To participate in Project Gain, all county departments /agencies are in- vited to begin now to brainstorm revenue enhancing and cost saving program ideas. Project Gain fiscal year programs must be submitted to the Evaluation Panel by September 1, 2005, and semi-annual programs by December 31, 2005.
To learn more about Project Gain, elected officials/appointed authorities/ department heads can schedule a Project Gain seminar for your depart- ment by contacting Sharon Booker at 946.4428 or email@example.com.
What is Project Gain A gainsharing program to provide county employees an opportunity to be rewarded for contributions to the efficient operation of county government, above and beyond the normal scope of duties.
How does Project Gain work? Elected officials/appointed authorities/department heads and em- ployees brainstorm ideas to design a program for their department/ agency that will increase revenues or produce a cost savings.
Who can participate in Project Gain? The program is open to all departments/agencies and all eligible employees.
What are the rules governing Project Gain? Each elected official/appointed authority/department head is pro- vided a copy of the Project Gain Guidelines. There is no single, across-the-board strategy that will work for every department/ agency.
How are Project Gain awards distributed?
Awards are funded from cost savings in the department/agency or revenue enhancements.
The pool of funds resulting from savings or enhancements will be shared equally with all employees who actively contributed toward the goal of the department/agency’s program.
Individual employee awards must total $100.00 per employee per program.
Individual employee awards may not exceed $1,000.00 per employee per program.
Individual employee awards may not exceed $5,000.00 per employee per fiscal year.