- Within optional work plans established by the Assessor, the Assessor is willing to schedule workers’ 40‑hour, 4‑day, 5‑day or 6‑day workweeks at hours other than from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for property appraisal assignments if this will result in the more thorough or efficient completion of assigned work during daylight hours, provided the workers work at least 6 hours per day. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Assessor may, if necessary to successfully complete assigned work, approve a six-day work schedule in which the worker works not less than 4 hours on any of the 5 weekdays and the appropriate amount of hours on the succeeding Saturday. This provision shall not be interpreted to compel workers in the Appraisal Unit to work evenings or Saturdays without overtime compensation as provided in Section 7 (Overtime) of this MOU.
- Advance Payments for Auditor-Appraisers. For out of town assignments for a period greater than one week, Auditor-Appraisers will be allowed up to $2,000.00 as an advance on expenses.
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