Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17850 on 09/15/2003, Section 19-27 read as follows.


    The city manager shall promulgate and establish administrative personnel policies, procedures, rules and regulations including, but not limited to, the following subjects:

    (a)    Efficient operation suggestion policy and procedure;

     (b)    Employee counseling, recovery and rehabilitation program;

    (c)    General provisions:

    (1)    Hours of work;

         (2)        Pay periods/ratebase/payrolls;

         (3)        Performance improvement service ratings;

         (4)        Personnel records and reports;

     (5)    Temporary assignment transfer;

     (6)    Use of city vehicles, accidents and parking;

         (7)        Outside employment;

     (8)    Seniority and impact of seniority;

         (9)        Change of address;

     (10)    Employment of relatives;

         (11)    Pecuniary interests: Conflict of interest;

     (12)    Political activity;

         (13)    Employees entitled to benefits;

         (14)    Leave usage;

     (15)    Conduct in the workplace;

         (16)    Computer use;

     (17)    Telephone use;

         (18)    Official travel.

    (d)    Safety:

         (1)    General policy;

     (2)    On-the-job injury procedures;

         (3)    Medical information release;

     (4)    Safety committee.

     (e)    Related, internal administrative matters.

     (a)      Additional terms and conditions of work:

         (1)          Hours of work;

         (2)          Maximum hours worked;

         (3)          Mandatory overtime;
        
         (4)          Schedule changes;

         (5)          Clean-up time;

         (6)          Multiple job assignments;

         (7)          Undercover special assignments;

         (8)          Outside employment;

         (9)          Service interchangeability;

         (10)      Pay period;
        
         (11)      Premium pay;

         (12)      Part-time employee salary rates;

         (13)      Seniority;

         (14)      Leave use;

         (15)      Performance evaluations;

         (16)      Personnel records;

         (17)      Use of city vehicles, accidents and parking;
        
         (18)      Efficient operation suggestion policy;

         (19)      Credit Union;

         (20)      Nepotism/relatives in the workplace;

         (21)      Employee assistance program.

     (b)          Conduct in the workplace:

         (1)          Attitude cordiality;

         (2)          Harassment;

         (3)          Tardiness;
        
         (4)          Unacceptable sick leave use;

         (5)          Political action;

         (6)          Smoking, refreshments;

         (7)          Dress, hygiene, grooming;

         (8)          Identification badges;

         (9)          Personal effects;

         (10)      Long distance phone calls;
        
         (11)      Cash drawers and petty cash funds.

     (c)      Drug or alcohol use.

     (d)      P.C. and network computer policy.

     (e)      Web policies.
    
     (f)      Official travel expenses.

     (g)      Safety.     


(Code 1964, § 22.370; Ord. No. 17016, § 1, 9-17-01)