Full-time employees have ten (10) paid holidays. They receive their regular compensation for the following holidays:
|New Year’s Day|
|Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Third Monday in January|
|President’s Day||Third Monday in February|
|Memorial Day||Last Monday in May|
|Labor Day||First Monday in September|
|Thanksgiving Day||Fourth Thursday in November|
|Day After Thanksgiving||Fourth Friday in November|
- Police Officers, Police Sergeants and Police Lieutenants – December 31st is designated as a holiday in lieu of the Day After Thanksgiving.
- The City Manager is authorized to designate alternative days to observe those holidays that fall on a Saturday or Sunday.
When an employee is called to serve as a juror in any court, the City Manager may authorize that the employee continue to receive his/her regular City pay during that period he/she serves as a juror.
- The City will pay 80% of the educational costs for courses, textbooks and fees related to an employee’s current position or her/his preparation for career advancement.
- The maximum reimbursement shall be $1,000 per calendar year; however, employees may request advances against a future calendar year’s Educational Assistance.
- If an employee’s service with the City is terminated for any reason within two (2) years of completion of the course, the City Manager may require that he/she return the City’s outlay on a pro rata basis.
- Each member of OPERS currently pays 10.0% of his/her gross salary to the retirement system through payroll deduction, with the City paying 14.0%.
- A member of OPERS who leaves his/her position with the City prior to retirement may withdraw his/her accumulated contributions by submitting the appropriate application.
- Contributions to OPERS are in lieu of contributions typically paid into Social Security and are IRS qualified funds subject to applicable federal pension laws.
- There is more information about the State of Ohio Public Employees Retirement System at www.opers.org.
- A full-time Police Officer and full-time Firefighter covered by OP&F currently pays 10.75% of his/her gross salary to the retirement system through payroll deduction.
- The City’s contribution is 19.5% for a Police Officer and 24% for a Firefighter.
- There is more information about the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund at www.op-f.org.
Employees and their eligible family members have access to confidential pre-paid professional counseling services through the City’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP). The program offers assistance, counseling and/or referral for a variety of issues that effect employees and their family members.
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- These benefit details are for information purposes only and provide a general overview of some of the current benefits for full-time employees.
- This material should only be used as a reference.
- All benefits are subject to modification or elimination.