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PART 2 RULES OF THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
HOURS OF WORK
§13-1 General provisions
§13-2 Mutual agreements
§13-1 General provisions.
(a) An employee's workweek may be in accordance with office hours as determined by the mayor and provided for by section 78-1.6, HRS, with designated shifts or modified work hour programs established by the director and implemented by individual departments.
(b) Reasonable rest periods, not to exceed in total twenty minutes per workday, may be provided if such breaks will not impair departmental operations.
(c) Full-time employees shall be allowed a meal period during the workday of at least forty-five minutes, subject to modification by mutual agreement.
(d) The schedule of a normal workweek for shift workers shall be prepared and prominently posted at least two weeks in advance so that the employees affected will be informed. The schedules shall be for no less than two-week periods and shall not be changed except for cause and provided affected employees are given at least forty-eight hours prior notice. Whenever possible, work schedules shall permit an employee to enjoy a holiday on the day it is observed.
(e) A part-time employee who works, in accordance with the employee's work schedule, on certain days or at certain times of the day may have the number of workdays or the number of hours of work in a day increased. An employee shall be compensated at the employee's normal pay rate and shall be entitled to overtime when they work more than eight hours a day or more than forty straight time hours in a workweek in accordance with overtime provisions in the applicable collective bargaining agreement or executive order.
[Eff Jul 01 2002] (Auth: HRS §§8-1, 8-2, 76-17, 78.1.6;
RCH §4-105)(Imp: HRS §§8-1, 8-2, 78-1.6)
§13-2 Mutual agreements
(a) The appointing authority and an employee or employees may enter into a mutual agreement to modify hours of work as follows:
(1) For employees who are participating on a voluntary basis in a modified work hour program, an agreement may be entered into with the appointing authority to permit waiver of the premium or differential pay which would otherwise accrue to the resultant work schedule.
(2) Subject to operational requirements, employees may enter into an agreement with the appointing authority to modify the duration of meal periods.
(b) Mutual agreements shall be submitted to the director for prior review and approval, except where they are in compliance with an established policy for a specific modified work hour program.
[Eff Jul 01 2002] (Auth: HRS §76-17; RCH §4-105) (Imp: HRS §§76-12, 76-13)
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