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What is the difference between compensatory time earned and credit hours?

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What is the difference between compensatory time earned and credit hours?

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Compensatory time is in lieu of overtime and is a management tool to facilitate a work project. It must be authorized and approved in advance. It is initiated and worked at managements discretion. For non-exempt employees, compensatory time that expires before use, pays at the appropriate overtime rate. Exempt employees who fail to use their compensatory time before expiration, lose the right to both the compensatory time off and the overtime pay unless the failure is due to an exigency of the service beyond his/her control. Compensatory time pay codes are 040 for earned and 041 for used. Credit hours are additional hours worked by employees on a flexible work schedule with a one time approval by their supervisor. Working additional hours is at the discretion of the employee. He or she may choose to perform some legitimate but possibly routine work to bank credit hours for use later. They are initiated by the employee rather than directed by management. It is inappropriate for manageme

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