Below are Letters of Agreements (LOA’s), Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s – which are essentially the same as LOA’s), and Review Committee decisions (RC’s) from the current and previous contract cycles. For other documents and historical research, consult the ESC PG&E steward database or contact your Union Rep.
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Relocates HH Estimators to work on Express Connect Pilot in Stockton and Fresno RMC.
LOA 17-24 -ESC Service Planning Strike Team
Immediate offering of a Permit Facilitator position in San Carlos to incumbents in the office, while long term PF classification is still being negotiated.
Establishes job descriptions, salary range and other provisions for Senior and Senior Consulting Gas Distribution Engineers and includes revision to existing Gas Distribution Engineer job description.
Establishes the New Business Rep and Permit Facilitator classifications; Voluntary relocation incentive program for Estimators, ADE’s, SNBR’s, IPE’s and a few Gas Distribution Engineers; Prevent layoffs and most involuntary relocations for those classifications for two years; RDO’s for Estimators in Design Center locations; Some changes to work process between Estimating offices, and between SNBR and Gas DE
Cancels and supersedes previous retention agreement (LOA 16-18) in accordance with CPUC decision. Retention program 15% of base pay for seven years in two periods. Enhanced placement and other options.
Laid out processes for PG&E’s use of the “ARCOS” software tool to call out Estimators and ADE’s for incident response, including EOT lists and “Annual Lists.”
Clarified that an Estimator or ADE must be called out for all SO205 incidents, and that only Estimators or ADE’s can create capital orders.
Updated Exhibit D of the contract to include all the monthly groups organized since 2008, and standardized some of their working conditions by adding them into the main contract sections. Also, formalized inclusion of SNBR, IPE, and Scheduler in Exhibit D.
Data from “under desk monitors” (used to study workspace usage) cannot be tied to individual employees, and will not be used for discipline or layoffs.