1. "Flexible work schedule" means an eight-hour work day in which the employee may vary the time of arrival and/or departure. A flexible work schedule includes core time and a flexible band. "Flexible time and flexible bands" mean the specific periods of the workday during which employees may opt to vary their arrival and departure times.
2. "Fixed shift" means a workday that establishes the employee's arrival and departure times. These times are normally standardized and not variable.
3. "Compressed work schedule" (CWS) means, in the case of a full time employee, an 80-hour biweekly basic work requirement that is scheduled for less than 10 workdays; and, in the case of a part time employee, a biweekly basic work requirement of less than 80 hours that is scheduled for less than 10 workdays and that may require the employee to work more than 8 hours in a day.
a. "5-4-9" is an 80-hour biweekly basic work schedule that includes five (5) workdays in one week and four (4) workdays in the other week of the pay period.
b. "4-40" is a 40-hour weekly basic work schedule that includes four (4) workdays in one week.
4. "Credit hours" means those hours worked in excess of an employee's basic work requirement in which an employee on a flexible work schedule elects to work so as to vary the length of a succeeding workday or workweek. The use of credit hours cannot be used in a pattern that represents a 4/40 schedule.
Section 3--General Overtime Provisions
A. Overtime shall be distributed to bargaining unit employees whose performance is fully successful.
B. Overtime shall not be distributed or withheld as a reward or penalty.
C. When an employee, whether covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act or exempt, works regular overtime, such overtime will be scheduled and paid in increments of 15 minutes. When an employee, whether covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act or exempt, works irregular overtime, such overtime will be paid in increments of 15 minutes. Daily increments of less than 15 minutes, if such occur, will be accumulated during the workweek. At the end of the workweek, any increments of 7 minutes or fewer will be rounded down and any increments of 8 minutes or more will be rounded up to the next 15-minute interval.