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Title 5 Part 610 → Subpart D

Title 5 → Chapter I → Subchapter B → Part 610 → Subpart D

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Title 5 Part 610 → Subpart D

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Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 610 → Subpart D


Title 5: Administrative Personnel
PART 610—HOURS OF DUTY


§610.401   General.

This subpart contains regulatory requirements prescribed by the Office of Personnel Management to implement certain provisions of subchapter 11 of chapter 61 of title 5, United States Code. These regulations supplement that subchapter and must be read together with it.

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§610.402   Coverage.

The regulations contained in this subpart apply only to flexible work schedules and compressed work schedules established under subchapter 11 of chapter 61 of title 5, United States Code.

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§610.403   Definitions.

In this subpart, Agency, Credit Hours, and Employee have the meaning given these terms in section 6121 of title 5, United States Code.

[58 FR 58262, Nov. 1, 1993]

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§610.404   Requirement for time-accounting method.

An agency that authorizes a flexible work schedule or a compressed work schedule under this subpart shall establish a time-accounting method that will provide affirmative evidence that each employee subject to the schedule has worked the proper number of hours in a biweekly pay period.

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§610.405   Holiday for part-time employees on flexible work schedules.

If a part-time employee is relieved or prevented from working on a day within the employee's scheduled tour of duty that is designated as a holiday by Federal statute or Executive order, the employee is entitled to basic pay with respect to the holiday for the number of hours the employee is scheduled to work on that day, not to exceed 8 hours. When a holiday falls on a nonworkday of a part-time employee, he or she is not entitled to an in-lieu-of day for that holiday.

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§610.406   Holiday for employees on compressed work schedules.

(a) If a full-time employee is relieved or prevented from working on a day designated as a holiday by Federal statute or Executive order, the employee is entitled to basic pay for the number of hours of the compressed work schedule on that day.

(b) If a part-time employee is relieved or prevented from working on a day within the employee's scheduled tour of duty that is designated as a holiday by Federal statute or Executive order, the employee is entitled to basic pay for the number of hours of the compressed work schedule on that day. When a holiday falls on a nonworkday of a part-time employee, he or she is not entitled to an in-lieu-of day for that holiday.

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§610.407   Premium pay for holiday work for employees on compressed work schedules.

(a) An employee on a compressed schedule who performs work on a holiday is entitled to basic pay, plus premium pay at a rate equal to basic pay, for the work that is not in excess of the employee's compressed work schedule for that day. For hours worked on a holiday in excess of the compressed work schedule, a full-time employee is entitled to overtime pay under applicable provisions of law and a part-time employee is entitled to straight time pay or overtime pay, depending on whether the excess hours are nonovertime hours or overtime hours.

(b) An employee on a compressed work schedule is not entitled to holiday premium pay while engaged in training, except as provided in §410.402 of this chapter.

[48 FR 44060, Sept. 27, 1983, as amended at 64 FR 69182, Dec. 10, 1999]

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§610.408   Use of credit hours.

Members of the Senior Executive Service (SES) may not accumulate credit hours under an alternative work schedule. Any credit hours accumulated in the SES prior to December 1, 1993, must be used within 6 months of that date.

[58 FR 58262, Nov. 1, 1993]

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