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Understanding the FLSA

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT (FLSA) 2020 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) & Answers Understanding FLSA Exempt vs. FLSA Non-Exempt Training for Supervisors and Managers  Payroll Leave Codes FLSA link for payroll questions: Payroll FAQ’s, including FLSA information Overtime Election Forms: Payroll Forms Direct Hire Forms Employment Forms Leave payouts and FLSA Information: Leave Payout at Separation/Retirement At Employment Ending


What is Longevity? Longevity increases are given to employees who meet these requirements: State service for eight years or more At the maximum of their current salary range for at least 1 year Are not a Schedule AB, IN or TL employee Successful performance evaluation rating for the prior 12-month period An eligible employee will receive a 2.75% increase upon eligibility and every three years as they remain eligible. For further questions, please refer to R477-6-4


As a resource to all employees the following policies are available: DHRM Rules Employee Guide to Finance Policy and Procedure Equal Employment Opportunity Plan Furlough FAQs Social Media Guidelines for Employees Medical Cannabis Act Forms Acceptance of Cannabis Duties – Current Employee Conditional Job Offer Form Employment Related Executive Orders Prohibiting Unlawful Workplace Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation and Ordering a Mandatory Supervisor Training Program Establishing a Revised Policy for Legislative Communications of Executive Branch Departments and ...

Other Useful Policy Resources

Utah Division of Human Resource Management is governed by Utah State Code as well as Administrative Rules.  To find out more visit the links below: Utah Code Utah Department of Administrative Services

Employee Guide to Finance Policy and Procedures

Can I Adjust my Work Schedule to Fit my Needs? Employee’s work schedules are set by supervisors or managers. Any changes to meet employee’s or employer’s needs need to be approved by supervisors or managers prior to becoming effective. Supervisors or managers may approve a flexible starting and ending time for an employee as long as scheduling is consistent with the overtime provisions. Employees are entitled to a 15 minute compensated break period for every four hours worked. Break periods may not be accumulated to accommodate a shorter work day or a longer lunch ...

Social Media Guidelines for Employees

The information below was written by the Division of Technology Services and can be accessed from their web site DTS Utah Technical Standards and Architecture. View the online version of the State of Utah Social Media Guidelines, 4300-0029. Introduction Social media is content created by people using highly accessible Internet based publishing technologies. Social media software tools allow groups to generate content and engage in peer-to-peer conversations and exchange of content (examples are Blogger, Twitter, Wikispaces, YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, etc.) The decision to utilize social ...

Division of Human Resource Management Rules

DHRM Rules are typically updated on July 1st but changes can occur at any time. Current Rules: 2022 DHRM Rules Visit the State Rules Site: Office of Administrative Rules Website  For historical DHRM Rules, please contact the Labor Relations Team: Bryan Embley Tim Evans Appendices: Annual, Holiday, and Sick Leave Accrual Table Veterans Preference Calculation Employment Discrimination Protection State of Utah Equal Employment Opportunity Plan Employee Benefits During Leave of Absence Public Information Concerning Current or Former State

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