As used in this chapter:
   (a)   “Full-time employee” means a non-bargaining employee whose wage is set in accordance with an hourly or annual salary including the Mayor, Auditor and Law Director, or an employee whose job classification is listed on Exhibit A, as attached to Ordinance No. 2009-65, as full-time.
      (Ord. 2017-48.  Passed 4-17-17.)
   (b)   “Part-time employee” means an employee scheduled for less than forty hours per week, including Council members, except as otherwise provided in subsection (a) hereof.
      (Ord. 98-307.  Passed 12-21-98; Ord. 2009-65.  Passed 2-17-09.)
   (c)   “Immediate family” means an employee's spouse, mother, father, child, brother, sister, grandparent, grandchild, stepchild, foster child, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law or daughter-in-law.
      (Ord. 2017-48.  Passed 4-17-17.)
   (d)   "Biweekly wage" means an employee's wage calculated as follows:
      (1)   The annual rate divided by twenty-six (weeks); or
      (2)   The hourly rate multiplied by eighty (hours).
   (e)   "One day's wage" means an employee's wage calculated as eight hours of wage plus longevity compensation.
   (f)   "Longevity compensation" means a wage fringe benefit given to full-time employees.
   (g)   "Length of service" means an employee's elapsed time of employment by the City. An employee is allowed an interruption of this continuous service, but only if that interruption is for less than 200 days. An interruption of 450 days or more means that the "length of service" starts the day the employee returns to the payroll.
   Days missed in a period of time of less than 200 days will be counted towards length of service, while the days missed between 200 and 449 days will not be counted towards length of service but will be subtracted from an employee's total.
(Ord. 90-298.  Passed 12-3-90.)