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Summer 9/80 Alternate Work Schedule 2013
Executive Council has approved the voluntary implementation of a summer 9/80 work schedule for CSUSM staff employees. Managers may offer this alternate work schedule to their staff as long as it meets the following guideline:
- Will be transparent to all internal and external customers of the University by not disrupting normal business operations or service to our customers.
Summer 9/80 Work Schedules:
Option 1 - May 27, 2013 through August 2, 2013
Option 2 - June 3, 2013 through August 9, 2013
Requesting a Summer 9/80 Work Schedule
Employees who would like to participate in the summer 9/80 work schedule must complete the attached “Summer 9/80 Work Schedule Request Form” and forward to their appropriate administrator for consideration and approval/denial. The appropriate administrator should forward the completed form to HREO prior to May 13, 2013.
Summer 9/80 Work Request Forms:
Full-time non-exempt employees who participate in the summer 9/80 work schedule will have either excess or deficit hours at the end of each pay period. Excess hours will be paid to the employee (from department budget funds) at the regular pay rate. Excess hours are paid on the 15th of the month following the month the excess hours were worked. If the employee has deficit hours, the hours are carried forward to the next month. Deficit hour balances are reconciled and cleared at the end of the alternate work schedule period using the employee’s pre-determined leave credits.
Excess Hours – Additional hours an employee works that exceed the standard 168 or 176 hours in a pay period.
Negative or Deficit Hours- Hours not worked – when an employee works less than the standard 168 or 176 hours in a pay period.
Information on excess/deficit hours for summer 2013 is provided on the summer 9/80 work schedule request form for non-exempt employees.
If you have any questions regarding the summer 9/80 work schedule or other alternate work schedules, please contact a Human Resources Manager at ext. 4416.