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Disposition of State Comp Time


State Comp Time earned by working on holidays or skeleton days.
Applies to Exempt and Non-Exempt employees. State Comp time earned via this method must be taken within 12 months of when earned; however, if the individual employee's request cannot be granted within this time frame because his/her absence would disrupt normal teaching, research, or other critical functions, the employee can be paid for this leave. Employees whose employment terminates prior to using comp time earned on holidays/skeleton crew days may have their appointments extended to reimburse them for such time.

State Comp Time earned other than by working a holiday or skeleton day.
For non-exempt employees . State comp time earned via this method must be taken during the 12-month period following the end of the workweek in which the compensatory time was accrued or it lapses. An employee may not be paid for that compensatory time. However, an employee of an institution of higher education may be paid at the employee's regular rate of pay for that compensatory time if the employer determines that taking the compensatory time off would disrupt normal teaching, research, or other critical functions.

For Exempt employees. State comp time earned via this method must be taken during the 12-month period following the end of the workweek in which the compensatory time was accrued or it lapses. An exempt employee may not be paid for that compensatory time.