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PDFWAC 388-114-0070

May an individual provider work more than his or her permanent work week limit?

An individual provider with a permanent work week limit of:
(1) Forty service hours per week may only exceed the permanent work week limit as described in WAC 388-114-0080;
(2) More than forty service hours has flexibility to work more than his or her permanent work week limit in a given week if: 
(a) Requested by the client to meet a specific need;
(b) Doing so would not exceed the client's monthly authorized hours;
(c) The total number of service hours worked over forty for each work week in a calendar month does not exceed the amount of overtime the individual provider would receive if he or she worked his or her permanent work week limit every week of the calendar month; and
(d) The use of more service hours in a given week will not result in a client going without essential care in other weeks of the month.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.08.090, 74.09.520, 74.39A.270, and 2016 1st sp.s. c 30. WSR 17-08-065, § 388-114-0070, filed 3/31/17, effective 5/1/17.]
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