The occasional extra time is one thing, but constant is over the top. If you give us comp-time, give us time to use it, and also don't limit how much we can accrue and use during the year
If memory serves me correctly, I think in the U.S. the federal gov limits that to a maximum of 120 hours accumulated, reasoning that more time than that is deferring income to a time of a lower income, thus potentially placing an individual in a lower tax bracket.
At one time I worked for a company, that did not pay salaried employees over time unless they worked more than 40 hrs OT in a given month, in which case hours over 40 up to 80 were compensated at 90 percent of the annual salary divided by 2000, over 80 to 120 compensation was at 80 percent of the annual salary divided by 2000.
If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.
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