§ 6.18.065. Transition from vacation allowance provisions in effect prior to March 1, 1993.  


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  • A.

    On March 1, 1993, each Eligible Employee who is otherwise eligible for vacation benefits, as set forth in this Chapter 6.18, shall receive a one-time-only crediting of vacation time earned, but not granted, since the employee's last vacation anniversary date. Such vacation time shall be based on those provisions of this Chapter 6.18 that were operative prior to March 1, 1993, and shall be calculated as follows:

    B.

    For 40-hour employees and 56-hour employees in the probation department, such vacation time shall be calculated as follows:

    1.

    In any case where an employee's Vacation Anniversary Date is March 1st, such employee will receive a crediting of vacation time equal to the number of hours that the employee would normally be entitled to on that date, based on active service in the year immediately preceding, and computed in accordance with the appropriate table from subsection B3 below.

    2.

    In any case where an employee's Vacation Anniversary Date is not March 1st, such employee will receive a crediting of vacation time equal to the number of hours of vacation time to which he/she would otherwise be entitled based on active service since his/her most recent Vacation Anniversary Date and computed in accordance with the appropriate table from subsection B3 below.

    3.

    Tables for determining earned vacation for transition.

    a.

    Table for persons assigned to a 40-hour week who have been in continuous service for more than one but less than five years:

    Number of Days of Active Service Required
    Number of Working Days' Vacation Earned Monthly or Yearly Basis Daily Basis
    1 19 13
    2 55 38
    3 91 63
    4 127 88
    5 163 113
    6 199 138
    7 235 163
    8 271 188
    9 307 213
    10 343 238

     

    b.

    Table for persons assigned to a 40-hour week who have been in continuous service for at least five years but less than 10 years:

    Number of Days of Active Service Required
    Number of Working Days' Vacation Earned Monthly or Yearly Basis Daily Basis
    1 13 9
    2 37 25
    3 61 41
    4 85 57
    5 109 73
    6 133 89
    7 157 105
    8 181 121
    9 205 137
    10 229 153
    11 253 169
    12 277 185
    13 301 201
    14 325 217
    15 349 233

     

    c.

    Supplementary table to be used in conjunction with the Table in paragraph b above for persons assigned to a 40-hour week who have been in continuous service for 10 years but less than 15 years:

    Number of Working Days of Additional Vacation Earned Number of Days of Active Service Required Monthly, yearly basis
    Years of Continuous Service:
    10 Years 11 Years 12 Years 13 Years 14 Years
    1 183 91 61 46 37
    2 273 183 137 109
    3 305 228 181
    4 319 253
    5 325

     

    Number of Days of Active Service Required for Daily Basis
    1 125 62 42 31 25
    2 187 125 93 75
    3 208 155 125
    4 217 175
    5 225

     

    d.

    Table for persons assigned to a 40-hour week who have been in continuous service for 15 years or more:

    Number of Days of Active Service Required
    Number of Working Days' Vacation Earned Monthly or Yearly Basis Daily Basis
    1 10 7
    2 28 19
    3 46 31
    4 64 43
    5 82 55
    6 100 67
    7 118 79
    8 136 91
    9 154 103
    10 172 115
    11 190 127
    12 208 139
    13 226 151
    14 244 163
    15 262 175
    16 280 187
    17 298 199
    18 316 211
    19 334 223
    20 352 235

     

    e.

    Table for persons employed in probation department on a 56-hour basis:

    Years of Service Calendar Days of Service (or Major Portion Thereof) Day of Vacation Maximum Total Yearly Vacation Per In-Calendar Days/Weeks
    Less than 5 60 2 weeks
    5 but less than 10 40 3 weeks
    10 or 11 36 3 weeks/ 2 days
    12 or 13 33 3 weeks/4 days
    14 or more 30 4 weeks

     

    C.

    For fire department employees assigned to a 56-hour workweek, vacation time earned since January 1, 1993 will be calculated in accordance with the following tables:

    1.

    Table for persons assigned to a 56-hour week in the fire department who have been in continuous service for more than one but less than four years:

    Number of On-Duty Shifts of Vacation Earned Minimum Number of Days of Active Service Required
    1 32
    2 93
    3 154
    4 215
    5 276
    6 337

     

    2.

    Table for persons assigned to a 56-hour week in the fire department who have been in continuous service for at least four years but less than 10 years:

    Number of On-Duty Shifts of Vacation Earned Minimum Number of Days of Active Service Required
    1 24
    2 70
    3 116
    4 162
    5 208
    6 254
    7 300
    8 346

     

    3.

    Table to be used for persons assigned to a 56-hour week in the fire department who have been in continuous service for 10 years but less than 12 years:

    Number of On-Duty Shifts of Vacation Earned Minimum Number of Days of Active Service Required
    1 21
    2 61
    3 101
    4 141
    5 181
    6 221
    7 261
    8 301
    9 341

     

    4.

    Table for persons assigned to a 56-hour week in the fire department who have been in continuous service for 12 years or more:

    Number of On-Duty Shifts of Vacation Earned Minimum Number of Days of Active Service Required
    1 19
    2 55
    3 91
    4 127
    5 163
    6 199
    7 235
    8 271
    9 307
    10 343

     

    D.

    Vacation time credited pursuant to this section shall not be available for use by an employee who has worked for less than one full year until such time as the employee completes one year of service.

(Ord. 93-0019 § 20, 1993.)