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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SET TO END NOV. 7:
Some University Staff to Be Impacted Temporarily by Adjustment of Clocks
- 10/19/10

When Indiana clocks fall back an hour at 2 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 7, the time change will affect the work schedule of some University employees.

For clerical, service and operations technical employees, police and firefighters working the third shift on this date, the time change will mean that their shift will last one hour longer than normally scheduled. For example, for that shift only, employees typically working eight-hour shifts will work nine hours; and those used to a 12-hour shift will work 13 hours.

The University has determined that employees must be paid overtime for the extra hour, and the work week may not be modified to avoid overtime payment.

If an employee requests the option of flexing the schedule, it is permissible as long as it is done within the same work week, is at the employee’s request, and the supervisor approves the request.

For more information, please contact:

     West Lafayette:
          Human Resource Services, Employment and Compensation, 494-0097
          Housing and Food Services Human Resources, 494-9418
          ITaP Human Resources, 4966-3879
          Physical Facilities Human Resources, 494-1421
     Calumet:
          Human Resources Department, (219) 989-2254
     Fort Wayne:
          Human Resources Department, (260) 481-6677
     North Central:
          Human Resources Department, (219) 785-5300


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