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Employee Handbook 2021-2022

Addendum B: SECTION 7 COMPENSATION

7.3 Longevity Pay

Employees shall receive longevity pay as hereinafter provided:

Continuous service will include all time during which an employee is actively at work or on the payroll, or may be off work due to a compensable injury or sickness covered by provisions of the Worker’s Compensation Act.

The longevity percentage payments, calculated to the nearest dollar shall be:

  1. At beginning of 49th month 3% increase over base salary.

  2. At beginning of 80th month 4.5% increase over base salary.

  3. At beginning of 109th month 6% increase over base salary.

  4. At beginning of 134th month 7% increase over base salary.

  5. At beginning of 157th month 8% increase over base salary.

  6. At beginning of 181st month 9% increase over base salary.

  7. At beginning of 205th month 10% increase over base salary.

  8. At beginning of 229th month 11% increase over base salary.

  9. At beginning of 253rd month 11.5% increase over base salary.

  10. At beginning of 280th month 12% increase over base salary.

  11. At beginning of 304th month 13% increase over base salary.

Longevity pay shall be added to an employee’s base pay and shall be considered as part of base pay.

Longevity payments shall be effective on the first day of the biweekly pay period in which the required length of service is completed. Ten-month employees shall only be credited with ten (10) months of service in any one-year period for the purpose of determining their placement on the longevity pay schedule. Nine-month employees shall only be credited with nine (9) months of service in any one-year period for the purpose of determining their placement on the longevity pay schedule. Employees who work beyond their nine (9) or ten (10) month schedule shall receive longevity credit for their additional service.