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VI. Salaries

Section 1. Salary Ranges.

The salary ranges for the classifications covered by this agreement are listed below. Time worked between July 1, 2003 and June 30, 2005 shall not count for purposes of calculating movement on the salary ranges below. On July 1, 2012 all employees hired prior to January 1, 2012 will move to the 10 year rate. Employees hired after January 1, 2012 will be hired into the 0-12 month rate for each classification.

On July 1, 2013, all employees whose pay rates fall within the pay ranges in CLASS 8606 – Radio and Television Broadcast Technicians and CLASS 8607 – Senior Radio and Television Broadcast Technicians will receive a 2.5% general wage increase.

On July 1, 2014, all employees whose pay rates fall within the pay ranges in CLASS 8606 – Radio and Television Broadcast Technicians and CLASS 8607 – Senior Radio and Television Broadcast Technicians will receive a 2.5% general wage increase.

Class 8606 - Radio and Television Broadcast Techincian
  Effective 07/01/13 Effective 07/01/14
0-12 months 12.06 12.36
13-24 months 14.10 14.45
25-36 months 15.22 15.60
37-48 months 16.36 16.77
thereafter 17.98 18.43
10 year rate 18.87 19.34
Class 8607 - Senior Radio and Television Broadcast Techincian
  Effective 01/01/13 Effective 07/01/14
0-12 months 15.33 15.71
13-24 months 17.90 18.35
25-36 months 20.44 20.95
37-48 months 23.00 23.58
thereafter 25.54 26.18
10 year rate 27.12 27.80

Section 2. Shift Differential.

Employees working any assigned shift that begins before 6:00 A.M. or which ends on or after 7:00 P.M. shall receive a differential of sixty cents ($ .60) per hour for all hours worked on that shift in addition to their regular rate of pay. Employees working a day schedule who are required to work overtime as an extension of their regular shift or who are called back to work after the completion of their shift shall not be eligible for the shift differential.

Section 3. Lead Workers.

The designation of Lead Workers shall be at the sole discretion of the Employer, and Lead Workers may perform any of the duties of Technicians. If the Employer assigns an Employee the majority of the functions of directing, assigning, monitoring, reporting on, evaluating the work of and/or training/orientation of technicians covered by this agreement for more than five consecutive work days, that employee shall receive an additional minimum salary adjustment of 4% as a Lead Worker differential for all subsequent continuous hours assigned the above defined Lead Worker responsibilities.

Section 4. Saturday-Sunday Premium.

Effective with the signing of this agreement, work scheduled on Saturday or Sunday will be paid an additional premium of fifty cents ($ .50) per hour. This premium, however, will not apply where the work is compensated at the overtime rate.