M - D.C.33
A - D.C.33 Supervisory
I - D.C.33 Correctional Classes
G - D.C.33 School Crossing Guards
J - D.C.47 Local 2187
H - D.C.47 Local 2186
N - Non-Represented
S - Part-Time, Non-Union
P - Police
B - Deputy Sheriff Classes
F - Firefighters
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Codes
1N - Covered
2A - Exempt, Administrative
2E - Exempt, Executive
2G - Excluded
2P - Exempt, Professional
2S - Exempt, Seasonal
City of Philadelphia FLSA Policy
It is City policy to comply with the salary basis requirements of the FLSA. Therefore, we prohibit all managers from making any improper deductions from the salaries of exempt employees for time not worked. We want employees to be aware of this policy and that the City does not allow deductions that violate the FLSA.
Employees of the City of Philadelphia classified as Exempt from the overtime provisions of the FLSA may have their pay reduced for absences for personal reasons or because of illness or injury of less than one work-day when accrued leave is not used by an employee only if:
1. Permission for use of the accrued leave has not been sought or has been sought and denied; or
2. Accrued leave has been exhausted; or
3. The employee chooses to use leave without pay.
What To Do If An Improper Deduction Occurs
If you believe that an improper deduction has been made to your salary for time not worked, you should immediately report this information to your direct supervisor, or to your department’s human resources manager.
Reports of improper deductions will be promptly investigated. If it is determined that an improper deduction has occurred, you will be promptly reimbursed for any improper deduction made.