§ 2-203.05. Outside employment.  

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  • (a) Employees are not restricted from engaging in other employment during their off duty hours. However, city employment shall be considered the primary employment and no employee may engage in outside employment which would interfere with the interest of city service.

    (b) Employees who have other jobs or who seek to have other jobs, must give written notification to his/her immediate supervisor on Form 0208—Notification of outside employment.

    (c) Employees sustaining injuries while engaged in outside employment are ineligible to receive benefits under city workers' compensation because of disability resulting from outside employment.

    (d) Equipment of any nature, facilities, vehicles or property of the city shall not be used by employees for outside employment.

    (e) If in the judgment of the department head, the employee's other employment causes or may cause absences, tardiness, or otherwise interferes or may interfere with the operations of the city or his responsibility as an employee of the city, including but not limited to availability for scheduled and unscheduled overtime and/or call-ins, the employee may be required to quit the other job or leave city employment.

    (f) If permission to engage in other employment is granted, it may be withdrawn at any time if in the opinion of the department head the responsibilities of the job are inconsistent with the employee's responsibilities or in any way interferes with his duties as an employee of the city.

(Ord. No. 2001-08, § 1, 6-19-01)