Section 19-98 Minimum call-in compensation.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 16618 on 09/18/2000, Section 19-98 read as follows.
having in positions eligible for overtime
pay who have left their normal place
of work for their residence or elsewhere having and have completed at least
one full, normal shift
of work (time on the job) and who are called back to work shall be credited a minimum of three
(3) hours pay at the overtime rate for the first occurrence of call-back. If more than one call is
received, the employee shall continue to earn overtime in addition to the first three (3) hour
minimum. However, if the employee is required to work a total of three (3) hours or more, the
standard overtime pay provisions shall apply. Only one minimum three (3) hour call-in allowance
shall be provided per day. Employees called in from outside the city limits shall not have call-in
travel time reimbursed or included in the three (3) hour allocation to the extent such travel time is
outside the city limits. An employee actually working more than three (3) hours shall not receive
any special travel-time pay.
(b) Employees who report for snow removal work within one hour after being contacted
receive "reporting time" payment equal to one-quarter hour of pay.
(Code 1964, § 22.620; Ord. No. 9936, § 1, 9-19-83)