City of El Paso, IL
Woodford County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of El Paso 7-6-2010 by Ord. No. 900. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Ethics — See Ch. 31.
Reimbursement of certain travel expenses — See Ch. 37, Art. IV.
Officers and employees — See Ch. 70.
Police Department — See Ch. 78.
INTRODUCTION
See the Employee Handbook Introduction, included as Attachment 1 to this chapter.
Attachment 1 - Introduction Attachment 2 - Appendix A, Disciplinary Appeal Hearing Procedures Attachment 3 - Appendix B, Alcohol and Drug Policy for CDL Employees
Article I Administration

§ 75-1.1 Reservation of management rights.

§ 75-1.2 Personnel records.

§ 75-1.3 Policy updates and revisions.

Article II Conditions of Employment

§ 75-2.1 Nature of employment.

§ 75-2.2 Employee relations.

§ 75-2.3 Equal employment opportunity.

§ 75-2.4 Relationships in workplace.

§ 75-2.5 Employee medical examinations.

§ 75-2.6 Immigration law compliance.

§ 75-2.7 Conflicts of interest.

§ 75-2.8 Outside employment.

§ 75-2.9 Employment categories.

§ 75-2.10 Introductory period.

§ 75-2.11 Employment applications.

§ 75-2.12 Employment separation; notification of absence.

§ 75-2.13 Work schedules.

§ 75-2.14 Tobacco use.

§ 75-2.15 Code of conduct.

§ 75-2.16 Alcohol and drug use.

§ 75-2.17 Code of Ethics.

§ 75-2.18 Unlawful harassment.

§ 75-2.19 Workplace violence.

§ 75-2.20 Attendance and punctuality.

§ 75-2.21 Gratuities.

§ 75-2.22 Use of City facilities, equipment, and materials.

§ 75-2.23 Residency requirements.

§ 75-2.24 Supplemental department rules.

§ 75-2.25 Enforcement.

§ 75-2.26 Reemployment rights and benefits.

§ 75-2.27 Employment verification.

Article III Pay and Personnel Actions

§ 75-3.1 Pay policy.

§ 75-3.2 Program administration and structure.

§ 75-3.3 Establishing pay rates.

§ 75-3.4 Classification system.

§ 75-3.5 Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) status.

§ 75-3.6 Overtime, compensatory time, and alternative schedules.

§ 75-3.7 Workweek; workday.

§ 75-3.8 Time records.

§ 75-3.9 Pay administration.

Article IV Performance Evaluations

§ 75-4.1 General guidelines.

§ 75-4.2 Objectives.

§ 75-4.3 Performance evaluation process.

§ 75-4.4 Performance recognition.

Article V Disciplinary Actions

§ 75-5.1 Objectives.

§ 75-5.2 Causes for disciplinary action.

§ 75-5.3 Levels of disciplinary action.

§ 75-5.4 Appeals and investigations.

Article VI Appeals, Dispute Resolution, and Investigations

§ 75-6.1 Purpose.

§ 75-6.2 General provisions.

§ 75-6.3 Dispute resolution procedure.

§ 75-6.4 Appeals of written warnings.

§ 75-6.5 Appeals of other disciplinary actions.

Article VII Holidays, Vacation, and Leaves of Absence

§ 75-7.1 Holidays.

§ 75-7.2 Vacation.

§ 75-7.3 Leaves of absence.

Article VIII Employee Insurance, Retirement, and Other Benefits

§ 75-8.1 Responsibility for administration.

§ 75-8.2 Eligibility.

§ 75-8.3 Benefits.