No permanent employee shall be laid off while employees in an extra help, temporary, provisional, or probationary status are retained in the same class unless that employee has been offered the extra help, temporary, or provisional appointment. The order of layoff among employees not having permanent status shall be according to the following categories: Extra help or seasonal Temporary Provisional Probationary Seniority Layoffs shall be by job classification according to reverse order of seniority as determined by total continuous County civil service, except as specified above. The following provisions shall apply in computing total continuous service: A. The following shall count as County service: TimeRead More →

10.5 The provisions of this Section 10 shall apply when an occupied position is abolished resulting in a classified employee losing status in their assigned classification in their assigned department. 10.6 In the event that an employee’s position is abolished and they are unable to displace another County employee as provided in this Section 10, such employee shall receive reimbursement of one week of pay for each full year (2080 hours) of regular service to the County and fifty percent (50%) of the cash value of their unused sick leave; provided that they shall be eligible for reimbursement only if they remain in the serviceRead More →

The names of employees laid off shall be placed on reemployment eligible lists as hereinafter specified.  Former employees appointed from a reemployment eligible list shall be restored all rights accrued prior to being laid off, such as sick leave, vacation credits, and credit for years of service.  However, such reemployed employees shall not be eligible for benefits for which they received compensation at the time of or subsequent to the date they were laid off. The departmental reemployment eligible list for each class shall consist of the names of employees and former employees having probationary or permanent status who were laid off or whose positionsRead More →

Employees laid off may take a voluntary demotion within the same department to a classification in which the employee had prior probationary or permanent status provided such a position is held by an employee with less seniority. Displaced employees may request the Human Resources Director to place their name on the promotional eligible list or open eligible list for any classification for which, in the Director’s opinion, the employee is qualified. The employee’s name will be above the names of persons who have not been dis­placed, ranked in the order specified in subsection 10.2. Pursuant to the Civil Service Rules as revised, an employee may,Read More →