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MCER NO. 21-04AM:  PROPOSED OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES REGULATION - Amendments to Montgomery County Personnel Regulations on Performance-based Pay for Unrepresented Employees

 

SUMMARY:  The proposed regulation is being readvertised because substantial changes have been made to the earlier advertised version.  This regulation amends MCPR Section 10, Employee Compensation, and Section 11, Performance Planning and Evaluation, to provide lump sum performance-based pay awards for employees in positions on the general salary schedule who receive annual overall performance ratings of "Exceptional" performance or "Highly Successful" performance.  In addition to the original version, the regulation was amended to add the following:  in Section 10, rounding of overtime was eliminated; in Section 12, Service Increments, 20-year longevity/performance increments were provided for employees in positions on the general salary schedule with 20 years of service who receive overall performance ratings of "Exceptional" or "Highly Successful" for 2 consecutive years; and Section 16-13, Appeal of annual leave or PTO decision, was renumbered. 

 

COMMENTS:  Written comments must be submitted by November 30, 2005, to Carol M. Rollins, Office of Human Resources, Labor Team, Executive Office Building, 7th Floor, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, Maryland  20850; carol.rollins@montgomerycountymd.gov, 240/777-5052. 

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 1994, Section 33-7(b). 
Method 1.

 

COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REGULATION:  A copy of the proposed regulation may be obtained from Debra Boyd., Office of Human Resources, Labor Team, EOB,  7th  Floor, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, Maryland  20850, 240/777-5053.


  

MCER NO. 23-05:  PROPOSED OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REGULATION - Financial Disclosure

 

SUMMARY:  The proposed regulation designates those public employees that the County Executive requires to file a public, limited public, or confidential financial disclosure statement.  This amendment constitutes the annual revision of this regulation and establishes a process for identifying specific employees who must file a financial disclosure statement.  The proposed regulation would supersede Executive Regulation 23-04.

 

COMMENTS:  Written comments must be submitted by November 30, 2005, to Edward B. Lattner, Office of the County Attorney, 101 Monroe Street, 3rd Floor, Rockville, Maryland  20850; Edward.lattner@montgomerycountymd.gov; 240/777-6735.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 1994, Section 19A-17. 
Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REGULATION:  A copy of the proposed regulation may be obtained from Tammy Seymour, Office of the County Attorney, 101 Monroe Street, 3rd Floor, Rockville, Maryland  20850; 240/777-6789.

 


MCER NO. 24-05:  PROPOSED OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES REGULATION - MCPR Amendments to Include a Salary Schedule for Physicians

 

SUMMARY:  The proposed regulation amends Montgomery County Personnel Regulations Section 9, Classification, and Section 10, Employee Compensation, to add references to a new salary schedule for physicians.

 

COMMENTS:  Written comments must be submitted by November 30, 2005, to Carol M. Rollins, Office of Human Resources, Labor Team, Executive Office Building, 7th Floor, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, Maryland  20850; carol.rollins@montgomerycountymd.gov, 240/777-5052. 

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 1994, Section 33-7(b). 
Method 1.

 

COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REGULATION:  A copy of the proposed regulation may be obtained from Debra Boyd., Office of Human Resources, Labor Team, EOB,  7th  Floor, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville, Maryland  20850; 240/777-5053.

 

 

MCER NO. 25-05:  PROPOSED DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION REGULATION - Disruptive Behavior  Recreation Programs

 

SUMMARY:  The proposed regulation authorizes the Department of Recreation to restrict the participation of disruptive persons in County-sponsored recreational programs.

 

COMMENTS:  Written comments must be submitted by November 30, 2005, to Mr. Jeffrey Bourne, Department of Recreation, 4010 Randolph Rd., Silver Spring, Maryland  20902; jeffrey.bourne@montgomerycountymd.gov, 240/777-6814.  TTY/240/777-6871.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 1994, Section 41-4.  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REGULATION:  A copy of the proposed regulation may be obtained from Jeffrey Bourne, Department of Recreation, 4010 Randolph Rd., Silver Spring, Maryland  20902;240/777-6814; TTY 240/777-6874.

 

 

 

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