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Sample 24 Hour Schedules


Sample 24 Hour Schedules document sample

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									Compressed Work Week Policies and Procedures



I.       Purpose:

         To provide employees guidance on Compressed Work Schedules (CWW) and define office coverage
         procedures to participating employees.

II.      Policy:

         A. A Compressed Work Schedule is a management tool to improve employee efficiency and
            customer service. The opportunity to work a compressed work schedule is a privilege and not an
            entitlement. This option may be terminated at any time at management’s discretion.

         B. The ____________9/80-work schedule is the standard and is based upon a nine-hour workday.
            Employees are expected to work nine hours per day for eight days, and work one eight hour day
            in each consecutive two-week period and receive one earned day off (EDO). Non-exempt
            employees shall only take earned time off within the same work week (7 consecutive 24-hour
            periods) – unauthorized overtime is prohibited.

         C. Employees shall be required to use the EDO on its regularly scheduled day during a paid time off
            period or a day within the same pay period. EDOs are required to be taken on the day scheduled
            unless prior approval is secured from your supervisor. EDOs are not eligible to be banked or
            stored for later use.

         D. Compressed Work Schedules may only be changed with the approval of your supervisor. Other
            work schedules may be offered with approval from the Department’s Director.

         E. It is vital for management to ensure adequate coverage prior to approving a CWW schedule.
            Therefore, every department will identify the minimum number of personnel expected to be
            physically on-site at all times. This should assure adequate departmental coverage and ability to
            provide service. In the event of an emergency situation, the most senior on-site employee will be

         F. At all times, management or executive level employees will designate one director or manager as
            “on call” in which Earned Days Off (EDO) are normally utilized. This will assist receptionists in
            directing important telephone calls or visitors. If this person cannot be on-site, it is required that
            he/she be immediately available by telephone, pager or cellular phone.



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