Human Resource CommitteeJune 24, 2015 Print
HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE MEETING
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 – 6:15 p.m.
Council Chamber – Countryside City Hall
I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
Alderman Scott Musillami, Chairman
Alderman Robert Pondelicek, Member
Alderman Tom Mikolyzck, Member
III. Approval of HR Committee meeting minutes-March 3, 2015.
IV. Public Comment
V. Request approval of Memorandum of Agreement for clarification of FOP Collective Bargaining Agreement as it relates to a 12-hour shift schedule.
VI. Other Business
HUMAN RESOURCE COMMITTEE MEETING
CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, ILLINOIS
HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 24, 2015
Chairman Ald. Musillami called the meeting to order at 6:15 p.m. He called the Roll of those physically present as follows:
PRESENT:Alderman Scott Musillami, Chairman, Ald. Pondelicek, Ald. Mikolyzk
ALSO PRESENT:City Administrator Paul, Zoning Administrator Clarke, Asst. City Administrator Peterson, Mayor McDermott, Ald. Benson, Ald. Jasinski, Ald. Von Drasek, Attorney Peck
Approval of Minutes
Ald. Pondelicek moved to approve the minutes of March 3, 2015, as presented, seconded by Ald. Mikolyzk and carried unanimously.
Request Approval of Memorandum of
Agreement for Clarification of FOP Collective Bargaining Agreement as it Relates to a 12-hour Shift Schedule.
Police Chief Ford presented a Memorandum of Agreement between the City and the FOP. The memorandum serves to clarify language as it relates to officers moving to a 12-hour shift schedule. Chief Ford was approached in 2013 by members of the police department requesting the 12-hour schedule. We are hoping-and should see-an overtime cost savings because the schedule would prevent certain scenarios where overtime would be required. Hodgkins, Burbank, and Brookfield police departments all use this shift schedule. The Chief is interested in the best interests of the City and the Police Department. We never give up our management right of scheduling-and can change it back if desired. The schedule will be reviewed and evaluated in 6 months. We would need to let officers know the status in mid-December. The Union unanimously agreed to this new schedule. The Committee concurred with staff recommendation.
Ald. Musillami sought a motion to bring the issue to City Council. A motion was made by Ald. Pondelicek and seconded by Ald. Mikolyzk.
There being no further business to discuss, Ald. Musillami moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Ald. Mikolyzk and carried by Roll Call vote.
Chairman Musillami declared the meeting adjourned at 6:29 p.m.
Approved Alderman Scott Musillami, Chairman