20 yrs. or more$600.00
The total annual longevity payments shall be due and payable in two (2) equal installments, the first being due and payable not later than November 30, and the second being due and payable not later than May 31 of each fiscal year.
Eligibility for longevity compensation shall begin on the date the employee is hired by the City for a regular authorized position on a full-time basis.
An employee will become eligible for his/her first total annual longevity payment if he/she has completed five (5) years of service on or before November 30 of' a fiscal year. An employee will become eligible for one (1) installment of his/her first longevity payment if he/she has completed five (5) years of service on or before May 31 of a fiscal Year. Thereafter, additional longevity payments for aggregate years of service will be predicated on this same basis.
Only employees on the payroll on the specified dates of longevity payments shall receive longevity compensation, except that employees who retire during a fiscal year shall be considered as having earned full longevity for such fiscal year and they shall not be required to be on the payroll on the specified dates of longevity payments in order to receive full longevity compensation for the year.
Time spent in the armed forces of the United States, i.e., Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, while on leave from the City shall be included in determining the number of years of service.
All overtime duty shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half for all hours or any portion thereof in excess of eight (8) hours per day or a forty (40) hour work week.
The Chief of Police shall endeavor to administer overtime in such a manner that every full-time employee will have an equal opportunity to work overtime, subject to needs of the police department and the qualifications of the employee. Partial Shift overtime shall not be offered to ineligible employees.
a.Bargaining unit members who are newly promoted supervisors and, as a result are receiving in-house supervisory training relating to promotions, shall not be eligible for supervisory overtime until completing said training.
1.This restriction is for supervisory overtime only and is not intended to apply to other overtime that a member would be eligible for during the period of in-house supervisory training.
Any employee called back to duty after he/she has completed his/her tour of duty shall be paid for a minimum of four (4) hours at time and one-half (1 1/2) rate.