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File #: RS2022-1555    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 5/26/2022 In control: Budget and Finance Committee
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action: 6/21/2022
Title: A resolution adopting a new pay plan for employees of the Metropolitan Board of Health, effective July 1, 2022.
Sponsors: Burkley Allen, Tonya Hancock, Erin Evans, Jennifer Gamble
Attachments: 1. Exhibit, 2. Proposed Amendment - RS2022-1555 - Allen
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A resolution adopting a new pay plan for employees of the Metropolitan Board of Health, effective July 1, 2022.
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WHEREAS, the Metropolitan Board of Health, acting in its official capacity as a Civil Service Commission has, pursuant to Sections 12.09 and 12.10 of the Metropolitan Charter, assigned each employment classification to a salary grade as of July 1, 2022, with such assignments being equitably related to each other; and,
WHEREAS, the Board of Health's Civil Service Commission has adopted the salary ranges for each grade; and,
WHEREAS, the Director of Personnel for the Board of Health has recommended, after the Commission's approval, desirable salary ranges for each grade to the Director of Finance; and,
WHEREAS, pursuant to RS2021-986, a one-year pay plan was approved by the Metropolitan Council to go into effect on July 1, 2021; and,
WHEREAS, the pay plan that was adopted pursuant to RS2021-986 included increment pay increases that are earned at various time intervals; and,
WHEREAS, it is the desire for these increment increases to continue; and,
WHEREAS, it is further the desire that employees who are paid pursuant to open pay ranges be eligible, at the discretion of the employee's Appointing Authority, to receive merit pay increases; and,
WHEREAS, the Board of Health's Civil Service Commission recognizes that the pay scales included in the pay plan adopted pursuant to RS2021-986 should be modified by applying a cost of living increase as of July 1, 2022; and,
WHEREAS, the Board of Health's Civil Service Commission recommends that the pay scales be increased by 4% as of July 1, 2022; and,
WHEREAS, pursuant to Sec. 12.10 of the Metropolitan Charter, the Board of Health, sitting as a Civil Service Commission, has determined the need to make changes to their trades and labor classifications; and,
WHEREAS, the Board of Health, sitting as a Civil Service Commission, determined the need to make changes to other classifications to maintain equity ...

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