Call-Out/Standby Pay Sample Clauses

Call-Out/Standby Pay. Employees who are called out to perform work shall receive a minimum of two (2) hours pay or actual hours worked. Employees who are placed in "standby status" on their normal day or days off will receive one (1) hour pay whether called out or not. On Saturdays and Sundays, ''standby status" will be a minimum of two (2) hours pay whether called out or not. Any employee who received a call-out and reports to work will receive minimum call out pay.ARTICLE 20 - WAGES AND LONGEVITY Section 1. Wages Wage increases, if any, for fiscal year 2020-2021 and beyond will be subject to collective bargaining between the City and the Union. Section 2. Change in Pay on Promotion, Permanent Transfer or Demotion When an employee is promoted or permanently transferred or demoted, they shall be paid at the next highest rate for the job to the rate they were making in the job they formerly held without regard to their pay longevity. In the case of disciplinary demotion, the employee will be paid the rate for the new job consistent with their pay longevity. In either event, the employee's City seniority for the purpose of calculating the right to other benefits shall not be affected. Section 3. Pay for Required State Licenses When an employee is required by the City to obtain a state license and is assigned to work in a capacity requiring such license, they shall be paid an additional Two hundred Dollars ($200.00) per year, per license, or a proportionate amount, if their assignment is less than a year. The payment will be made the first pay period following the employee's anniversary date of their permanent assignment. The City shall determine the number, if any, of other employees it wishes to hold such state certification as backup. Employees obtaining such certification with prior City approval will receive the same annual pay as a permanently assigned water treatment or wastewater treatment operator. Except in the case of any employee previously receiving extra compensation for different classes of a license, effective with this Agreement, different classes of a license shall be treated as a single license for compensation purposes.ARTICLE 21 - PREVAILING RIGHTS Section 1. General There shall be no benefits implied or otherwise accruing to the benefit of the bargaining unit or members thereof, except benefits as herein expressly provided. Section 2. Damaged Personal Equipment Any employee who, during the course of their employment shall incur any damage to their clothing or...
Call-Out/Standby Pay. Employees who are called out to perform work shall receive a minimum of two (2) hours pay or actual hours worked. Employees who are placed in “standby status” on their normal day or days off will receive one (1) hour pay whether called out or not. On Saturdays and Sundays, “standby status” will be a minimum of two (2) hours pay whether called out or not. Any employee who received a call-out and reports to work will receive minimum call out pay.ARTICLE XXI - WAGES AND LONGEVITYSection 1 Wage ScaleCurrent Employees are grandfathered and shall be paid in accordance with the rates set forth in the City of Avon Park Wage Scale. Compensation Table for new employees and those promoted to higher class is attached.Section 2 Change in Pay on Promotion, Permanent Transfer or DemotionWhen an employee is promoted or permanently transferred or demoted, he shall be paid at the next highest rate for the job to the rate he was making in the job he formerly held without regard to his pay longevity. In the case of disciplinary demotion, the employee will be paid the rate for the new job consistent with his pay longevity. In either event, the employee’s City seniority for the purpose of calculating the right to other benefits shall not be affected.Section 3 Pay for Required State LicensesWhen an employee is required by the City to obtain a state license and is assigned to work in a capacity requiring such license they shall be paid an additional Two hundred Dollars ($200.00) per year, per license, or a proportionate amount, if their assignment is less than a year. The payment will be made the first pay period following the employee’s anniversary date of their permanent assignment. The City shall determine the number, if any, of other employees it wishes to hold such state certification as backup. Employees obtaining such certification with prior City approval will receive the same annual pay as a permanently assigned water treatment or waste water treatment operator. Except in the case of any employee previously receiving extra compensation for different classes of a license, effective with this Agreement, different classes of a license shall be treated as a single license for compensation purposes.