PARTIES; DEFINITIONS; WHO IS AN EMPLOYEE? (SEE 502 AND 1309) – Supervisors
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200.04000 – Supervisors
The performance of any one supervisory function renders an employee supervisory; p. 15. The performance of supervisory duties must involve the use of independent judgment. The opportunity to make a a clear choice between two or more significant alternate courses of action without broad review or approval. Routine or clerical decision making precludes a supervisory status finding; p. 16. Allocating regular work assignments, altering regular work schedules, assigning specific additional tasks and reviewing and correcting work demonstrate supervisory status; If the work is so routine or structured that assigning the work is ministerial, not supervisory; p. 16. Authorizing overtime and granting time off without prior approval indicates supervisory status; p. 17. If the final hiring, discipline and salary decision is reserved to persons far removed from an employee's immediate supervisor, the If the final hiring, discipline and salary decision is reserved to persons far removed from an employee's immediate supervisor, the afforded great weight; p. 17. Conducting evaluations, or effectively recommending the outcome of the evaluation process, indicates supervisory status. Evaluations subject to substantial review or approval, or following a routine course prescribed by past practice or existing policy, are insufficient to establish supervisory status; p. 18. Equally weighted participation on interview panels does not demonstrate that the employee effectively recommends the outcome of that process; p. 18. Under Dills Act section 3513(g), when the employee's duties reach the point that their involvement in supervisory functions outweighs the right to participate in rank and file unit activity, the employee's supervisory obligations preclude a finding that their duties are substantially similar to their subordinates' duties; p. 19. supervisory obligations preclude a finding that their duties are substantially similar to their subordinates' duties; p. 19. similar to subordinates' duties when the employee set work place priorities, participated in management meetings, prepared performance evaluations, approved vacation, overtime and compensatory time and scheduled subordinate work; p. 19.