Overtime Compensation. 1. Except as provided in this section, Grantee will be responsible for any obligations of premium overtime pay due employees. Premium overtime pay is defined as any compensation paid to an individual in addition to the employee’s normal rate of pay for hours worked in excess of normal working hours.
Overtime Compensation. 160. Appointing officers may require employees to work longer than the normal work day or longer than the normal work week. Any time worked under proper authorization of the appointing officer or his/her designated representative or any hours suffered to be worked by an employee, exclusive of part-time employees, in excess of the regular or normal work day or week shall be designated as overtime and shall be compensated at one-and-one-half times the base hourly rate which may include a night differential if applicable. 161. Employees working in classifications that are designated in Article II of this agreement as having a normal work day of less than eight (8) hours or a normal work week of less than forty (40) hours shall not be entitled to overtime compensation for work performed in excess of said specified normal hours until they exceed eight (8) hours per day or forty (40) hours per week, provided further, that employees working in a flex-time program or alternate work schedule shall be entitled to overtime compensation as provided herein when required to work more than eight hours in a day or forty hours per week. Ov ertime compensation so earned shall be computed subject to all the provisions and conditions set forth herein.
Overtime Compensation. Time worked in addition to the regular scheduled shifts or time worked in a bi- weekly pay period that is in excess of the bi-weekly hours shall be compensated at the rate of one and one half (1½T) times the regular hourly rate for the overtime worked. An Employee who works in excess of four (4) hours overtime in any one day shall be compensated at the rate of two times (2T) the regular hourly rate for the overtime worked which shall include the first four (4) hours at double time.
Overtime Compensation. A. An employee who performs work in a higher classification shall have overtime compensation computed at the first step rate of the higher classification, unless the employee's regular rate of compensation is higher, in which case the overtime compensation shall be computed at the employee's regular rate of compensation.