Chapter 3.88
LONGEVITY BENEFITS

Sections:

3.88.010    Eligibility.

3.88.020    Determination of Longevity Benefits.

3.88.030    Accrual rate for Longevity Benefits.

3.88.010 Eligibility.

Regular full-time employees and part-time employees regularly scheduled to work one-half or more of a normal work week shall be eligible and entitled to longevity benefits, provided they were employed in a regular position on or before December 1, 1982. New employees hired after December 1, 1982, shall not be eligible for or participate in the longevity program. (Ord. 82-56 § 2 (part), 1982; prior Code § 6.44.010)

3.88.020 Determination of Longevity Benefits.

Longevity benefits shall be determined by the length of continuous and aggregate County service. Unpaid leaves of absence and layoff periods of less than 12 months, or pay status of less than 70 percent per pay cycle will not count towards the length of aggregate service, and will not be considered a break in the employee’s continuous service eligibility. (Ord. 82-56 § 2 (part), 1982; prior Code § 6.44.020)

3.88.030 Accrual Rate for Longevity Benefits.

Longevity pay will be added to eligible employee’s base rate of pay as follows:

Two percent

When the employee completes the fourth accruable year of County employment.

Four percent

When the employee completes the ninth accruable year of County employment.

Six percent

When the employee completes the fourteenth accruable year of County employment.

Eight percent

When the employee completes the nineteenth accruable year of County employment.

(Ord. 82-56 § 2 (part), 1982; prior Code § 6.44.030)