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Posted on December 21, 2020

“Comp Time” is a popular practice among some nonprofit employers.  An employee who works extra hours gets paid time off instead of overtime pay.  In this episode of the PBPA podcast, Marquetta Bryan speaks to us about the practices of “comp time” as well as “flex time.”  If your nonprofit provides comp time options to employees, either regularly or just occasionally, then you definitely need to listen to this episode with important information about the use of comp time by nonprofits in Georgia.

Listen to the podcast here

Episode 10 Transcript – Is Comp Time a Legal Practice in Georgia