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III.A. WAGES
108.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:

109.

Effective October 11,2014:

3%

110.

Effective October 10,2015:

3.25%

111.

Effective July 1, 20 16, represented employees will receive a base wage increase between
2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00% :::;CPI-U :::;3.00%) +
0.25%, which is equivalent to the Cl'l-l.I, but no less than 2% and no greater than 3%, plus
0.25%.

112.

In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPI-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.

113.

1.

Market Wage Adjustments

Effective June 25 of each year of the Agreement,


market wage adjustment as set forth below.

all covered employees

shall receive a

114.

The Department will implement the June 25 market wage adjustments based on a survey to
be conducted by the City of the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa,
San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma.

115.

The salary survey shall measure total compensation


(8304/8504) based on the following data points:

116.

for the rank of Deputy

Maximum monthly saary for the rank of Deputy Sheriff (8304/8504);

Maximum educational incentive premiums (e.g., Adv. POST);

Employer payment of mandatory employee retirement contributions


supplements;

LongevitylRetention

Sheriff

and retirement

premiums

The salary survey shall be co mpleted no later than May 15 of each year of the Agreement
for a market wage adjustment effective June 25 of each year of the Agreement. The rates
reported for the counties listed above shall be those known and officially authorized for
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III.A. WAGES
121.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10,2015: 3.25%


Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees (except for classifications 6242
Plumbing Inspector, 6244 Chief Plumbing Inspector, and 6246 Senior Plumbing
Inspector) will receive a base wage increase between 2.25% and 3.25%,
depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00% :S CPI-U :S 3.00%) + 0.25%,
which is equivalent:o the CPI-U, but no less than 2% and no greater than 3%,
plus 0.25%.
Effective October 8, 2016, classifications 6242 Plumbing Inspector, 6244 Chief
Plumbing Inspector, and 6246 Senior Plumbing Inspector will receive a base
wage increase between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated
as (2.00% :S CPI-U :::;3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-U, but no
less than 2% and no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating the CPI-V, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price
Index - All Urban Consumers (CPI-V), as reported by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics for the San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate
shall be calculated using the percentage change in price index from February
2015 to February 2016.
122.

All base wage increases shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

III.B. MAINTENANCE AND CHARGES


123.

Charges and deductions for all maintenance, such as housing, meals, laundry, etc.,
furnished to and accepted by employees shall be made on timerolls and payrolls in
accordance with a schedule of maintenance charges fixed and determined in the Annual
Salary Ordinance.

nr.c, WORK SCHEDULES


124.

1.
NORMAL WORK SCHEDULES - The normal work week for employees in
covered classifications shall be forty (40) hours. The forty (40) hour work week shall
consist of five (5) consecutive days encompassing eight (8) hours working time
completed within not more than nine (9) hours.

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IILA. SCHEDULES OF COMPENSATION
57.

Compensation for the respective classifications of employment shall be paid for services under a
normal work schedule as defined in Section III hereof. Compensations listed are gross amounts and
are paid on a biweekly basis unless otherwise specified. The salary grade plan of seniority
increments is contained herein. Wage rates are set forth in Attachment A.

58.

Base wages shall be increased as follows:

Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10,2015:

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%:::; CPI-V:::;
3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-V, but no less than 2% and no greater
than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPl-V, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (Cl'l-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
59.

Effective October 11,2014, active represented employees ofDAIA shall receive a one-time wage
adjustment of two percent (2%) to their base wages.

60.

All base wage increases shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

III.B. WORK SCHEDULES


1.
61.

NORMAL WORK SCHEDULES


a.

Unless otherwise provided in this agreement, a normal work day is a tour of duty of
eight (8) hours completed within not more than nine (9) hours.

62.

Upon request of the appointing officer, the Department of Human Resources may
authorize work schedules for ext":- .ive, administrative or professional employees
which are comprised of eight (8) hours within twelve (12) or a forty (40) hour work
week in four, five or six consecutive days. Such change in the number of work days
shall not alter the basis for, nor entitlement to, receiving the same rights and
privileges as provided all five-day, forty hour-a-week employees.

63.

All classifications of employees having a normal work day of eight (8) hours within
nine (9) hours may voluntarily work in flex-time programs authorized by appointing
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III.A. WAGES
1.
80.

Employees of the Sheriffs Department:

For employees assigned to the Sheriffs Department, during the term of this agreement,
base wages shall be the same as the comparable Deputy Sheriff classes, as follows:

81.

Base wage of 8205 Institutional Police Sergeant will be the same as 8308
Sheriffs Sergeants.
Base wage of 8209 Institutional Police Lieutenant will be the same as 8310
Sheriffs Lieutenant.

When the equivalent classes ill the Deputy Sheriff division receive an increase in base
wages, the base wages of the IPOA classes assigned to the Sheriffs Department will
increase at the same time and in the same amounts during the term of this agreement
without it being necessary for the IPOA or any member of the bargaining Unit to
initiate action. A copy of the :)eputy Sheriff agreement on wages is attached hereto as
Attachment B.

III.B. NORMAL WORK SCHEDULES


82.

Regular Work Day. Unless agreed upon by the City and the Union as set forth below
under the heading "Alternate Work Schedule", a regular workday is a tour of duty of
eight (8) hours of work completed within not more than twenty-four (24) hours. There
shall be no split shift.

83.

Regular Work Week. The Appointing Authority shall determine the work schedule for
employees in his/her department. Unless agreed upon by the Union and the City as set
forth below under the heading "Alternate Work Schedule", a regular workweek is a tour
of duty of five (5) consecutive days within a seven (7) day period. However, employees
who are moving from one shift or one work schedule to another may be required to
work in excess of five (5) wading days in conjunction with changes in their work shifts
or schedules.

84.

Alternate Work Schedule. By mutual agreement, the City and the Union may enter into
cost equivalent alternate work schedules for some or all represented employees. Such
alternate work schedules may include, but are not limited to, core hours flex-time; fulltime work weeks of le= han five (5) days; or a combination of features mutually
agreeable to the parties. Such changes in the work schedule shall not alter the basis for,
or entitlement to, receiving the same rights and privileges as those provided to
employees on five (5) day, forty (40) hour a week schedules.

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I, 2014

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3(, 2017

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MEMORANDUM

OF UNDERSTANDING

OF SAN FRANCISCO

AND

SAN FRA1~CISCO INSTITUTIONAL POLICE OFFICERS AsSOCIATION

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III.A. WAGES
117.

All base wage calculations shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.
employees will receive the following base wage increases:
Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015:

3.25%

Represented

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%:::: CPI-U::::
3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-U, but no less than 2% and no greater
than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPI-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Stat.stical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.

118.

Employees appointed to the following classifications shall enter at Step 5:


3422 Park Section Supervisor
3430 Chief Nursery Specialist
3436 Tree Topper Supervisor I
7215 General Laborer Supervisor 1
7220 Asphalt Finisher Supervisor I
7246 Sewer Repair Supervisor II
7281 Street Environmental Services Operations Supervisor

119.

3417 Gardeners and 7514 Laborers appointed after completing the full curriculum of a
State-certified apprenticeship program or equivalent coursework when approved by the
Apprenticeship Committee shall enter at Step 5. If completion of the full curriculum occurs
after appointment, such employees shall be moved to Step 5 upon curriculum completion.

III.B. MAINTENANCE AND CHARGES


120.

Charges and deductions for all maintenance, such as housing, meals, laundry, etc.,
furnished to and accepted by employees shall be made on timerolls and payrolls in
accordance with a schedule of maintenance charges fixed and determined in the Annual
Salary Ordinance.

Memorandum of Understanding July 1,2014- June 30, 2017

City and County of San Francisco


Laborers,

Local 261

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IlIA. Wages
80.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%::; Cf'I U::;
3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPT-U, but no less than 2% and no greater
than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPI-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statstical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price i.idex from February 2015 to February 2016.
81.

All base wages shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

82.

The 8148/8556 (SFERS) - Chief District Attorney's Investigator pay plan shall be the same as
the 0941 - Manager VI classification.

83.

The 8150/8558 (SFERS) - Principal District Attorney's Investigator, Special Unit pay plan
shall be the same as the 0931 - Mar.ager III classification.

84.

The 8315/8516 (SFERS) - Assistant Sheriff pay plan shall be the same as the 0954 - Deputy
Director IV classification.

85.

The 8330/8576 (SFERS) - Director, Log Cabin Ranch pay plan shall be the same as the 0922Manager I classification.

86.

The 8344/8580 (SFERS) - Director, Juvenile Hall pay plan shall be the same as the 0923 Manager II classification.

87.

The 8348/8518 (SFERS) - Undersheriff


Director IV classification.

88.

The 8413/(8582 (SFERS) - Assistant Chief Probation Officer pay plan shall be the same as the
0953 -- Deputy Director III classification.

pay plan shall be the same as the 0954 - Deputy

City and County of San Francisco and


Municipal Executives

Association

July 1,2014 - June 30, 2017


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III.A. WAGES
118.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11,20[4:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25~1o,depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%::;
CPI-V::; 3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-V, but no less than 2%
and no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price IndexAll Urban Consumers (CPI-V), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for
the San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be
calculated using the percentage change in price index from February 2015 to
February 2016.
119.

All base wage increases shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

III.B. 'VORK SCHEDULES


1.
120.

NORMAL WORK SCHEDULES


A normal workday is a tour of duty of eight (8) hours completed within not more than
nine (9) hours. A normal work week is a tour of duty on each of five (5) consecutive
days from Monday through Friday. Any work performed on Saturdays, Sundays
holidays or before the regular scheduled daily starting time or after eight (8) hours of
work shall be paid for at the rate of time and one-half. Employees covered by this
Agreement shall be entitled to a minimum of 14 calendar days' notice if assigned to a
different shift. Such changes will take place following completion ofthe employee's
normal work week.

121.

All classifications of employees having a normal work day of eight (8) hours within
nine (9) hours may voluntarily work in flex-time programs authorized by appointing
officers and may voluntarily work more than or less than eight (8) hours within
twelve (12) hours, provided, that the employee must work five (5) days a week,
eighty (80) hours per payroll period, and must execute a document stating that the
employee is voluntarily participating in a flex-time program and waiving any rights
he or she may have on the same subject.

122.

a.

The Employee Relations Division of the Department of Human Resources


may authorize any department head, board or commission to meet and confer
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A.

WAGES

247.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015:

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase between
2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%::: CPI-U::: 3.00%) +
0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-V, but no less than 2% and no greater than 3%,
plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-V, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPI-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
248.

All base wage calculations shall be rounded to the nearest salary schedule.

B.

WORK SCHEDULES
Normal Work Schedules
1.

Normal Work Day

249.

A normal work day is a tour of duty of eight (8) hours completed within not more than nine
(9) hours.

250.

If an alternative work day of either ten (10) or twelve (12) hours is, or has been, established
by mutual agreement, the shift shall be considered normal for the affected employees.
2.

Normal Work Week

251.

A normal work week is a tour of duty comprised of fixed consecutive scheduled days of
work and fixed consecutive days off within a period of seven (7) days.

252.

Alternative work weeks can be established by mutual agreement. Employees shall have two
consecutive days off except by mutual agreement of the parties.
3.

Exceptions

253.

a.

The 20-20 education programs

254.

b.

Specially funded training programs to be determined by the parties;

255.

c.

6-Day work week for educational and training courses.


Represented employees may, on a voluntary basis, with approval of the
appointing officer, consistent with scheduling requirements, work a forty-

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III.A. WAGES
104.

Represented employees will receive the following wage increases:

105.

a.

Effective October 11,2014

3%

106.

b.

Effective October 10,2015

3.25%

107.

c.
Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base
wage increase between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and
calculated as (2.00%:S CPI-U:S 3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the
CPI-U, but no less than 2% and no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.

108.

In calculating CP:'-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price
Index - All Urban Consumers (CPI-V), as reported by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics for the San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate
shall be calculated using the percentage change in price index from February
2015 to February 2016.

III.B. WORK SCHEDULES


I 09.

For all employees covered by the provisions of this MOU (except for classifications
subject to the alternative work schedule within the Wastewater Enterprise who shall
be compensated in conformity with the Work and Pay Rules attached hereto as
Appendix "A") the normal work day shall be eight (8) consecutive hours for Watch
Engineers and eight (8) hours within eight and one-half (8-112) hours for maintenance
engineers. Watch Engineers shall be permitted sixteen (16) hours off between the
end of his or her regular shift and the beginning of his or her next shift. Maintenance
engineers shall be permitted fifteen and one-half (15-112) hours offbetween the end
of his or her shift and the beginning of his or her next shift. The normal work week
for such classes shall be fatty (40) hours of five (5) consecutive days, except that
engineers assigned to rotating shifts may work six (6) or seven (7) consecutive days
before receiving their consecutive days off. Any work performed outside of this
designated schedule shall be paid at the overtime rate of time-and-one-half (1-112).
Except in emergency situations, the City and the Union agree that prior to any
changes in '"'1it work schedules, the Union will be given notice and an opportunity to
meet with the appropriate department(s) regarding the proposed change.

110.

For all employees covered by the provisions of this MOU working a ten (10) hour
schedule, 'he normal work day shall be ten (10) consecutive hours for watch
engineers and ten (10) hours within ten and one-half (1 0-1/2) hours for maintenance
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By and Between
The City and County of San Francisco and Stationary Engineers, Local 39
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A.

WAGES

136.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11, 20l4:

3%

Effective October 10, 20 l5:

3.25%

Effective July 1, 20 16, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%
CPI-U:::; 3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-U, but no less than 2%
and no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.

:s

In calculating cpr-u, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index
- All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for
the San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The growth rate shall be
calculated using the percentage change in price index from February 2015 to
February 2016.

137.

Effective October 11, 2014, active represented employees of Teamsters, Local 856 MultiUnit in the 8322/8568 Senior Counselor classification shall receive a one-time wage
adjustment of an additional two percent (2%) to their base wages.

138.

Base wages of SFERS classifications 8568 (Senior Counselor JUV (SFERS and 8572
(Supervising Counselor JUV (SFERS shall be maintained at the same level as
classifications 8322 (Senior Counselor- JUV (PERS and 8324 (Supervising CounselorJUY (PERS), respectively.
.

l39.

All base wage calculations shall be rounded to the nearest salary schedule.

B.

ADDITIONAL

COMPENSATlON

Wage Corrections, Adjustments,


140.

and Studies

Employees in classes 3372, 3370 and 1434 in the Department of Animal Care and
Control may advance to Step 6 upon completion of two (2) years of service at Step 5.
Lead Person Pay

141.

Employees in classification 7444 Parking Meter Repairer designated in writing by their


supervisor or foreman as a lead person shall be entitled to a $5.00 per day premium when
required to plan, design, sketch.Tayout, detail, estimate, order matei.als and take the lead
on any job and direct the work of at least three other persons who are assigned.

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A.

WAGES

132.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11, 20lL.;

3%

Effective October 10,201:,

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%:S
CPI-U:S 3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-U, but no less than 2% and
no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price IndexAll Urban Consumers (CP:--U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the
San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated
using the percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
133.

All base wage calculations shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

B.

WORK SCHEDULES
1.

Normal Work Schedule

134.

For the purpose of computing hours of work, work time will include: all regularly scheduled
work; all work performed at the request of the employee's Supervisor or Manager; all time spent
attending meetings, whether on or off the employee's regular work site, at the request of the
employee's supervisor or manager or other manager with authority to call a meeting; and
employees in classification 2806 and 2808 shall not be required to conduct follow-up home
telephone calls after work hours.

135.

A normal workday is a tour of duty of eight (8) hours completed within not more than nine (9)
hours. A normal workweek is a tour of duty on each of five (5) days within a seven (7) day
period. Any change to the current Monday through Friday work schedule or current work hours
shall be subject to meet & confer as provided in Article LB. In addition, a shift often (10) hours
or twelve (12) hours per day may be authorized by the Department as normal for employees
covered by this CBA provided that the shift will not result in more than eighty (80) hours of
scheduled work per payroll period.

136.

All employees shall be eligible to participate in a flexible work schedule which in addition to a
normal five (5)-consecutive, eight (8)-hour days ("5/8"), may with the permission of
management substitute a four (4)-consecutive, ten (l O)-hour days ("4110"), or a nine (9)-hour,
nine (9)-days (less one hour) ("9/80") work schedule. In no case shall this scheduling result in
more than eighty (80) scheduled hours of work per payroll period.

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO AND

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III.A.

WAGES

105.

All base wage increases shall be rounded to the nearest salary grade.

106.

The biweekly schedules of compensation contained in this agreement for the classifications
indicated will be adjusted to an hourly amount by dividing said schedule by 80 and then
multiplying by the number of hours of employment of the particular classification in a biweekly period to the nearest whole cent to determine the bi-weekly rate of pay.

107.

Unit-Wide Base Wage Increases


All members of the bargaining unit shall receive the following base wage increases:
Effective October 11,2014-:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00% ::::
CPI-U:::: 3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-U, but no less than 2% and
no greater than 3%, plus 0.25%.
In calculating CPI-U, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index All Urban Consumers (Cl'l-U), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the
San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated
using the percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
Internal Adjustments
108.

Effective July 1, 2015, the following


adjustments:

classification

shall receive the specified

internal

7338 Electrical Line Worker: 3.4 % wage increase


III.B.

MAINTENANCE

109.

Charges and deductions for all maintenance, such as housing, meals, laundry, etc., furnished
to and accepted by employees shall be made on timerolls and payrolls in accordance with a
schedule of maintenance charges fixed and determined in the Annual Salary Ordinance.

III.C.

WORK SCHEDULES
1.

110.

AND CHARGES

NORMAL WORK SCHEDULES

Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, a "normal work day" is a tour of duty of eight
(8) hours completed within not more than nine (9) hours. The normal work week for
employees covered by this agreement is 40 hours.
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ARTICLE Ill:

PAY, HOURS AND BENEFITS

HI.A. WAGES
144.

The wage rates for the employees covered by this agreement shall be rounded to the
nearest salary grade. The Human Resources Department will prepare a salary grade to
reflect the appropriate compensation for each classification covered by this Agreement
as of July 1, 2014 no later than September 30, 2014.
The Agreement shall be
administratively amended 1:0 include the salary grade and shall be attached to the
Agreement as Appendix B, with notice to the Union.

145.

Represented employees will receive the following base wage increases:


Effective as of the first full pay period beginning in October, 2014:

3%

Effective as of the first full pay period beginning in October, 2015:

3.25%

Effective July 1,2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase
between 2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00%:S CPI-U:S
3.00%) + 0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-V, but no less than 2% and no greater
than 3%, plus 0.25%.
Tncalculating CPI-V, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPI-V), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
III.B.

ADDITIONAL COMPEN:~ATION
1. Wage Corrections, Adjustments, and Studies

146.

In addition to the general wage increases provided for above, additional pay increases
and adjustments shall apply as described in this section.
a. Fire Safety Inspector~

147.

1.)

Parity. Fire Safety Inspectors shall receive parity on salary, overtime, holidays,
and educational incentives as it pertains to the H-4 Inspector classification.

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2.)

Fire Protection Engineers - Holidays. Fire Protection Engineers (5215) shall


receive compensatory time equal to the computed rate authorized for the H-4
classification. The Fire Department may elect to suspend the compensatory time
for the 5215 classification and replace it with income at the 5215's rate.
Effective July 1, 2014 the base wage for classification 5215 Fire Protection
Engineer shall be increased by 6%. Additionally, effective July 1, 2014 and
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ARTICLE III - PAY, HOURS AND BENEFITS


III.A. WAGES

87.

Represented employees shall receive the following base wage increases:


Effective October 11,2014:

3%

Effective October 10, 2015

3.25%

Effective July 1, 2016, represented employees will receive a base wage increase between
2.25% and 3.25%, depending on inflation, and calculated as (2.00% :::;CPI-V :::;3.00%) +
0.25%, which is equivalent to the CPI-V, but no less than 2% and no greater than 3%, plus
0.25%.
In calculating CPI-V, the Controller's Office shall use the Consumer Price Index - All
Urban Consumers (CPT-V), as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San
Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area. The growth rate shall be calculated using the
percentage change in price index from February 2015 to February 2016.
88.

All base wage calculations shall be rounded to the nearest salary schedule.

89.

8177, 8181, 8182, 8183 and 8190. Due to the high level of responsibility required of senior
attorneys at the Trial Attorney (8177), Assistant Chief Attorney (8181), Head Attorney
(8182), Assistant Chief Attorney 2 (8183), and Office of Tax Collector Attorney (8190)
levels, represented attorneys who have five consecutive years of service at the sixteenth step
of the 8177 job code or five consecutive years of service at the fifth step of the 8181, 8182,
8183, or 8190 job code shall receive a two percent (2%) wage increase. Attorneys serving at
the aforementioned fifth step of the 8181, 8182, 8183 or 8190 job code on July 1, 2014, shall
immediately be credited with time served at those steps for purposes of the wage increase set
forth in this paragraph and, as of July 1, 2014, shall receive the wage increase. The City
agrees that the wage increase provided in this paragraph is a part of covered gross pay and,
accordingly, is an element of compensation counted toward a represented attorney's
retirement under SFERS. For the purposes of this section only, a represented attorney will
be deemed to have five consecutive years of service at the sixteenth step of the 8177 or the
fifth step of the 8181,8182,8183 or 8190 job code even if the represented attorney's service
at the sixteenth or fifth step of such job code has been broken by a period of less than one
year due to the represented attorney's service in another attorney job code in the City.

90.

(1)

Time served in another attorney job code resulting from the attorney's promotion
shall not be counted towards the five years of serv. ,; required at either step sixteen
of the 8177 job code or step five in the 8181, 8182, 8183 or 8190 job code.

91.

(2)

Time served in another attorney job code resulting from the attorney's demotion shall
be counted towards the five years' service required < ': step sixteen in job code 8177
or step five in the 8181, ~182, 8183 or 8190 job code; however, the wage increase
referenced in this section shall not take effect unless and until the attorney is returned

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