BCTC MOU Exhibit A

Exhibit A Additional Compensation

  1. Effective the first full pay period following ratification of a successor MOU, or the beginning of the first full pay period of the successor MOU (whichever is later), the salary ranges for Wastewater Collection Worker and Wastewater Collection Supervisor classifications will increase by two percent (2%). Effective November 20, 2016, the salary ranges for Wastewater Collection Worker and Wastewater Collection Supervisor classifications will increase by two percent (2%).
  2. The above November effective dates are a one-time arrangement. The parties will not regard these effective dates as a base line or precedent-setting for future increases.
  3. Effective November 22, 2015, the salary ranges for all Wastewater Collection Worker and Wastewater Collection Supervisor classifications will increase by two percent (2%).
  4. Road Maintenance Workers I/II’s and the Road Maintenance Supervisor assigned to the Sewer Crew shall receive one dollar ($1.00) per hour in addition to their base hourly salary for all hours worked, regular and overtime. It does not apply to vacation, holidays, sick leave and other non-worked hours. Due to the creation of the Wastewater Collection classification, this differential shall sunset when Sean Smith ceases to receive this differential due to receipt of the required certification, or on October 31, 2015, whichever occurs first.
  5. Clothing AllowanceFor employees in the Facilities and Construction Services Divisions, the department will provide the following clothing items in July of each year:
  6. The County shall pay Fifteen dollars ($15.00) per biweekly pay period to employees in the classifications of Carpenter, Painter, Electrician, Plumber and Locksmith as compensation for purchasing and laundering his/her own work clothes.
  • Six (6) polo or dress shirts with County logos, or
  • Twelve (12) t-shirts with County logosShorts will no longer be worn unless they are under coveralls at all times.
  1. Tool Allowance
  2. The Department of Public Works and the Union have agreed on a tool allowance for the Equipment Services Worker, and the Equipment Mechanic I, II and III series of three hundred seventy five dollars ($375.00). The allowance shall be in the form of a reimbursement for actual expenses and such reimbursement shall be made according to procedures developed by the Department. If the employee’s service is terminated for any reason, the Department shall be entitled to a prorated refund, and the County may make the appropriate deduction from the employee’s pay.
  3. Protective FootwearAll covered employees must purchase footwear that complies with the requirements outlined in paragraph 2 (c) of the “Department of Public Works Maintenance Division Protective/Safety Footwear Policy” from any source. Employees are responsible for ensuring that the footwear meets the requirements and is properly fitted.
  4. For employees in the Road Maintenance Division and the Facilities and Construction Services Divisions, the Department will provide one pair of safety shoes per fiscal year, costing up to one hundred eighty-five dollars ($185) including sales tax, from the designated supplier, Red Wing Shoes. A voucher will be provided to said employee once a year, and will be good at any Bay Area Red Wing Store that the Department has designated. If employees wish to purchase additional footwear, the Department encourages the use of the designated supplier.
  5. All covered employees must purchase footwear that complies with the requirements outlined in paragraph 2 (c) of the “Department of Public Works Maintenance Division Protective/Safety Footwear Policy” from any source. Employees are responsible for ensuring that the footwear meets the requirements and is properly fitted.