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Daylight saving time affects only those employees who are at work when daylight saving time goes into effect on Sunday, March 9, at 2:00 a.m. These employees will work one less hour because clocks will be adjusted ahead one hour.
The salary for EXEMPT employees will NOT be affected by daylight saving time. NONEXEMPT employees who are at work when daylight saving time goes into affect will NOT have a reduction in pay for this "lost" hour. The "lost" hour will be reported using the DST (Daylight Saving Time) earnings code. This hour will not count toward overtime (FLSA); however, it will count toward leave accrual.
Employees who record 1.0 hour using DST, will normally record 39 hours as REG (Regular Hours) for the work week. If the employee works extra hours during the week, one of those hours will be added/recorded as REG (Regular Hours) before overtime or comp time earned will be recorded.
The HRIS upgrade is scheduled for March 27-31, 2008. Register in one of five HRIS 9 Showcases via HRIS Employee Self Service. Instructions for enrolling: http://www.k-state.edu/hr/selfserv.htm#enr
Or, register by contacting Employee Relations & Training at email@example.com. Please include your name, employee ID, course title, course code (WHR084), and course session number. Your registration will be appreciated by Monday, March 10, 2008.
Note: Special sessions are being arranged for K-State Salina, Area Offices and Research and Extension users.
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