Work Out of Classification. (a) When an employee is assigned for a limited period to perform the duties of a position at a higher level classification for more than ten (10) consecutive calendar days (or the equivalent thereof for alternate or flexible schedules), the employee shall be paid five percent (5%) above the employee’s base rate of pay or the first step of the higher salary range, whichever is greater. When assignments are made to work out-of-classification for more than ten (10) consecutive calendar days (or the equivalent thereof for alternate or flexible schedules), the employee shall be compensated for all hours worked beginning from the first day of the assignment for the full period of the assignment. When an employee is assigned to work out-of- classification pending approval of a reclassification upward, the employee will be paid at the next higher rate of pay or first step of the higher salary range, whichever is greater. Agencies may provide an additional five percent (5%) differential if the work out-of-class would not result in additional compensation for the employee. Agencies must document the reasons for the exception.
Work Out of Classification a. When an employee is temporarily required to work in a supervisory role for a minimum of forty (40) consecutive hours, the employee will be paid at not less than the minimum rate established for the higher classification, or at one (1) step above their current rate of pay, whichever is greater, for each day so worked. Generally, employees required to assume supervisory responsibilities will be assigned such responsibilities for at least forty (40) consecutive hours, however the Department Manager may authorize less hours depending on the specific situation. When an employee is temporarily required to work in a classification that is not a supervisory role but is higher than their regular classification and performs such work for four (4) hours or more in any one day, the employee will be paid as set forth in section 4 herein. A driver who performs Class A driving work in a higher classification for four (4) hours or more on any one day will receive a 5% increase to his or her hourly wage.
Work Out of Classification. An employee may be required by his or her supervisor or manager to perform duties inconsistent with those assigned to that employee’s classification. When such employee is assigned the duties of a classification in a higher range for a period of more than five (5) work days within a 30 day calendar period, the employee’s salary shall be adjusted as provided in Section l(f) of this Article for the entire period the employee is required to work out of classification.
Work Out of Classification. An employee who works in a higher classification for longer than five (5) consecutive work days shall receive a temporary salary augmentation during the remainder of the time the employee works out-of-class. The augmentation will be at least two (2) steps but no less than the base rate of the higher classification. Any overtime worked during this period shall be compensated by including the augmentation.
Work Out of Classification. When an employee is required to assume the full responsibilities of a classification which has a salary midpoint that is more than five cents higher than the midpoint of the current class for at least four (4) consecutive hours, he/she shall be compensated at the rate for the higher paid classification for that period.
Work Out of Classification. An employee shall be eligible for work-out-of-classification (WOOC) pay when qualified and assigned to perform substantially all the duties of a position in a higher classification for one (1) full duty shift or more – eight (8), nine (9) or ten (10) hours – as applicable. Such assignments must be approved by the Division/Department head or his/her designee. WOOC assignments may be made only to a vacant position (or one which is temporarily vacant by virtue of the absence of the incumbent due to leave or training) or for special assignment.
Work Out of Classification. The Union and the City agree that from time to time it may be necessary for an employee of a lower classification to “Act up” to a higher grade including “Acting Captain”. It is recognized by both parties that this is a temporary appointment and in no way, will it be used as a permanent assignment in lieu of promotions. Temporary work assignments assigned by the Fire Chief to an established position of higher grade shall be compensated as follows: Employees who are appropriately directed and who temporarily accept the responsibilities of a position/classification outside the employee’s pay grade in a pay grade that has an hourly rate higher than their own, shall be paid a differential equal to ten percent (10%) of the employee’s regular hourly rate for the time worked in the higher position when the higher position includes supervisory responsibilities. If the position does not include supervisory duties, the differential will be five percent (5%). This Section shall not apply to employees who request and are granted the opportunity to train and improve their effectiveness at a higher classification. Forty (40) hour work week employees assigned temporarily to a twenty-four (24) hour position shall be compensated at the corresponding twenty-four (24) hour shift wage for the duration of the assignment. This procedure will only occur if no employee in that particular classification is available on a normal callback as defined in Section 24.6.