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Memorandum of Agreement Regarding Overtime for Distribution Workers

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

BETWEEN

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES,

DISTRICT COUNCIL 5, LOCAL NO. 844 (AFSCME)

REGARDING OVERTIME FOR DISTRIBUTION WORKERS

1.  OVERTIME

 

A.  Overtime Hours.

All hours worked in excess of eight (8) hours per day or forty (40) hours per week, outside of the established work day, before or after an employee’s regular scheduled shift, shall be considered overtime.

B.  Overtime Rates. All overtime hours shall be compensated at the rate of time and one-half (1½).

C.Seniority Assignment. Additional hours that become available will first be offered in seniority order. All over time work that becomes available at 1930 Como Avenue, must be done in seniority order. This does not include assignments required to meet the need of an unexpected event at sites away from 1930 Como Avenue. Unexpected events are defined as less than two hours of the normally scheduled work day remaining. When there is an unexpected event, the supervisor shall not be required to interrupt work in progress at all locations except 1930 Como Avenue. Overtime for an unexpected event at a location other than 1930 Como Avenue will be offered to the individual currently performing the work. Any additional workers needed to help the one performing the work will be called in seniority order.

D.  Process for overtime notification. All eligible qualified employees will receive a group text, on their work phone, regarding overtime opportunities. Employees will be required to answer the text within thirty (30) minutes, if they are interested in the overtime opportunity. If the most senior employee does not answer the text, the overtime will be offered to the next senior employee in order of seniority.

E.   Employees may choose to remove their name from the overtime assignment list. Employees shall provide a written notification to the supervisor indicating that they are not interested in participating in overtime assignments. Employees may rescind this notification by placing such rescission in writing to the supervisor with a two week notification period.

 

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 625

 

LOCAL UNION 844, DISTRICT COUNCIL 5 OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF

STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL

EMPLOYEES, AFL-CIO

 

 

 

Chair, Board of Education

 

 

 

 

AFSCME Council 5 Director

Assistant Director of Labor Relations

 

 

 

President, Local 844

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Business Representative

 

 

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