified as non-exempt under the Wage and Hour Law must record the number of hours worked on a daily basis. Time worked or not worked will be computed for pay purposes in 15 minute intervals. Full-time employees are expected to work a 7.75 hour day.
Union employees are governed by the applicable provisions of the appropriate labor agreement.