NEBRASKA COMMISSION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
|GRAND ISLAND EDUCATION|||||CASE NO. 825|
|ASSOCIATION, An Unincorporated||||
|HALL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT||||
|NO. 0002, a/k/a SCHOOL DISTRICT||||
|OF GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, A||||
|Political Subdivision of the||||
|State of Nebraska||||
Before Judges: F. Moore, Kratz and Flowers
F. MOORE, J:
This matter came on for hearing before the Honorable Frankie J. Moore upon petitioner's Request for Posttrial Conference and respondent's Response to Request for Posttrial Conference. The hearing was held by telephone on June 10, 1992. The petitioner was represented by Mark McGuire and the respondent by Bruce Wright.
The petitioner requested that we l) clarify the structure of the newly added MA+45 column, including the number of steps and their increments and 2) clarify the language on page 14, paragraph 5 of our Findings and Order.
The Commission finds that the issues raised are not the proper subject for a posttrial conference pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §48-816(7)(d) (Reissue 1988), however, we will treat the petitioner's Request for Posttrial Conference as a motion for clarification.
Regarding the number of steps on the MA+45 column, the Commission's Findings and Order should have indicated that there would be 10 steps with the following increments: 1.55, 1.59, 1.63, 1.69, 1.75, 1.81, 1.87, 1.93, 1.99, 2.05.
Regarding the clarification of language on page 14, paragraph 5, we find that said language should be clarified as follows:
In the case of a bargaining unit member whose total compensation for the 1991-92 contract year is reduced by this order, said individual's gross pay for the payroll periods ending June 15, July 15, and August 15 shall be computed on the basis of this order, and reduced accordingly. To the extent that such individual may have received more compensation during the preceding nine payroll periods of the 1991-92 contract year than they are entitled to receive had their annual compensation been computed in accord with the terms of this order, such aggregate excess shall be divided by three, and one-third of such excess amount shall be deducted from the gross pay due such individual for each of the three remaining payroll periods in the 1991-92 contract year.
To the extent that the amounts remaining to be paid to a bargaining unit member are less than such aggregate excess, individual bargaining unit members shall not be required to make direct cash reimbursement to the district for such difference.
To the extent delineated above, our Findings and Order is modified.
All judges assigned to the panel in this case join in the entry of this Final Order.
Entered June 10, 1992.