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What is administratively uncontrollable overtime?

What is administratively uncontrollable overtime?

8.2 What is administratively uncontrollable overtime (AUO)? AUO is one of a number of pay options available to management for accomplishing work. AUO is a type of premium pay that is paid on an annual basis as a flat rate to an employee to ensure his/her availability for unscheduled duty beyond the 40-hour workweek.

How much is AUO pay?

AUO pay is compensation for all irregular overtime hours (i.e., overtime hours that are not regularly scheduled) and may not exceed 25 percent of an employee’s rate of basic pay. (See 5 U.S.C. 5545(c)(2) and 5 CFR 550.151–164.)

Does AUO count towards high 3?

Your High-3 includes Administratively Uncontrollable Overtime (AUO) and Law Enforcement Availability Pay (LEAP) [up to the 25% level] and “locality-based comparability payments” (i.e. locality pay).

What is an excludable day?

“Excludable day” is any day on which an SA took more than 4 hours of approved leave, received more than 4 hours of training, was on official travel status for more than 4 hours, did not work due to an official Federal holiday or was excused from work for job relocation purposes.

How is AUO calculated?

Under OPM regulations, the rate of AUO pay which is authorized for a position is based on the average number of hours of irregular or occasional overtime work performed per week.

What is a 7k schedule?

Section 7(k) of the FLSA provides that employees engaged in fire protection or law enforcement may be paid overtime on a “work period” basis. A “work period” may be from 7 consecutive days to 28 consecutive days in length.

What does MRA +10 mean?

Minimum Retirement Age
What is a Minimum Retirement Age (MRA) plus 10 annuity under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)? Answer. This is a provision that allows you to retire with benefits beginning immediately if you have ten years of service and have reached the Minimum Retirement Age (at least 55).

How is the high 3 calculator for FERS?

FERS annuities are based on high-3 average pay. Generally, the benefit is calculated as 1 percent of high-3 average pay multiplied by years of creditable service. For those retiring at age 62 or later with at least 20 years of service, a factor of 1.1 percent is used rather than 1 percent.

Are deportation officers FLSA exempt?

The Deportation Officer position was determined by the agency to be nonexempt from the FLSA.

Is Leap included in FERS retirement?

No, LEAP is not included. OPM recognizes that there are additional payments that are considered to be basic pay for certain purposes, including law enforcement availability pay under 5 U.S.C.

What is double back pay?

Under the FLSA, liquidated damages are an amount equal to the pay employees should have received. In other words, employees can recover double “back pay” damages for unpaid overtime. Employers can only avoid double damages for unpaid overtime if they can show two things.