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  Agenda Item   22.    
City Council Meeting
Meeting Date: 03/07/2023  
FROM: Bill Gallardo

Approval of the Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy
Adopt Resolution No. 2023-013, approving the Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy.
Periodically, the City Council updates the Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy to reflect changes in salaries and benefits affecting our part-time employees.  At times, updates are implemented based on changes required by law, such as minimum wage.  The last market survey for our part-time classifications was conducted in 2006.  The market study for this year was needed based on the minimum wage increases over the past several years to see where we fell within the market and the compaction it caused.

A recent part-time classification salary survey was conducted by Sloan Sokai in January 2023, which reviewed nine comparable cities that are used for all positions in the organization.  There were several part-time positions that fell below median and the new proposed increase will bring them to median and address the compaction between several classifications within the same job family.
Position  Current Top Step Proposed Top Step
Community Services Leader $18.88 $19.82
Senior Community Services Leader $19.83 $21.81
Community Services Coordinator  $20.83 $24.57
Lifeguard/Instructor  $18.88 $20.31
Senior Lifeguard/Instructor  $19.83 $22.46
Shuttle Driver $22.77 $27.60
Facilities Worker  $19.83 $21.81
Police Cadet  $17.98 $20.34

Positions not included in the above list are: Administrative Intern, Community Services Worker, Mail Room Stores Clerk and Technical Intern, which are all tied to minimum wage, and therefore, would remain at $15.50 per hour effective January 1, 2023.

Also included are updates to the Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy that include language clean up.  There are no substantial changes associated with these updates.
The Finance Committee reviewed staff’s recommendation at their February 28, 2023, meeting and recommended for Council approval.
The Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy market survey increases include a total of 70 employees in part-time classifications.  The estimated fiscal impact of these increases is $128,024 which will be included in the budget for FY 2023-25.

This action approves amending the City’s Part-Time Employment and Benefits Policy.
William Gallardo, City Manager
Prepared by: Sean L. Matlock, Deputy Director of Community Services
Concurrence: Chris Emeterio, Assistant City Manager and
Kristin Griffith, Director of Administrative Services 
PT Employment and Benefit Policy

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