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entered on or attached to the NAVCOMPT Form 2282. The hours
requested and approved shall not be exceeded; however, employees
may work less than the hours scheduled. In the event advance
approval is impossible, the NAVCOMPT Form 2282 shall be prepared
on the following workday and include a statement explaining the
emergency that prevented prior approval. If compensatory time is
not used within 26 pay periods, it will be paid as overtime.
Approving Officials should monitor the compensatory time aging
report each pay period to ensure exempt employees use their
compensatory time before 26 pay periods have passed to avoid
e. Retention Period. Per reference (a), Approving officials
shall ensure that time and attendance reports, all payroll
records, and supporting documents are kept available for audit,
or for six years, whichever occurs first.
10. Night and Shift Differential
a. General Schedule (GS) Employees. Per reference (f),
night differential, at the rate of 10 percent of the hourly basic
rate, is payable to employees for work between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.
if the regular tour of duty includes work during such hours. The
hours worked must be part of the regular tour.
b. Federal Wage System (FWS) Employees. FWS employees will
receive shift differential at the rate of 7.5 percent of their
hourly rate for non-overtime work when a majority of scheduled
hours occur between 3 p.m. and midnight; or 10 percent of their
hourly rate for non-overtime work when the majority of scheduled
hours occur between 11 p.m. and 8 a.m.. An employee may be paid
shift differential only when five or more hours of the regularly
scheduled 8-hour shift (including meal periods) occur during the
hours specified. Shift differential also is payable when an
and encampment purposes.
(2) In an official travel status during the hours of the
(3) On paid leave such as court leave, holiday leave,
compensatory time used, continuation of pay, time off awards, and
(4) Temporarily assigned to different tour of duty.