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Recording time for the emergency closing

Contributed by Donna Veres on 03/02/18 

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Given that the College is officially closed today, March 2, 2018 due to a weather emergency, we offer the following information to assist employees and supervisors in completing on-line time cards:  


  • Employees who were regularly scheduled to work during the official closing, but did not work, will be paid for their regularly scheduled hours.  These hours should be recorded as hours worked on the on-line time card.
  • Employees who are on medical leave or who had previously scheduled vacation or personal time for March 2nd  will not have these hours converted to emergency closing (regular hours).
  • All nonexempt employees designated as “essential personnel” and who reported to work, will be compensated at their regular rate for their regularly scheduled hours.  In addition, they will receive one and one-half times their regular rate (time and a half) for all hours worked during this official closing.  On the on-line time card, regularly scheduled hours should be recorded as hours worked and the actual hours worked will be recorded as overtime at 1.5.
  • Temporary and part-time workers who are not benefit-eligible are not paid for emergency closings unless they are designated as “essential” and required to work.  This includes student employees.
  • Student employees who worked will be paid at their regular rate for hours worked.

Please contact the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-8000 or email with any questions or for assistance.

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