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Adopted: 1/26/99

DEFINITIONS

Within this policy:

1.An employee's "work location" or place of business means the office, or location, at which the employee most frequently performs the responsibilities of the employee's position.

2."duty point" means any location apart from the employee's work location to which the employee travels in order to perform the employee's job reponsibilities.

See Gov't Code 660.002

CONDUCTING BUSINESS ON SCHOOL CAMPUS

A TSBVI employee shall conduct school business only at the TSBVI campus, or assigned duty point, unless the employee is on travel status, or has receied prior written authorization from the Superintendent, or his/her designee.

See 1997 General Appropriations Act, Article IX, Section 8(3)

CONDUCTING BUSINESS AT ALTERNATE LOCATIONS

The Superintendent may authorize employees to conduct business at locations other than the TSBVI campus, or an assigned duty point, when performing the work at an alternate location:

1.Results in a measurable benefit to TSBVI which would not otherwise accrue if the employee were not allowed to work in the alternate work location; or the work to be performed is more efficiently performed at an alternate work location; and

2.Does not result in additional risk to the School, a decrease in employee efficiency, or an unacceptable decrease of services to other School employees, students, or other persons served by the employee.

PERSONAL RESIDENCE AS REGULAR PLACE OF BUSINESS, OR DUTY POINT

Except with the written authorization of the Superintendent, an employee's personal residence shall not be deemed to be that employee's work location, or duty point, for any part of the employee's regularly scheduled work hours.

See 1997 General Appropriations Act, Article IX, Section 8(3)

PROHIBITION AGAINST ACCRUAL OF STATE COMPENSATORY TIME AND FLSA OVERTIME

No employee, whether or not subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), shall accrue state compensatory time, or be authorized to accrue FLSA overtime for work conducted at any location other than the TSBVI campus, or assigned duty point.

In no event shall any employee accrue state compensatory time for work performed at the employee's personal residence.

See 1997 General Appropriations Act, Article IX, Section 2(6)(d)

PROCEDURES

The Superintendent shall adopt written procedures for determining when an employee will be approved to work at a location besides the TSBVI campus.

Adopted: 1/26/99