Do workers punch time clocks to record time on the job?
The sanitation personnel do not use time clocks. A system has been in place for many years in which one of the supervisors records on a daily basis the start time and end time for every route. This base record is used to certify weekly and bi-weekly payrolls, which are signed both by the supervisor(s) and the superintendent. 3. Are they paid overtime if they work beyond 8 hours on a given day even if they remain at or below 40 hours per week? Employees assigned to residential collection routes work on a task system based on four 10-hour days per week, not 8. As required by the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Town uses procedures for payment of overtime consistent with this national legislation. All recorded overtime is paid as required. The rate at which such overtime is compensated is determined by actual hours of credited time worked in a declared work cycle (i.e., one week). Completion of a garbage route brings ten hours of credited time. For example, before any employee receives time
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