FMPA Salary Survey

Question 6.1: If so, how is it structured?

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Member A
Member B 1 hour per day plus thwo hours perday on weekends and holidays. If called out a minimum of two hours overtime.
Member C $52.50 per weekend day or holiday that one is on-call; if a call-out occurs they get a minimum of 3 hours of comp time that can be used whenever they choose to
Member D
Member E Weekly standby (Elec./Water/Wastewater = $150 & Customer Service =$37.50); Standby/1 Holiday (Elec./Water/Wastewater = $206.25 & Customer Service =$56.25); Standby/2 Holidays (Elec./Water/Wastewater = $262.50 & Customer Service = $75)
Member F
Member G
Member H Stand-by at regular overtime with a 2-hour minimum.
Member I
Member J
Member K
Member L No separate pay plan, but we offer standby pay of an additional 3 hours straight time each week day, 4.5 hours each weekend day, and 5 hours on holidays.
Member M On call is $200 for a 7 day period
Member N
Member O The rate used per hour to calculate standby pay while officially on standby duty will be .0693 of the employee's normal hourly rate. For example: an employee who is officially on standby duty for 12 hours at a $20 hourly rate is called in for 2 hours. The employee's standby pay for that day is .0693 x 10 (12 hours normal standby hours less 2 hours actually worked) x $20, or $13.86.
Member P On call employees shall be credited with one-half hour, at the straight time rate, for each 8-hour period during which they are required to remain in an on call status beyond their normal work schedules. The minimum call back compensation shall be two hours at the overtime rate, beginning at the time the call is received by the employee.
Member Q Guarnteed minimum hours/compensation if called.
Member R
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