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Record No: CB 119715    Version: 1 Council Bill No: CB 119715
Type: Ordinance (Ord) Status: Passed
Current Controlling Legislative Body City Clerk
On agenda: 12/9/2019
Ordinance No: Ord 126010
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to compensation and benefits for certain City employees; authorizing a language premium and authorizing pay for certain scheduling changes; setting certain employee parking rates; amending Sections 4.20.055, 4.20.325, 4.28.010, 4.28.020, and 4.34.065 of the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC); adding new Sections 4.20.360 and 4.20.365 to the SMC; repealing Section 4.34.045 of the SMC; amending Ordinance 119758, last amended by Ordinance 124052; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
Sponsors: Sally Bagshaw
Supporting documents: 1. Summary and Fiscal Note, 2. Signed Ordinance 126010, 3. Affidavit of Publication
CITY OF SEATTLE
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AN ORDINANCE relating to compensation and benefits for certain City employees; authorizing a language premium and authorizing pay for certain scheduling changes; setting certain employee parking rates; amending Sections 4.20.055, 4.20.325, 4.28.010, 4.28.020, and 4.34.065 of the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC); adding new Sections 4.20.360 and 4.20.365 to the SMC; repealing Section 4.34.045 of the SMC; amending Ordinance 119758, last amended by Ordinance 124052; and ratifying and confirming certain prior acts.
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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SEATTLE AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. Section 4.20.055 of the Seattle Municipal Code, last amended by Ordinance 125260, is amended as follows:
4.20.055 Premium pay, compensation, and benefits for temporary workers((.))
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B. Except as provided in subsection 4.20.325.C and in Subsection C below, the City will pay all temporary workers the following premium pay rates in lieu of paid leave and benefits, based on cumulative non-overtime hours worked by each employee:
1. Hour 1 through hour 520: five (5) percent premium pay;
2. Hour 521 through hour 1,040: ten (10) percent premium pay;
3. Hour 1,041 through hour 2,080: fifteen (15) percent premium pay; however, if an employee worked eight hundred (800) hours or more in the previous twelve (12) months, premium pay shall instead be twenty (20) percent;
4. Hour 2,081 and up: twenty (20) percent premium pay; however, if an employee worked eight hundred (800) hours or more in the previous twelve (12) months, premium pay shall instead be twenty-five (25) percent.
Once a temporary worker has attained a premium pay level, ((his or her)) that worker's premium pay level shall not be reduced, whether or not ((he or she)) that worker is in a temporary assignment that is eligible for premium pay, unless ((he or she)) that worker voluntaril...

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