[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Jefferson as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Article I Direct Deposit
Article II Personnel Practices
[Adopted 2-18-2015 by Ord. No. 1-15]
Editor's Note: This ordinance was originally adopted as Ch. 194 but was renumbered to maintain the organization of the Code.
The net pay of all full-time employees of the Township, including regular part-time Township employees, shall be made by direct deposit only to a financial institution designated by the employee.
The Chief Financial Officer of the Township shall be responsible for implementing the provisions of this article, and for the payment of all employees' compensation through direct deposit.
[Adopted 2-18-2015 by Ord. No. 5-15]
Editor's Note: This ordinance was originally adopted as Ch. 360 but was renumbered to maintain the organization of the Code.
The Mayor is hereby authorized to establish, and from time to time to amend, personnel policies and procedures, including rules concerning the hiring and termination of employees, terms and conditions of employment, and regulations required to comply with applicable federal and state employment related laws. Said policies shall be incorporated in a written Policy Manual, to be kept on file at the office of the Township Administrator and office of the Township Clerk. The personnel policies and procedures adopted pursuant to this article shall be applicable to all employees, prospective employees, municipal officials, and volunteers. The Township Council shall, by resolution, approve, reject, or amend any personnel policies formulated and issued by the Mayor.
The Administrator shall be responsible to implement and enforce the personnel policies adopted by the Mayor and authorized by resolution of the Township Council. If there is a conflict between said personnel practices and any duly adopted and lawful collective bargaining agreements, personnel services contract, or federal or state law, the terms and conditions of said agreement, contract or laws shall prevail.