Supervisory Services Bargaining Unit Agreement
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCIAL SERVICES
Bureau of Employee Relations
Telephone (207) 287-4447
FAX (207) 287-4452 TDD (207) 287-4537
Date: June 5, 1990
Subject: Supervisory Services Bargaining Unit Agreement
To: All Holders of Employee Relations Manuals
From: Kenneth A. Walo, Director, Bureau of Employee Relations
There is an omission of the search and rescue team annual stipend in the Supervisory Services Bargaining Unit Agreement 1989-1992 on page 14, Article 11, Compensation, Part J Divers' Stipend.
Before "[E]ffective July 1, 1989, ." should be inserted a paragraph as follows:
"Those employees who are members of the SCUBA diving teams engaging in search, rescue and recovery operations shall receive an annual stipend of $1,000.00. This stipend shall be payable at the beginning of each quarter in $250.00 amounts."
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
This Memorandum of Agreement is between the MAINE STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (MSEA) and the STATE OF MAINE.
The terms of this agreement are as follows:
In each of the collective bargaining agreements between the parties for the Administrative Services, Operations Maintenance and Support Services, Professional and Technical Services, Law Enforcement and Supervisory Services bargaining units, the language in section A(l) of the Seniority article, "one (1) point for each month of continuous State service in the employee's present classification and higher classifications previously held (and in the event of bumping into a lower classification, service in that lower classification) plus one-half (1/2) point for each month of continuous State service in any other classification previously held by the employee," is to be interpreted such that:
A) The word "higher" means a higher or equal pay range, within the State's established compensation plan, as compared to the pay range to which an employee's present classification is assigned;
B) The word "lower" means a lower pay range, within the State's established compensation plan, as compared to the pay range to which an employee's present classification is assigned; and
C) The word "other" means a lower pay range, within the State's established compensation plan, as compared to the pay range to which an employee's present classification is assigned.
This agreement is effective only upon signing and is intended to have
no effect upon any employee layoffs implemented prior to the effective
date of this agreement.
s/Kenneth A. Walo 11/28/90
Kenneth A. Walo Date
Director, Employee Relations
s/Carl Leinonen __________
Carl Leinonen Date
Executive Director Representing
the State Representing the MSEA