Effective: July 1, 2012
Last Updated: July 1, 2012
Responsible University Office: IU Human Resources
Responsible University Administrator: Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Policy Contact: IU Human Resources
| Joe works his regular 7:30 am to 4:00 pm shift and then gets
called into work at 11:00 pm that night. He works overtime until
6:00 am the next morning. He is scheduled off the next day.
Result: Less than 16 hours, no ERT accrued
| During Sue's regular 7:30 am to 4:00 pm shift, it begins to snow.
Sue stays after work and helps remove snow until 3:00 am the next
Result: 19 hours - 16 hours = 3 hours ERT
| Bill works his regular 7:30 am to 4:00 pm shift. He is called
out at 6:30 pm and works on a major plumbing leak until 11:30 pm.
He goes home to sleep and is called back into work at 5:00 am. Bill
works through his next regular shift.
Result: 23.5 hours - 16 hours = 7.5 hours ERT
| Jim is called out at 8:00 pm Sunday night to answer heat calls
due to cold weather. He works all night and through his shift Monday.
Jim goes home at the end of his normal shift, but is called back
to work at 6:00 pm. He works until 3:00 am. Due
to the cold weather, his supervisor approves his working past 24
hours without an 8 hr. break. He then works his normal shift
at 7:30 am.
36.5 hrs - 16 hours = 20.5 hours
Result: : 36.5 hours - 24 hours = remaining 12.5 hours to be paid at double time