Student Employment :
Time Cards, Pay Schedules and Breaks
time card• Once you have been hired for a position on campus, you will need to setup an online time card (OATS) with your supervisor by utilizing the following link:
OATS Time Cards

• A pdf tutorial on time cards has been made available. TimeCard Tutorial

• You will need to use your Westmont email and password to access the system.
• Hours worked should be logged in to your timecard- daily. At the end of the payperiod (every 2 weeks) you will need to print off your time card, sign it and take it to your supervisor for signature as well. Be sure to be accurate in the posting of your hours. A payschedule has been made available to you which lists time card due dates. Please make every effort to turn your time card in regularly. Do Not 'save' timecards for the end of the semester. If you can not make the time card deadline- it is best to turn it in late than to wait until the next pay period.
2014-15 Pay Schedule

• You may not submit a time card PRIOR to completion of the work authorization process. Failure to do so can result in a delay in paying student wages.

Breaks and Meal Periods
break• You are entitled to breaks and meal periods as a student employee- if the hours worked mandate it. Refer to the charts below for further explanation.

Meal Breaks
Work Period < 5 hours > 5 hours + 6 hrs + 10 hrs. but less than 12 +12 hrs.
30 min. meal break REQ"D NO Yes, but can be waived YES Yes, during first 6 hrs. and econd break can be waived Yes, one during each 6 hr. period
• With approval from your supervisor, student employees who work more than 5 hours but less than 6 hours per day may voluntarily waive the lunch period in writing by completing the Meal Waiver form below and submitting it with their timecard. Meal Waiver Form
Rest Periods
Work Period < 3.5 hrs. 3.5-6 hrs. 6-10 hrs. 10-14 hrs. +14 hrs.
30 min. meal break req'd NO 1 2 3 4
• Under no circumstances as prohibited by law and College policy are student employees allowed to skip meal periods and breaks in order to leave early. It is critical that student employees comply with state wage and hour regulations.

over time• Students who get paid an hourly wage are eligible for overtime pay if they work in excess of 8 hours per day and/or 40 consecutive hours during the week. Overtime pay is one and a half times the regular hourly rate and must be approved in advance of working.

• Students workers are NOT eligible for paid holidays during the school year. In order to be eligible for summer holiday pay, a student employee must meet ALL the following criteria:
** Be scheduled to and actually work a minimum of 32 hours per week
for a minimum of 12 weeks over the period of May- August.
**Be normally scheduled to work on the day which is designated as a holiday and have recorded holiday hours on that time card.