The Company shall provide and maintain an organizational chart that lists job classification, the number of staff proposed for the transition phase and for the full-time operation. The Company shall notify the City of any proposed revisions to the Staffing Plan and/or personnel organization for the Managed Assets.
The following individuals in Table 6-5 are initially approved and represent the Company’s staffing commitment for senior management roles in accordance with the definition of the Service Contract.
General Manager and Company’s Contact Person
100% Committed for a minimum of first three years; will live in Stockton.
C. Peter Lee
To be Determined
Chief Plant Operator
To be Determined
The City shall have the right to disapprove the individuals designated from time to time by the Company as the Service Manager, and other key managers as defined in the following Table, to manage and oversee the services to be provided under this Service Contract; provided, however, that said disapproval shall not be exercised unreasonably.
From the inception of the outsourcing process, Staffing has been an issue. The emotional stress for existing employees has been evident. The Request For Proposal (RFP) released by the City Council stated that the City would retain certain employees and others would be transitioned from municipal employment to a private sector employer. The complexity of change in benefits and services available to those transitioned employees was to be resolved during the Transition Period. The benefits to those employees were to be equal or better than what was available to said employees under municipal employment. This Annual Contract Compliance Review will not cover