Below are Letters of Agreements (LOA’s), Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s – which are essentially the same as LOA’s), and Review Committee decisions (RC’s) from the current and previous contract cycles. For other documents and historical research, consult the ESC PG&E steward database or contact your Union Rep.
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Reduces Electric Planning DE’s locations down to four offices, although some incumbents in specific remote offices will stay behind. Also provides incentives for current DE’s to relocate sooner.
Due to the shortage of Expert Mappers, this allows for upgrades of Routine Mappers under certain conditions.
Extended the pilot program of not bargaining performance standards through 2016, and made adjustments to STIP ratings a possible remedy in STIP grievances. This was incorporated in to the 2016 contract.
Expands protections from Bishop Ranch studies to all “workspace utilization studies” using wireless monitors. Affirms that information gathered is anonymous and cannot be used for discipline or layoffs.
Updates to the Tuition Reimbursement program.
One-year pilot of “SME assignments” for Mappers: Establish a process for posting SME opportunities, selection of SME’s, and allow SME’s to do upgraded and bargaining unit work at the same time and receive upgraded pay.
Allows employees at General Office to work remotely due to closure of Market St. by “Superbowl City.”
Prioritizes the bids to DE vacancies in Sacramento for the DE’s affected by the upcoming re-organization.
Data from “under desk monitors” (used to study workspace usage) cannot be tied to individual employees, and will not be used for discipline or layoffs.
Provides bonus pay of 6-11% for 12-24 month commitments to stay in Gas Transmission Mapping.