Employees who. 🞟 report for work and are sent home before engaging in work; or 🞟 are instructed by a supervisor not to report for work, shall be paid 2 hours reporting pay in accordance with the following:
Employees who. Retire at Age 65 or Older. Full-time employees who retire at age 65 or older with fifteen (15) full-time equivalent continuous year of service to the District shall receive up to Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000.00) annually towards a Medicare supplement or cash option, for seven (7) years. The cash option shall be treated as taxable income to the retiring employee. The requirement for fifteen (15) full-time equivalent continuous years of service to the District shall apply to all full-time administrative assistants hired after July 1, 2008. Employees must remain at the monthly benefit an eligibility duration level at which they retire; i.e., no “escalator” clause following retirement of the employee in question. The District shall maintain life insurance at the normal reduction rate until age sixty-seven (67) and twenty-five percent (25%) of coverage is reached.
Employees who. Must Be Tested UPS employees subject to Department of Transportation mandated alcohol testing are drivers of vehicles with a vehicle weight rating over 26,000 pounds, requiring a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). This includes mechanics and employees who relieve for vacations or other temporary vacancies. Any employee who drives a tractor-trailer and is on the qualified feeder driver list is also subject to DOT mandated testing as provided in this Agreement. Section 4.2 Testing Because of the consequences that a positive test result has on an employee, UPS will employ a very accurate, two-stage testing program. Breath samples will be collected by a Breath Alcohol Technician (BAC), who has been trained in the use of the Evidential Breath Testing (EBT) device, in a course equivalent to the DOT’s model course. All samples will be tested according to DOT alcohol testing requirements. In the event that breath testing is not possible in such cases as reasonable cause, or post accident, the Employer has the right to use alternative DOT approved methods. Section 4.3 Screening Test The initial screening test uses an Evidential Breath Testing (EBT) device to determine levels of alcohol. The following initial cutoff levels shall be used when screening specimens to determine whether they are negative for alcohol. The EBT must also be capable of distinguishing alcohol from acetone at the .02 concentration level, test an air blank, and perform an external calibration check. Breath Alcohol Levels: Less than 0.02 – Negative TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
Employees who. (1) leave the service of their own accord; or, (2) are dismissed for cause and not reinstated with their former seniority standing within two years of the date of such dismissal; will, if subsequently returned to the service, be required to again qualify for vacation with pay as provided in paragraph 14.1.