|DOUGLAS COUNTY HEALTH|||||CASE NO. 603|
|COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, A Political||||
|Subdivision of the State of||||
This matter came on for hearing on Petitioner's Request for Post-Trial Conference under Section 48-8l6(7)(d) (R.R.S. 1943) on August 5, l986. The parties were represented by their counsel of record: Thomas Young for Petitioner and William Harding and Henry Wendt for Respondent.
Petitioner contends that several determinations made by the Commission in its Findings and Order of July l0, l986 are not supported by the evidence presented at trial, namely the following: 1. Exclusion of several of Petitioner's survey points from the Commission's array;
2. Exclusion of national array members from clerical/custodial array when sufficient job matches warrant inclusion;
3. Failure to increase the salaries of certain individuals based upon their work performance and duties, as opposed to job title;
4. Lowering the wages of certain job classifications; and
5. Failure to implement a pay structure with standard steps to achieving the maximum salary level.
Respondent contends that a Supplemental Notice of Pendency was served upon the Douglas County Clerk by the Petitioner on October 22, l985 correcting the improper service of process previously filed on October l0, l985. We find that the evidence does reflect this Supplemental Notice of Pendency.
It is therefore ORDERED that the Findings and Order of July l0, l986 shall be supplemented to reflect the second service of process by the Petitioner as set out above. The remainder of the Findings and Order shall stand as issued by the Commission on July l0, l986.
Entered August 13, 1986.