TENTATIVE AGREEMENT THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PALM

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TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND
SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION/
FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICES UNION (SEIU/FPSU)
PARAPROFESSIONALS II & EARLY CHILDHOOD
PROFESSIONALS
January 1, 2016- December 31, 2018
(Successor)
DISTRICT PROPOSAL: SEIU-FPSU PARA/ECP Contract
ARTICLE 5 - UNION RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES
Section 7 - The Use Of School Buildings
School Building administrators agree to conduct meetings from time t o time with the appropriate
representatives of SEIU/FPSU bargaining unit employees at their respective schools to discuss anything
that might impact these employees that was a subject of discussion during meeting(s) of the School's
Employee Building Council (EBC).
SEIU/FPSU shall be allowed the use of school buildings without a charge for Official Union business
meetings. A Union designated representative upon giving at least th ree (3) days notice to the supervising
administrat or or Principal will be permitted to schedule a Union meeting at the work location, provid ed
t he meeting does not interfere w ith the employees' duty time and the meeting room is not being used
for any other purpose. The costs associated with the custodian to open and lock up on weekends and at
other times custodians are not normally on duty shall be paid by SEIU/FPSU to the District. Any amounts
shall 9e--tfie include all legally required amounts ef for retirement, FICA, etc.
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ARTICLE 6 - EMPLOYEE RIGHTS
Section 4 - Vandali sm To Vehicle
If an employee's vehicle is vandalized or damaged during an act of nature while on the property of the
District and the employee is on active duty or is bn an approved TDE for District purposes, the employee
w ill be reimbursed for the damage to the vehicle when it is determined that the vandalism or damage
occurred on District property. Such determination may be made by a School Police Officer, witness
testimony or apprehension of the person{s} responsible for the damage vandalism . As used herein the
phrase "vehicle is vandalized" means a willful and malicious act of damaging an employee's vehicle.
The maximum total liability of the District under this provisions will be two hundred fifty dollars ($2SG)
five hundred dollars~ per occurrence, less any amount reimbursable by insurance. The maximum
total liability of the District for the bargaining unit will be seven thousand fr,ie hundred dollars ($7,SGG}
ten thousand dollars {$10,000) per school year {July 1-June 30).
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DISTRICT PROPOSAL
SEIU-FPSU PARA/ECP Contract
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Article 9 SALARY/BENEFITS
Section 1.
Wages
The Parties agree to increase the minimum and maximum annual Pay Rates in Appendix A by 2%
effective March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016. The new March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016 minimum-maximum
salary schedules are attached as Appendix A. The Parties agree that these minimum-maximum salary
schedules are not subject to further modification or change until January 1, ~ 2017 in keeping with
the Preamble of this Collective Bargaining Agreement and further agree that future modifications or
changes to these minimum-maximum salary schedules will be effective on January 1 of any given year
unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties.
The Parties agree that effective March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016, the annual pay rates of all employees
shall be increased by-2-% 3% . Each employee who remains an employee of the District in this bargaining
unit on the date the School Board approves this Agreement or who were on a paid status through the
end of their 2014 2015 worl< year, will be paid this 2-%-3% negotiated increase on the new minimummaximum Annual Pay Rate Schedule (Appendix A) on a go forward basis for each duty day they W-efe-BR
a paid status, retroactive to March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016. Those employees who are no longer
~mployees of the District on the date the School Board~ approves this Agreement are not entitled
t_o any retroactive pay, unless they were on a paid status with the District through the end of their 2014
~015 v1ork year.
As provide above:
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a) Each employee's current Pay Rate that is not red-lined will be receive the applicable wage
increased by-2-% set forth above effective March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016. If after receiving the
negotiated wage increase effective January 1, 2016, the employee's new Pay Rate is greater than
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the new maximum annual Pay Rate after it is increase by 2% effective January 1, ~ ?,.!\)~ "~
employee's new Pay Rate will be considered to be red-lined when wage increases are negotiated
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in the future.
b) An employee whose current Pay Rate is red -lined, but whose current red lined new Pay Rate
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will not be evef greater than the maximum annual Pay Rate after that maximum is increased by 2%
effective March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016, will have his/her current annual Pay Rate increased ffi-.#1.e
new Maximum annual Pay Rate effective March 2, 2015 as set forth in applicable sub-sections A,
B, or C above effective January 1, 2016 and will no longer have his/her annual base salary
considered to be red-lined.
c) An employee whose current annual Pay Rate is red -lined ffiH and whose current red lined new
annual Pay Rate will remain 0·1er is determined to exceed the maximum annual Pay Rate after the
maximum annual Pay Rate is increased by 2% effective March 2, 2015 January 1, 2016, will
continue to have his/her current annual Pay Rate red-lined and will not receive an increase to
his/her red-lined Pay Rate!. Said employee will continue be paid at his/her current red-lined
annual pay rate until such time in the future a new maximum an annual Pay Rate is negotiated for
that employee that is not greater than the maximum Pay Rate at that time. Such red lined
employees will be paid a one-time and non-reoccurring bonus equal to~ the appropriate
current maximum annual Pay Rate increase he/she would have received if his/her Pay Rate were
n·ot red-lined. This bonus. minus standard deductions, will be computed for all days worked
(including paid holidays, if any, and paid leave days) for the period of March 2, 2015 January 1,
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Article 9 SALARY/BENEFITS
Section 1. Wages (continued ...)
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2016 through the end of the~ 2016 calendar year or theif employee's last day of paid
employment with the District, whichever occurs first. To be eligible for a bonus payment, the
employee must remain an employee of the District in this bargaining unit on the date the School
Board approves this Agreement.
d) The Parties agree to amend the Preamble of this Agreement to allow negotiations on a
successor Agreement to begin on October 5, 2015; and furthermore agree to open negotiations on
a successor Agreement on October 4 5, 2015.
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FPSU Salary Schedule
APPENDIX A
SALARY SCHEDULES
Annual Rates by Job Pay Level
JOB LEVEL
5
Effective January 1, 2016
(Except where Indicated below, 3% raise for all eligible employees effective 01101116. Range minimums and maximums increase 2%.)
6
8
7
10
9
11
Min
12
Max
Min
13
Max
Min
14
15
16
Days
Hours
180
8
15,005 26,130 15,423 28,122 16,032 30,264 17,529 32,572 19,178 35,044 20,976 37,725 22,937 40,587 25,081 43,687 27,432 47,0 13 29,995 50,595 32,811 54,445 35,882 58,594
182
6
11,379 19,814 11,698 21 ,326 12,157 22,950 13,293 24,700 14,544 26,575 15,906 28,608 17,396 30.n8 19,019 33, 130 20,803 35,653 22,746 38,368 24,882 41,287 27,211 44,435
182
8
15,172 26,420 15,594 28,434 16,209 30,600 17,724 32.,9 33 19,391 35,433 21 ,208 38,144 23,192 41,037 25.359 44,174 27,737 47,536 30,327 51 ,157 33,175 55,050 35,281 59,245
187
4
7,795
187
8
15,589 27,145 16,023 29,215 16,655 31,441 18,212 33,838 19,923 36,405 21,791 39,192 23,83 1 42,165 26,055 45,386 28,499 46,841
190
8
15,839 27,581
193
8
16,089 28,016 16,537 30.153 17,190 32,450 18,796 34,924 20,563 37,574 22,490 40,450 24,595 43,518 26,892 46,843 29,414 50,4 10 32,161 54,248 35,18 1
196
6
12,254 21,339 12.595 22.967 13,092 24,716 14,316 26,600 15,663 28,620 17,130 30,810 18,734 33,146 20,462 35,678 22,404 38,395 24,496 41,320 26,796 44,463 29,304 47,852
196
8
16,339 28,451
206
8
17,173 29,903 17,651 32,184 18,347 34,638 20,082 37,276 21,947 40,105 24,005 43,174 26,251 46,448 28,703 49,999 31,395 53,804 34,327 57,903 37,550 62,308 41,066 67,058
12mo
8
20,800 34,243 21,383 36,853 21,944 39,664 22,971 42,669 25,127 45,942 27,481 49,445 30,057 53,210 32,872 57,265 35,954 61 ,629 39,321 66,323 43,006 7 1,374 47,036 76,811
Min
Max
13,573
Min
8,012
Max
14,608
Min
Max
8,329
15,722
Min
Max
9,107
16,920
Min
9,962
Max
Min
Max
Max
18,203 10,896 19,597 11,916 2 1,083 13,029 22,694 14,250 24,421
Min
Max
Min
Max
15,581 26,282 17,044 28,281
Min
Max
18,640 30,437
31,160 52,562 34,067 56,563 37,2n 60,874
16,280 29,664 16,922 31 ,946 18,503 34,381 20,243 36,991 22,141 39,821 24,212 42.842 26,474 46,115 28,956 49,626 31,660 53,405 34,634 57,469 37.876 61 ,849
16,794 30,621
17,457 32,955 19,088 35,466 20,882 38,159 22,640 41 ,078 24,9n 44,194 27,309 47,571 29,871
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38,474 62,826
51 ,193 32,660 55,092 35,727 59,284 39,073 63,803
Starting Pai When Different From Pai Grade Level Minimum
Code
Job Tltle
33190 $14.00 Bus Driver I
31690
31600
31620
Lead Custodian
Cust. Foreperson I
Cust. Foreperson II
Salary
$20,160
$22,082
$23,194
$24,119
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Code
Job Tltle
Salary
83160
Plumber
$35,093
83560
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82350
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82400
HVAC Technician
Trans Equip Mech I
$35,093
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$32,303
Code
91600
Job Tltle
Salary
Educ Interpreter (NL)
TBD
For 190 [email protected] 7.5 hours:
91700
Educ Interpreter I
TBD
For 190 days @ 7.5 hours:
91800
Educ Interpreter II
TBD
For 190 days @ 7.5 hours:
Trans Equip Mech II
$35,173
91900
Educ Interpreter Ill
TBD
For 190 [email protected] 7.5 hours:
82450
Trans Equip Mech Ill
$38,293
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92000
Educ Interpreter IV
For 190 [email protected] 7.5 hours:
TBD
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Article 18 SICK LEAVES
Section 7 Paid Bereavement Leave
An employee who is absent from work due to the death of a member of his/her immediate family
(spouse, sibling, child, parent, parent-in-law, grandparent, grandparent-in-law or domestic partner)
may use up to three (3) days of pa id bereavement leave each school year. The use of bereavement
leave shall not count against the employee's sick leave. If an employee requires additional time off
for bereavement purposes beyond these three (3) days, the employee may use his/her sick leave for a
reasonable number of additional days.
Section 7 "Verification of Illness" becomes Section 8
Section 8 "Leave for personal Business" becomes Section 9
Section 9 " False Claim" becomes Section 10
Section 10 " Terminal Leave Pay" becomes Section 11
Section 11 "Disability Income Protection" becomes Section 12
Section 12 "Annual Optional Pay-Out for Accumulated Sick Leave" becomes Section 13
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Section 13 "Permanently and Totally Disabled Employees" becomes Section 14
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DISTRICT PROPOSAL
SEIU-FPSU PARA/ECP Contract
ARTICLE 18 SICK LEAVES
Section ±2-13 -ANNUAL OPTIONAL PAY-OUT FOR ACCUMULATED SICK LEAVE
At the end of any school year (June 30) an employee who has not used more t han one hundred seventy
ffiie three (3) sick leave days that school year and who has sixty (60) or more #laA accumulated unused
sick leave days may exercise the option of re ceiving to receive payment from the Board for any days in
excess of one hundred sevent't' five District eg~al to the value of 80% of any unused days earned during
that school year.
An eligible employee who applies for a cash pay-out will receive a gross payment equal to the
employee's daily rate of pay on the employee's last regular employment day of that school year times
80% of the number of unused sick leave days earned that school year. It is understood that this payment
shall be subject to all legal withholdings and is not tax sheltered.
Option One:
Delete
Option Two:
Delete
Option Three: Delet e
The above options may be exercised by the employee if he/she has accumu lated more tha n one hunarea
sevent·~ five (175) sixty (60) or more days of unused sick leave at the end of any school yea r (June 30) and
has not used more than three (3) sick leave days that school year as set forth above .
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ARTICLE 26 Retiring Benefits and BENCOR
An employee who retires and submits proof of eligibility from the Florida Retirement System or
whose employment is terminated by death shall receive payment for accrued sick leave days.
Such compensation shall be the daily rate of pay at retirement or death of the employee
multiplied by the maximum percentage provided for by the Florida Statute times the number of
accumulated sick leave days. lri the event service is terminated by death, benefits shall be paid
to the beneficiary as identified on the employee's group life insurance form .
a. Effective June 30, 2016 and thereafter, employees who have a minimum of ten (10)
consecutive years of District service just before they are to receive terminal pay benefits and
who are retiring/leaving the employment of the District or who are entering into DROP shall
have such terminal pay benefits provided to them through the BENCOR National Government
Employees Retirement Plan as adopted by the School Board in 1999.
b. Employees who are otherwise eligible to receive terminal pay benefits and who
retire/leave the employment of the District prior to June 30, 2016, shall not be covered under
the BENCOR Plan.
c. The District's Department of Compensation & Employee Information Services will provide
affected employees with information on eligibility, how the process works and its benefit to
employees in this bargaining unit.
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