FlexTime Work Schedules
Based on the operational needs of the department, FlexTime schedules provide an alternative to a traditional work schedule while promoting a balance between work and personal life for staff members. Some examples include compressed work week, fixed FlexTime work schedule, and reduced work hours.
FlexTime Work Schedules for Managerial, Professional, and Excluded Staff Members
Under a FlexTime work schedule, an employee may submit a request to plan work around personal obligations while keeping a standard number of core hours. If you are considering such a proposal, contact Employee Services to determine the impact on salary, retirement contributions, and benefits costs. Keep in mind that FlexTime schedules may not be appropriate for all situations.
- “Thinking it Through” FlexTime planning guide
- Frequently asked questions for managers
- Frequently asked questions for employees
FlexTime Work Schedules for Union Represented Staff
There are no work schedule flexibility provisions for Service and Maintenance staff (represented by Local 35), Yale Police officers (represented by YPBA), Security officers (represented by YUSOA), and Cedarhurst teachers (represented by by Cedarhurst Professional Staff Chapter) given the nature of their work.
Local 34 (C&T) staff members
The Local 34 contract language for FlexTime work arangements addresses flexible work schedules for Clerical and Technical staff members represented by UNITE-HERE Local 34.
To learn more about provisions for represented staff members please visit the Union-Management Relations website.