§ 6.20.090. Benefits for monthly (other than permanent) employees.  


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  • A.

    Notwithstanding any other provision of Title 6, a person employed not less than 40 hours per week whose status is defined by Section 6.28.020 as "monthly recurrent" (B), "monthly temporary" (O), "monthly temporary training" (M), or "monthly temporary, CETA participant" (K), and who, in the judgement of his department head, meets the qualifications set forth below, shall receive the following benefits.

    B.

    Bereavement Leave. If compelled to be absent for the reasons specified in subsection A of Section 6.20.080, he shall be allowed to be absent a maximum of one working day (eight hours) with pay in any one year if he completed at least 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year; or a maximum of one-half working day (four hours) with pay in any one year if he completed less than 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year.

    C.

    Jury Duty. If such employee serves on a jury under the terms and conditions specified in subsection D of Section 6.20.080, he shall receive a maximum of two working days with pay in any one year if he completed at least 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year; or maximum of one working day with pay in any one year if he completed less than 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year.

    D.

    Witness Leave. If such employee serves as a witness pursuant to subpoena and under the terms and conditions specified in subsection E of Section 6.20.080, he shall be allowed to be absent a maximum of one working day (eight hours) with pay in any one year if he completed at least 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year; or a maximum of one-half working day (four hours) with pay in any one year if he completed less than 200 days of active service in the preceding calendar year.

(Ord. 6222 Ch. 1 Art. 11 § 243, 1953.)