Flexible Flexible and agile in practices, process, and guidelines to recognise and reward performance;
Flexible Spending Account The parties agree that the State shall have the right to use State Employee Health Plan funds to cover the administrative costs of operating the medical and dependent care flexible spending account programs.
Flexible Spending Accounts Employees in the unit shall have access to the County’s flexible spending account program, which provides employees with the options of dependent care assistance benefits with a calendar year maximum of $5,000, and medical expense reimbursement benefits with a calendar year maximum of $2,400. The County shall maintain this plan in compliance with IRC §125. Employee premiums for flexible spending account benefits shall be deducted on a pre-tax basis from employee pay.
Dental specific medications for dental purposes, including fluoride medications (except for children less than five years of age with a non-fluorinated water supply);
Salaried Employees 1. Employees in this unit who qualify for exemption from the FLSA overtime provisions based upon duties and who are assigned to a class or pay grade, if the class has multiple pay grades, with a top step regular biweekly rate, without bonuses, above the top step regular biweekly rate for the class of Shift Superintendent Wastewater Treatment I shall be treated as salaried employees, in accordance with the provisions of the FLSA as identified in Los Angeles Administrative Code section 4.113(b). Salaried employees may be assigned 5/40, 4/10, 9/80 or other schedules at the discretion of Management. Notwithstanding any LAAC and MOU provisions, or other City department rules and regulations to the contrary, these employees shall not be required to record specific hours of work for compensation purposes, although hours may be recorded for other purposes. These employees will be paid the predetermined salary for each biweekly pay period, as indicated in the appropriate salary appendices, and shall not receive overtime compensation. Salaried employees shall not be subject to deductions from salary or any leave banks for absence from work for less than a full workday. This provision applies to occasional partial day absences from work which is authorized by the appropriate supervisor designated by management. This provision does not apply to long-term or recurring partial day absences (e.g., intermittent leave/reduced work schedule for purposes of Family/Medical Leave). Salaried employees shall not be subject to disciplinary suspension for a period of less than a workweek (seven days; half of the biweekly pay) unless based on violations of a safety rule of major significance. This requirement shall be superseded by the revised Department of Labor FLSA regulations pertaining to disciplinary suspensions of FLSA-exempt employees on the operative date of the FLSA regulations. The appointing authority of each City department may grant time off for hours worked due to unusual situations.
Flexible Working Hours The Employer will, where operational requirements and efficiency of the service permit, authorize experiments with flexible working hours if the Employer is satisfied that an adequate number of Employees have requested and wish to participate in such an experiment.
Flexible Benefits Plan A flexible benefits plan, which is in accordance with Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, was implemented for eligible employees covered by this Agreement on October 1, 1990.
Vision The University shall make available vision insurance to the staff members covered by this agreement to the same extent and in the same manner as is available to other University staff members, such as Faculty and the Executive, Administrative and Professional Staff members. It is the University's goal to have the same vision insurance plan(s) offered uniformly to all University staff member groups and staff members.
Flexible Spending Plan As of the Employment Commencement Date, the Seller shall transfer, or use commercially reasonable efforts to cause to be transferred, from the Employee Plans that are medical and dependent care account plans (each, a “Seller FSA Plan”) to one or more medical and dependent care account plans established or designated by Buyer (collectively, the “Buyer FSA Plan”) the account balances (positive or negative) of Transferred Employees, and Buyer shall be responsible for the obligations of the Seller FSA Plans to provide benefits to the Transferred Employees with respect to such transferred account balances at or after the Employment Commencement Date (whether or not such claims are incurred prior to, on or after such date). Each Transferred Employee shall be permitted to continue to have payroll deductions made as most recently elected by him or her under the applicable Seller FSA Plan. As soon as reasonably practicable following the end of the plan year for the Buyer FSA Plan, including any grace period, Buyer shall promptly reimburse Seller for benefits paid by the Seller FSA Plans to any Transferred Employee prior to the Employment Commencement Date to the extent in excess of the payroll deductions made in respect of such Transferred Employee at or prior to the Employment Commencement Date but only to the extent that such Transferred Employee continues to contribute to the Buyer FSA Plan the amount of such deficiency. This Section 8.07 shall be interpreted and administered in a manner consistent with Rev. Rul. 2002-32.
Overtime Equalization The assignment of overtime shall be reasonably equalized within classifications. The normal maximum hours officers will be scheduled is (15) fifteen hours. Upon field training competition, probationary officers will begin their total overtime hours on the overtime equalization chart at the average of all members within the officer classification. An overtime equalization chart shall be maintained within the department. The chart shall list all overtime offers and each officer’s declined and accepted hours for each particular offer. Each time an officer is offered overtime, the number of overtime hours worked, or the number of hours declined, will be credited to officer’s chart. The overtime equalization chart shall be posted monthly.