City of East Orange, NJ
Essex County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of East Orange 3-25-1968 by Ord. No. 20-1968 as Ch. 3 of the 1968 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Administrative organization — See Ch. 5.
Boards, commissions, committees and councils — See Ch. 14A.
Court — See Ch. 21.
Officers and employees — See Ch. 55.
Article I General Provisions

§ 60-1 Policy established.

§ 60-2 Applicability.

§ 60-3 Administration to be fair and equitable.

§ 60-4 Political activities of employees.

§ 60-5 Promulgation of rules and regulations by Mayor.

§ 60-6 Personnel records.

§ 60-7 Efficiency and economy to be promoted.

§ 60-8 Disciplinary proceedings and hearings by department heads.

§ 60-9 Appeals to Mayor.

§ 60-10 Acting unclassified official.

§ 60-11 Acting division heads.

Article II Personnel Division

§ 60-12 Division established.

§ 60-13 Chief Personnel Officer; duties.

§ 60-14 Duties of Division generally.

Article III Classification and Allocation of Positions

§ 60-15 Applicability.

§ 60-16 Uniform classification and compensation applied to similar duties.

§ 60-17 Positions in unclassified service.

§ 60-18 Positions in classified service.

§ 60-19 Seasonal personnel.

§ 60-20 Personnel pool.

§ 60-21 Classification for budgetary purposes.

§ 60-22 Certain boards, commission and agencies exempt from classified service.

Article IV Appointments, Promotions and Termination of Employment

§ 60-23 Basis for employment by City generally.

§ 60-24 Use of competitive tests and civil service procedures.

§ 60-25 Factors determining continuity of employment.

§ 60-26 New appointments.

§ 60-27 Permanent appointments.

§ 60-28 Promotions.

§ 60-29 Termination of employment other than for disciplinary reasons.

Article V Hours of Work

§ 60-30 Employees working 35 hours per week.

§ 60-31 Employees working 40 hours per week.

§ 60-32 Modification during emergency.

§ 60-33 Firemen: adoption of schedule.

§ 60-34 Additional rules and regulations by Board of Fire Commissioners.

Article VI Salaries, Compensation and Promotions

§ 60-35 Adoption of Salary Ordinance; serving in more than one position.

§ 60-36 Determination of salary increments and promotions.

§ 60-37 Annual salary increments.

§ 60-38 Salary increases.

§ 60-39 Longevity pay.

§ 60-39.1 Continuity of service.

§ 60-39.2 Leave of absence without pay.

§ 60-39.3 Resignation and subsequent reemployment.

§ 60-40 Employees' progress report.

Article VII Overtime Work

§ 60-41 When additional compensation payable; amount.

§ 60-42 Unusual work demands from special projects or emergencies.

§ 60-43 Compensatory time in lieu of monetary payments.

§ 60-44 Minimum time for which overtime is paid.

§ 60-45 Time for reporting work and receiving payment.

§ 60-46 Monthly reports to Mayor.

Article VIII Holidays and Leaves of Absence

§ 60-47 Holidays.

§ 60-48 Personal days.

§ 60-49 Leaves of absence without pay.

§ 60-50 Maternity leave.

§ 60-51 Special leave for service-incurred disability.

§ 60-52 Special leave with pay for jury duty.

Article IX Vacation Leave

§ 60-53 Computation of time.

§ 60-54 Vacation time determined.

§ 60-55 Termination of employment.

§ 60-56 through § 60-57. (Reserved)

§ 60-58 Determination of periods of service.

Article X Sick Leave

§ 60-59 Basis for allowance.

§ 60-60 Illness of employee or member of immediate family.

§ 60-61 Death of member of immediate family.

§ 60-62 Quarantine.

§ 60-63 Doctor's certificate required under certain conditions.

§ 60-64 Accumulation of sick leave.

§ 60-65 Conditions where sick leave disallowed.

§ 60-65.1 Additional sick leave provisions.

Article XI Military Leave

§ 60-66 Reserve training.

§ 60-67 Active service.

§ 60-67.1 Reimbursement.

Article XII Residency Requirements for Police Officers

§ 60-68 Waiver of state residency requirements.

§ 60-69 Minimum residency required.

§ 60-70 Annual review of policies.

Article XIII Residency Requirements for City Officers and Employees

§ 60-71 Definitions.

§ 60-72 Applicability.

§ 60-73 Residency requirement.

§ 60-74 Authorized exemptions.

§ 60-75 Failure to comply.

Article XIV Drug and Alcohol Testing of Employees Required to Maintain a Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

§ 60-76 Authority.

§ 60-77 Applicability.

§ 60-78 Definitions.

§ 60-79 Policy.

Article XV Drug and Alcohol Testing for All Employees

§ 60-80 Definitions.

§ 60-81 Rules and regulations.

§ 60-82 Exemption for prescribed medical treatment.

§ 60-83 Screening process.

§ 60-84 Prohibitions.

§ 60-85 Notice.

§ 60-86 Reasonable suspicion testing.

§ 60-87 Post-accident testing.

§ 60-88 Return-to-duty testing.

§ 60-89 Follow-up testing.

§ 60-90 Discipline.

§ 60-91 Confidentiality.

§ 60-92 Drug-free workplace.

§ 60-93 Review and appeal.

§ 60-94 Implementation.

Article XVI Employment of Police Officers by Private Parties

§ 60-95 Purpose.

§ 60-96 Assignments of off-duty police officers.

§ 60-97 Request for services.

§ 60-98 Police uniforms.

§ 60-99 Off-duty employment escrow account.

§ 60-99.1 Rates of compensation; administrative fee; payment for services; equipment costs.

§ 60-99.2 Public emergency.

§ 60-99.3 Insurance requirements.

§ 60-99.4 Indemnification and duty to defend.

Article XVII Supplemental Benefits and Compensation Upon Retirement for City Officers and Employees Not Covered by Bargaining Unit

§ 60-100 Insurance premiums; earned and unused sick leave.

Article XVIII Sexual Harassment Policy

§ 60-101 Purpose; responsibility of department heads.

§ 60-102 Scope; when effective.

§ 60-103 Sexual and other harassment defined.

§ 60-104 Types of sexual harassment claims.

§ 60-105 Right to report; time limit to file complaint.

§ 60-106 Procedures for addressing acts of sexual harassment.

§ 60-107 Procedures for addressing filed complaints; Antiharassment Officer designated.

§ 60-108 Disciplinary action for violation of policy.

§ 60-109 Remedial action for violation of policy; record of proceedings.

§ 60-110 Penalties for false accusations.

§ 60-111 Responsibilities of supervisory personnel; notification and reporting by employees.

§ 60-112 Confidentiality.

§ 60-113 Retaliation prohibited.

§ 60-114 Collection and maintenance of data.

§ 60-115 Applicability to nonemployees.

§ 60-116 Mandatory training.

§ 60-117 Distribution of policy.

§ 60-118 Abrogation.

§ 60-119 Record retention.

§ 60-120 External agencies for further action.

§ 60-121 Failure to exhaust administrative remedies.

§ 60-122 Questions regarding policy.

Article XIX Antidiscrimination Policy

§ 60-123 Purpose; construal of provisions; responsibility of department heads.

§ 60-124 Scope; when effective.

§ 60-125 Exceptions.

§ 60-126 Definitions.

§ 60-127 Right to report; time limit to file complaint.

§ 60-128 Procedures for addressing acts of discrimination.

§ 60-129 Procedures for addressing filed complaints; Antiharassment Officer designated.

§ 60-130 Disciplinary actions for violation of policy.

§ 60-131 Remedial action for violation of policy; record of proceedings.

§ 60-132 Penalties for false accusations.

§ 60-133 Responsibilities of supervisory personnel; notification and reporting by employees.

§ 60-134 Confidentiality.

§ 60-135 Retaliation prohibited.

§ 60-136 Collection and maintenance of data.

§ 60-137 Applicability to nonemployees.

§ 60-138 Mandatory training.

§ 60-139 Distribution of policy.

§ 60-140 Abrogation.

§ 60-141 Record retention.

§ 60-142 External agencies for further action.

§ 60-143 Failure to exhaust administrative remedies.

§ 60-144 Questions regarding policy.

Article XX Direct Deposit

§ 60-145 Direct deposit required.