Human resources

Trustees' Handbook For Managers

4.8 Work Load and Schedule

The normal work week for a member of management is 40 hours consisting of five eight-hour days. However, due to the nature of an manager 's responsibilities, it is not possible to define a work week, recognizing that each week will develop a different pattern demanding evening hours and weekends from time to time. The 40-hour work week should be considered the minimum standard for all managers.

Each manager is expected to keep hours which will, when considered in the aggregate, reflect his or her concern for the diligent performance of the special needs of the job and which will relate favorably to support staff employees who are assigned more rigid hours.