Compensatory Time Off Forms

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires non-exempt employees to be paid for overtime worked. Within the FLSA there is provision for employers to offer employees the option of electing to receive Compensatory Time Off (CTO) for overtime hours worked rather than to receive pay. An employee's election to receive CTO must be in writing. The staff personnel programs outline specific procedures for handling overtime compensation and CTO.

Employee Organization Membership Payroll Deduction Authorization (Agency Fees)

Employees whose terms and conditions of employment are determined by a collective bargaining agreement may be required to pay an Agency Fee to their exclusive representative union. Under the Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act (HEERA), employees in a bargaining unit for which an exclusive represented has been selected must either join the organization or pay a fair share service fee (“agency fee”).