SUNDOG TIME (not your typical full time job)
You will never get to the end of you working career and wish you had worked more and here at Sundog it is our mission to strive for a proper balance between using our gifts to serve and to have time to invest in our faith, family and health.
- Salaried Position
- Paid Monthly
- 32 hours per week on average
- Try never to go over 40 hours per week. We recognize that occasionally something will come up that may require some extra effort; so if it does simply take some extra time off the following week.
- Flexible time. However we prefer the majority of our work hours to be completed during the Alaska business hours of 9-5
- It is fine to make up some time over the weekend. We prefer that you take Sundays off and our policy is no client communications nor work on Sunday unless there’s an emergency – after all everyone needs a day of rest.
- Take that long lunch, enjoy a workout with a friend or be there when your child comes home from school or if you need to sleep in, by all means do it while upholding your 32 hour weekly commitment.
- Take a nap, nothing better than a half hour nap in the afternoon sunshine – try it you will be amazed how much you get done afterward.
- Priority is serving customers and the Sundog team.
- 4 day work weeks are allowed – sometimes it is nice to have a 3 day weekend after all. Just be sure and work out the schedule with the rest of the team in advance so that they can cover the day you are off. We do prefer that in general you spread your 32 hours out M-F to better serve our customers and each other.
Overtime is any time worked in excess of 40 hours in a work week or more than 8 hours in a day. As a rule, overtime is highly discouraged. We encourage our team to value SUNDOG TIME (defined above) and to work less than 8 hours a day/40 hours a week. We prefer our team members don’t work overtime nor on Sundays, unless there is an emergency.
To encourage you to enjoy your SUNDOG TIME, we do not pay overtime to employees who are exempt from the requirement to pay overtime (which includes computer programmers) under the Alaska Wage and Hour Act. http://labor.alaska.gov/lss/whact.htm If you’re not a exempt from the overtime pay, overtime may be approved only for dealing with an emergency, like a down website or something of that nature. Only management may authorize overtime. Overtime, for non-exempt employees will be paid at one and one‐half times (1½) the employeeʹs straight time rate in the pay period following the period in which it is earned. Any Overtime Hours must be noted in a Payroll/Accounting Basecamp message to ensure you receive overtime pay in your monthly paycheck.