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File #: O-275-19    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 6/3/2019 In control: Municipal Court
On agenda: 6/11/2019 Final action: 6/11/2019
Title: Repealing Toledo Municipal Code Section 2134.28 "Part-Time Employee Benefits", enacting a new Section 2134.28 "Part-Time Employee Benefits" to eliminate the offer of pro rata health benefits for part-time employees at the Toledo Municipal Court; and declaring an emergency.
Attachments: 1. Summary of recommendated changes, 2. Audio: Agenda Review 6/4/2019, 3. Audio: 6/11/2019 City Council Meeting

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Emergency:
Update to Part-Time Employee Benefits
C. Lisa Falgiano (x1949)

Title
Repealing Toledo Municipal Code Section 2134.28 "Part-Time Employee Benefits", enacting a new Section 2134.28 "Part-Time Employee Benefits" to eliminate the offer of pro rata health benefits for part-time employees at the Toledo Municipal Court; and declaring an emergency.

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SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:
The Toledo Municipal Court is seeking to eliminate the offer of pro rata health benefits for part-time employees in order to ensure part-time employment is attractive and feasible for seasoned public employees.

Summary
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it ordained by the Council of the City of Toledo:

SECTION 1. That Toledo Municipal Code Section 2134.28, "Part-Time Employee Benefits" which states as follows:

Section 2134.28. Part-Time Employee Benefits.

2134.28. Part-Time Employees' Benefits.
(a) Toledo Municipal Court Judges' Division part-time employees have no bump or recall rights.
(b) The following benefits shall be made available to all part-time employees, as of January 1, 1990 on a prorated basis based on actual hours worked during the preceding year:
Sick Days
Bonus Days
Vacation
(c) Part-time employees who work a minimum of 40 hours per pay period on a regular schedule may request a package including medical, prescription, dental and vision insurance benefits, but must pay a pro rata share of their cost based upon the number of hours agreed to in advance. The pro-rated costs assessed to the permanent part time employee is determined by dividing the established number of straight time hours for a payroll period for the respective part time position by 80. The eligibility for holiday pay shall depend upon the Job Sharing Agreement between the job sharers, which is approved by the Court.
(d) Newly hired part-time employees shall be probationary employees for a period of 2,080 hours. A probationary part-time employee eligible to purchas...

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