In support of Phoenix College and Business Services mission, Human Resources will act as a learning resource for its diverse community. We are dedicated to promoting a dynamic team of knowledgeable professionals who impact and inspire positive and equitable human relations throughout the organization. As a department, we will ensure the tradition of excellence in teaching and learning at Phoenix College by facilitating recruitment, employment, development, compensation, and retention of a talented and diverse workforce.
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To help you prepare for holidays, please refer to the following holiday pay information:
This is the same process followed last year and is in accordance with policy A-24.C.5.b (Alternative Work Schedules) and A-16.C (Holidays).
- Non-Exempt: Eligible non-exempt employees will be paid for 10 hours of work during a summer holiday.
- Exempt: Eligible exempt employees will be paid their regular salary in any week containing a holiday.
- Less than 1.0 FTE: Eligible employees who are less than 1.0 FTE (full-time equivalent) are paid a prorated portion of holiday based on their percentage of FTE.
- For example, a .75 FTE will receive 7.5 hours of holiday pay and a .8 FTE will receive 8 hours of holiday pay.
- 5/8 Schedule: Eligible non-exempt employees who do not work a 4/10 schedule during summer are responsible for working the remaining 30 hours during the non-holiday days of the week.
- For example, an employee who works 5/8 during summer will receive 10 hours of pay on the day of the holiday. The remaining days in the week should total no more than 30 hours to avoid overtime pay.
- Day Off on Holiday: An eligible non-exempt employee whose regular day off falls on a day of holiday observance may either, at the option of the employee’s department, be 1) given an alternative day off during the same calendar week with pay, or 2) paid an additional amount equivalent to their pay for a regularly scheduled work day.
- Required Work on Holiday: Eligible non-exempt employees regularly scheduled or required to work on a designated holiday shall be paid for all hours actually worked at one and one-half times the employee’s regular hourly rate of pay, in addition to holiday pay.
The Maricopa County Community College District is an EEO/AA institution and an equal opportunity employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Instructions on how to assign work schedules can be found here. Please let us know if you have any questions.
-Phoenix College HR Team
When updating a time sheet for absences:
- Exempt/salaried employees only need to report exception time using absence management, no Regular earnings - DO NOT “Apply Schedule” in your timesheet
- DO NOT enter "worked" hours in any future pay periods, only for the current pay period (absences are OK)
- Non-exempt employees enter worked hours and absence requests for the entire pay period
- Temporary punch/web clock employees (Temporary, Students & Work Study) keep punching in/out as worked time
For Supervisors, this includes:
- Entering worked time/schedule, worked hours or leave usage for employees who missed the deadline
- Approve all worked hours and leave usage for employees
- Fluid: Manager Self Service>Approvals (tile)
***After ALL deadlines have passed, you will NOT be able to make ANY changes to Time and Labor for the pay period above. Please contact your Payroll Specialist with any changes/corrections***
Please remember to correct all missing and exceptions
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