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Telecommuting often increases your productivity and that of your work unit so the university allows it in certain circumstances. It's voluntary, but your supervisor must determine whether it's an appropriate arrangement for you and your position.

Your Responsibilities

If you want to telecommute:


Your department will maintain all your time records using your time reports and anything else you submit.

Under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, if you're a non-exempt employee you'll be compensated for overtime that has been approved by your supervisor. But you won't receive state (equivalent) compensatory time for working at your home. Texas Government Code, Chapter 659, allows a state employee to earn state compensatory time only when your work at your regular place of employment or an assigned duty point. This can't be your home.