Multiple Appointments Within and Across Employee Groups

Temporary or Casual Appointments

Primary Appointment Academic, Civil Service (exempt, nonexempt), or Bargaining Unit Secondary Appointment Nature of Non-Academic Work Performed in Temporary or Casual Appointment Overtime Pay Requirement for Hours Worked Over 40 Per Week
Academic Exempt
(93xx, 94xx, 95xx, 96xx, 97xx)
Exempt (0007)

Nonexempt (0001)

Overtime pay is not required.
  • Units may choose to make lump sum payments.
  • Units may choose to pay by the hour.

  • Overtime pay of 1 1/2 times is required if employee works more than 40 hours a week in the secondary temporary or casual appointment. Overtime pay is calculated on the hourly rate of the higher-paying appointment (base pay plus any augmentation).
  • Lump sum payments are not allowed.
Civil Service Exempt Exempt (0007)

Nonexempt (0001)

Overtime pay is not required.
  • Units may choose to make lump sum payments.
  • Units may choose to pay by the hour.

  1. Overtime pay of 1 1/2 times is required if employee works more than 40 hours a week in the primary and secondary temporary or casual appointments combined. Overtime pay is calculated on the hourly rate of the higher-paying appointment (base pay plus any augmentation).
  2. Lump sum payments are not allowed.
Civil Service, Nonexempt;

Bargaining Unit, Nonexempt

Nonexempt (0001)
  1. Overtime pay of 1 1/2 times is required for employees working more than 40 hours a week. Overtime pay is calculated on the hourly rate of the higher-paying appointment (base pay plus any augmentation).
  2. Lump sum payments are not allowed.
  3. If primary appointment is non-exempt, the secondary appointment must be 0001 regardless of the nature of the work in the second appointment.

Definitions:

Exempt: Employees primarily performing work that is not subject to overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Overtime pay is not required under FLSA; however, the University chooses to pay overtime to exempt Non-V Class employees.

Nonexempt: Employees primarily performing work that is subject to the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Overtime pay is required.