PCSSD - Classified Personnel Policy Committee Minutes: March 11, 2015

Classified Personnel Policy Committee Minutes: March 11, 2015

The Classified Personnel Policy Committee met in Conference Room B of the Central Office at 1 p.m. on March 11, 2015. In attendance were Derek Scott, Julie Welfel, Becky Del Rio, Clint Walker, Charles Blake, Emry Chesterfield, Claude Johnson, and Loria Bryant. Bill Goff was not in attendance.

Chairperson Clint Walker called the meeting to order at 1:15 p.m. January and February 2015 minutes were distributed for approval. Emry Chesterfield moved and Charles Blake seconded the motion to approve both sets of minutes. Motion passed unanimously.

Old Business

Clint Walker – Reduction in Force Policy

The Classified PPC had a spirited discussion of the reduction in force proposed policy for the upcoming year. Decisions are tabled until a meeting on March 19, 2015.

New Business

Paul Brewer – JNSD Detachment – Classified Personnel Policy

Paul Brewer discussed the proposed JNPSD Detachment policy which was sent by the Community Advisory Board on March 9, 2015, to Tony Wood for his signature. If he signs it, it comes back to the PPC within ten days for revisions and then sent by the PPC to the Advisory Board. After discussion, this topic was tabled to the next meeting, until more information is obtained.

Emry Chesterfield moved to adjourn the meeting and Charles Blake seconded the motion. Motion passed.

Next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, 2015 in conference room B of the Central Office.

Respectfully submitted,
Becky Del Rio, Secretary
Approved April 8, 2015

After the meeting was adjourned and some of the members had left, Connie Laster stopped by to answer a question about the prorated paychecks.  This is included for your information but was not acted upon by the PPC.

Connie Laster – Prorated Paychecks

Connie Laster spoke to the Classified PPC to explain the one-time choice of prorating the paychecks.  Letters were submitted last summer to those who were eligible for this option and only about five employees took advantage of this opportunity.   It is a one-time decision for choice of prorating the salary for consistency of paychecks.  New hires have the option at time of employment.  If an employee has a question regarding this policy, they may contact Connie Laster at the Central Office.