How Will Employees Be Paid?
As of March 19, 2020, at 5:01 pm, all County Employees are considered Disaster Service Workers. This affects timecard coding. All permanent employees are Disaster Service Workers (DSW) and will likely be required to work during the COVID-19 pandemic which includes working at emergency response facilities in a variety of day, evening, and night shifts, depending on needs and available DSW’s. As a DSW, employees will likely be assigned to locations, duties and work hours outside of their normal job responsibilities. For example: if you normally work 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at your office, you may be scheduled to work 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at a different work location. You may be scheduled to work a 12-hour shift. Any applicable MOU or overtime provisions will apply while working as a DSW. This requirement for working as a DSW is governed by both State and County law. If employees are at work or available to work, they will be paid salary and benefits as if they are working their regular schedule. Each department has designated personnel that will coordinate the coding of timecards if you are unable to do so yourself from home.
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*This document will be updated as new information becomes available. Last updated: 01/04/2021*