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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter APart 553


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS

PART 553—APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT TO EMPLOYEES OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

Introduction

§553.1
Definitions.
§553.2
Purpose and scope.
§553.3
Coverage—general.

Section 3(e)(2)(C)—Exclusions

§553.10
General.
§553.11
Exclusion for elected officials and their appointees.
§553.12
Exclusion for employees of legislative branches.

Section 7(o)—Compensatory Time and Compensatory Time Off

§553.20
Introduction.
§553.21
Statutory provisions.
§553.22
“FLSA compensatory time” and “FLSA compensatory time off”.
§553.23
Agreement or understanding prior to performance of work.
§553.24
“Public safety”, “emergency response”, and “seasonal” activities.
§553.25
Conditions for use of compensatory time (“reasonable period”, “unduly disrupt”).
§553.26
Cash overtime payments.
§553.27
Payments for unused compensatory time.
§553.28
Other compensatory time.

Other Exemptions

§553.30
Occasional or sporadic employment-section 7(p)(2).
§553.31
Substitution—section 7(p)(3).
§553.32
Other FLSA exemptions.

Recordkeeping

§553.50
Records to be kept of compensatory time.
§553.51
Records to be kept for employees paid pursuant to section 7(k).
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Subpart B—VOLUNTEERS

§553.100
General.
§553.101
“Volunteer” defined.
§553.102
Employment by the same public agency.
§553.103
“Same type of services” defined.
§553.104
Private individuals who volunteer services to public agencies.
§553.105
Mutual aid agreements.
§553.106
Payment of expenses, benefits, or fees.
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Subpart C—FIRE PROTECTION AND LAW ENFORCEMENT EMPLOYEES OF PUBLIC AGENCIES

General Principles

§553.200
Statutory provisions: section 13(b)(20).
§553.201
Statutory provisions: section 7(k).
§553.202
Limitations.

Exemption Requirements

§553.210
Fire protection activities.
§553.211
Law enforcement activities.
§553.212
Twenty percent limitation on nonexempt work.
§553.213
Public agency employees engaged in both fire protection and law enforcement activities.
§553.214
Trainees.
§553.215
[Reserved]
§553.216
Other exemptions.

Tour of Duty and Compensable Hours of Work Rules

§553.220
“Tour of duty” defined.
§553.221
Compensable hours of work.
§553.222
Sleep time.
§553.223
Meal time.
§553.224
“Work period” defined.
§553.225
Early relief.
§553.226
Training time.
§553.227
Outside employment.

Overtime Compensation Rules

§553.230
Maximum hours standards for work periods of 7 to 28 days—section 7(k).
§553.231
Compensatory time off.
§553.232
Overtime pay requirements.
§553.233
“Regular rate” defined.


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