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BHR-17.53 - Labor Agreement - Laborers Local 483 - Recreation - 2013

LABOR AGREEMENT - LABORERS LOCAL 483 - RECREATION - 2013

Binding City Policy

BCP-BHR-17.53


 

Link to Exhibit A - Tentative Agreement  (PDF Document, 1 MB)

 

PURPOSE

 

Section 1. The Council finds:

 

1.  The City and Laborers Local 483 – Recreation (Laborers Local 483) are parties to a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) effective July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013 (the 2010-2013 CBA).

 

2.  Laborers Local 483 is the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for all classifications listed at Schedule “A” in the 2010-2013 CBA.

 

3.  On or about March 11, 2013, pursuant to the City’s obligations under ORS 243.650 et seq., representatives of the City entered into negotiations for a successor CBA with Laborers Local 483.

 

4.  On December 19, 2013, representatives of the City and Laborers Local 483 signed a Tentative Agreement (Agreement), Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, that outlines the terms and conditions of employment for employees covered by the Recreation bargaining unit for the period of July 1, 2013 to a date undetermined (the successor CBA).

 

5.  The Agreement meets the City’s bargaining interests by securing a successor labor agreement and agreeing to wage increases and other terms and conditions of employment.

 

6.  As of the date this ordinance is submitted, Laborers Local 483 is expected to ratify the Agreement on or before January 14, 2014.

 

7.  The Agreement continues to apply the principles of total compensation as the basis for bargaining all monetary subjects and ties general compensation to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). General wage increases will continue to be tied to the Portland CPI-W.

 

8.  Upon ratification by City Council, bargaining unit members will receive a salary increase of fifty percent (.9%) of the annual increase in the Portland CPI-W for the first year of the successor CBA retroactive to August 29, 2013. Salary rates for FY Two through the final year of the successor CBA are to be increased by 100% of the annual increase in the Portland CPI-W, adjusted on July 1 each year. However, in no event shall the salary increase FY Two through the final year of the successor CBA be less than one percent or greater than five percent.

 

9.  The successor CBA will continue the current health insurance premium share at 95 percent / 5 percent for the life of the successor CBA.

 

10.  The parties have agreed to adopt the language that will be in the successor agreement between the City and the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU) for Article 6, Job Security and Outside Contracting. Until such time a DCTU successor agreement between the City and the DCTU is in place, the language in the 2010-2013 CBA will apply.

 

11.  The parties have also agreed to adopt the same duration date that will be in the successor agreement between the DCTU and the City.

 

12.  The successor CBA provides for a Professional Development Fund (PDF) in the amount of $15,000 per fiscal year for each year of the successor CBA. Portland Parks & Recreation will administer the program. The new article that establishes the PDF will sunset upon the expiration date of the successor CBA.

 

13.  The successor CBA provides for a classification and compensation market survey and job description review to begin in or about August 2014. The results will be provided to Laborers Local 483 prior to the expiration of the successor CBA.

 

14.  The successor CBA provides that the City may employ recreation support persons on a limited basis in the maximum amount of 1,600 hours per calendar year, with the number of recreation support persons employed by the City to gradually decrease over the course of the successor CBA. The cost associated with this provision will not impact the current service level budget for Portland Parks & Recreation.

 

15.  The graveyard shift previously was defined as a shift that begins between 7:00 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. Effective with the successor CBA, the graveyard shift will be defined to begin anytime between 7:00 p.m. and 4:59 a.m.

 

16.  The terms and conditions of the successor CBA shall conform substantially to a form similar to Exhibit A.

 

17.  The Mayor, the Human Resources Director and the City Auditor shall be authorized to execute the successor CBA with approval as to form by the assigned Deputy City Attorney.

 


 

POLICY

 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Council directs:

 

a.  The Mayor, the Human Resources Director and the City Auditor are authorized to execute the successor agreement between the City and Laborers Local 483 relating to the terms and conditions of employment for represented employees in the Recreation bargaining unit, with approval as to form by the assigned Deputy City Attorney.

 

b.  The successor CBA shall conform to a form similar to the Agreement attached as Exhibit A.

 

c.  The City is authorized to pay for all funds associated with the successor CBA from the General Fund.

 

d.  This ordinance is binding City policy.

 

Section 2. The Council declares that an emergency exists in order to avoid an unnecessary delay in the orderly implementation of the provisions of the successor CBA; therefore, this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the Council.

 

Link to Exhibit A - Tentative Agreement  (PDF Document, 1 MB)

 


HISTORY

 

Emergency Ordinance No. 186428, passed by City Council and effective January 22, 2014.


Table of Contents
BHR-17.01 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2004-2006
BHR-17.02 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2002-2006
BHR-17.03 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association - Vacation Banking
BHR-17.04 - Labor Agreement - Remittance Technician Terms of Employment
BHR-17.05 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Water Security Specialist
BHR-17.06 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Settlement Agreement
BHR-17.07 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Parking Code Enforcement Officer
BHR-17.08 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Inspector And Plans Examiner
BHR-17.09 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Water Operations Mechanic
BHR-17.10 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Storekeeper/Acquisitions Specialist
BHR-17.11 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Storekeeper/Acquisitions Specialist III
BHR-17.12 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Information Technology Classifications
BHR-17.13 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2007-2010
BHR-17.14 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Recreation - 2007-2010
BHR-17.15 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Wild Land Fires
BHR-17.16 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association
BHR-17.17 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2006-2010
BHR-17.18 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2006-2010
BHR-17.19 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2006-2010
BHR-17.20 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 - 2006-2010
BHR-17.21 - Labor Agreement - Memorandum of Agreement with Portland Police Commanding Officers Association
BHR-17.22 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Certain Represented Employees
BHR-17.23 - Labor Agreement - Letter of Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications
BHR-17.24 - Labor Agreement - Letter of Understanding - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications
BHR-17.25 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2005-2007
BHR-17.26 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Certain Represented Employees in Water Bureau
BHR-17.27 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2007-2011
BHR-17.28 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Parking Meter Technician Pay Rate
BHR-17.29 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association Local 43 - 2007-2010
BHR-17.30 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Environmental Policy Analyst
BHR-17.31 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Recreation - 2010-2013
BHR-17.32 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighter's Association - 2010-2012
BHR-17.33 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.34 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2010-2013
BHR-17.35 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Recreation - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.36 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.37 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.38 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Wastewater Operators - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.39 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2011-2014
BHR-17.40 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - Amendments and Grievance Settlement
BHR-17.41 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Certain Represented Employees
BHR-17.42 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-H - 2012-2015
BHR-17.43 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Represented Employees and Commerical Driver's License
BHR-17.44 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 - Represented Employees in Surveyor Classification Series
BHR-17.45 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 - Letter of Agreement for Carolyne Haycraft
BHR-17.46 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association and Portland Police Bureau - Settlement Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding
BHR-17.47 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 and Portland Bureau of Transportation - Scheduling Parking Enforcement Officers on Day After Thanksgiving - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.48 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 and Portland Bureau of Transportation - Holiday Pay for Parking Code Enforcement Officers - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.49 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association - 2012-2016
BHR-17.50 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2013-2017
BHR-17.51 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2013-2017
BHR-17.52 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2013-2015
BHR-17.53 - Labor Agreement - Laborers Local 483 - Recreation - 2013
BHR-17.54 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications - 2010-2013
BHR-17.55 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications - 2013-2016
BHR-17.56 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2013-2017