II. PAY AND HOURS OF SERVICE

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A. CENTRAL LEVEL MEMBER EMPLOYEES
The Human Resources Committee with the approval of the Board of Directors shall set all stipend and wage rates for Central Level Member employees. Member Employees who are working more than five hours per week shall be compensated for their time, not their skill.

1. Persons in these positions who do not live in a room and board house shall be given the cash equivalent of room and board and the cash equivalent of workshift hours over their workshift requirement, less rent owed. All compensation for Central Level workshifts are paid within the semester.

B. A member shall not be compensated if that member has outstanding debts incurred as a result of failure to pay outstanding debts owed to the BSC. Exceptions may be made by the Executive Director under circumstances deemed appropriate.

C. WORKSHIFT RATE
The Workshift Rate will be determined by the Board of Directors.

D. NOTICE OF HOURS OWED BY MEMBER EMPLOYEES
At the beginning of each semester each Member Employee must be given a notice of hours owed and his/her compensation.

E. MADE UP HOURS Direct supervisors may require hours to be made up if the employee has not worked the minimum number of hours for which the position is compensated. The Direct Supervisor may adjust compensation if on-call workers are hired or work is incomplete. The decision of a Manager the Direct Supervisor may be appealed to Personnel Appeals Committee.

F. MEMBER-POSITION ELIGIBILITY FOR MULTIPLE POSITIONS (revised 12/10/09) A member may have only one house level or central-level compensated position at one time unless hours per week total 20 hours or less, there are no other qualified applicants, and approval is obtained from the committee composed of the VPIA, Operations Manager, and Member Advocate. Compensated positions of 5 hours or less are exempt from this provision.

G. MEMBER EMPLOYEE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS (Passed 12/11/08)
Individuals must meet Administrative Code Section IA guidelines in order to hold a room-and-board compensated employee position within the BSC in order to allow students to have the opportunity to hold compensated positions that give them greater opportunity for affordability.

[Updated 04/25/13, 04/12/12]