Tracking Time for HSC Employees

Federal overtime eligibility has been expanded to include most employees who make less than $47,476 per year. This nationwide change makes approximately 2000 OU employees newly eligible for overtime pay. OU employees making less than $47,476 per year will:
  1. Be paid for all hours worked including work-related activities occurring outside the scheduled workday and work done offsite.
  2. Begin tracking their actual worked hours.
  3. Be paid overtime for time worked beyond 40 hours per week. Overtime pay is 1.5 times their hourly rate.
  4. Be transitioned to the hourly version of their current job title effective October 1 in Norman and November 27 at HSC.
  5. Not be allowed to 'volunteer' to work longer hours. All hours must be paid.
  6. Need to track work time while traveling according to federal guidelines. 

For more information on time tracking at HSC, visit the Time, Attendance & Leave (TAL) training page.