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File #: 21-556    Version: 1 Name: A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Human Resources, the Office of the Comptroller, and the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture reallocate the pay grades for all lifeguard positions, provide retention bonuses, cover training
Type: Resolution Status: Signed
File created: 6/15/2021 In control: County Clerk
On agenda: Final action: 8/9/2021
Title: A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Human Resources, the Office of the Comptroller, and the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture reallocate the pay grades for all lifeguard positions, provide retention bonuses, cover training costs for lifeguards, and create a new seasonal park worker position to attract new hires and encourage employee retention and authorizing and directing an appropriation transfer request in the amount of $124,304 from Org. Unit 1800-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to effectuate such measures.
Sponsors: Eddie Cullen, Steven Shea, Sheldon Wasserman, Shawn Rolland, Ryan Clancy, Patti Logsdon, Marcelia Nicholson, Felesia A. Martin, Jason Haas, Joseph J. Czarnezki, Sylvia Ortiz-Velez, Priscilla Coggs-Jones
Attachments: 1. 21-556 RESOLUTION, 2. 21-556 FISCAL NOTE, 3. 21-556 COUNTY BOARD RESOLUTION, 4. 21-556 SIGNATURE PAGE
Related files: 20-733, 21-415, 20-250, 21-782, 21-937

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A resolution authorizing and directing the Department of Human Resources, the Office of the Comptroller, and the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture reallocate the pay grades for all lifeguard positions, provide retention bonuses, cover training costs for lifeguards, and create a new seasonal park worker position to attract new hires and encourage employee retention and authorizing and directing an appropriation transfer request in the amount of $124,304 from Org. Unit 1800-1945 - Appropriation for Contingencies to  Org. Unit 9000 - Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to effectuate such measures.

 

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