Howard County Police Department's Animal Control Division

1246 WordsDec 8, 20155 Pages
Neser is employed as a classified, civilian, “non-uniformed” Police Services Supervisor I (“PSSI”) with the Howard County Police Department’s Animal Control Division. Neser has occupied her position since 1997. Neser’s responsibilities include supervising employees within her division. Neser is not a member of union. Neser’s subordinates, however, are members of AFSCME Local 3085. Therefore, while her subordinates’ pay is governed by a collective bargaining agreement, Neser’s compensation is governed by the HCGPP. Neser typically works Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. In addition to her normal work schedule, Neser is on stand-by four days a week. Being on stand-by means that if a situation arises after animal control is closed, usually between the hours of 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m., Neser may be called-in to work. Neser is credited two hours of regular pay for each stand-by period where she may be called-in. A stand-by period is a period between the employee’s regularly scheduled work shift, or for each 24 hour period between work shifts. Furthermore, in addition to the two hours of stand-by pay, the HCGPP provides that “[a PSSI] who is called in to work hours which are not contiguous to their regular shift shall receive a minimum of 4 hours pay at the overtime rate.” Neser’s subordinates have a similar provision in their collective bargaining agreement. The collective bargaining agreement has been interpreted to permit only one instance

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