Unrepresented Confidential employees and Unrepresented employees who are called back to work after having completed the normal shift and after having left the work site, shall be entitled to receive a minimum of two (2) hours or for each hour actually worked, whichever is greater, at the rate of one and one-half (1 1⁄2) times the employee’s base hourly rate of pay. Time worked, for which to employee is entitled to call-back compensation, shall include reasonable travel time to and from the employee’s residence via the shortest commonly traveled route. No employee shall continue to receive standby pay once called back to work or while receiving call back pay for hours worked, or while guaranteed minimum is paid. For purposes of computing overtime, only time actually worked and travel time shall be considered. The County shall not pay an employee for call-back pay, standby pay, and phone work pay during the same period of time. Notwithstanding other provisions of this Resolution, each person employed as an Unrepresented Extra Help employee in a position wherein the salary scale is established pursuant to a negotiated Memorandum of Understanding between the County and other unions shall be paid at the same rate and manner as other employees in the Bargaining Unit when called back.
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