Employee Compensation & MOUs

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Job Specifications, Salary Listings, MOUs, and Compensation Plan Resolutions, are only valid through specific dates and are updated as quickly as possible after they are approved by the City Council. Please contact the Management Services Department at (818) 238-5026 for specific information.

Salary Listing

Base Ranges
Differentials

Memorandums of Understanding

Burbank City Employees' Association
Burbank Fire Fighters
Burbank Fire Fighter - Chief Officers' Unit
Burbank Management Association
Burbank Police Officers' Association
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Compensation Plan Resolutions

Unrepresented Mid-Management Employees

Employment Agreements

City Manager's Employment Agreement 

City Attorney's Employment Agreement and Amendment

Employee Gross Earnings

In an effort to provide transparent information to the public regarding City employee earnings, the following calendar year reports are available:

City Employees with Gross Earnings
Greater than $100,000 Report

 

2016
2015
  2014*
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
               

City Council Gross Earnings Report

 

2016
2015
  2014*
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

   

 

Please note total pre-tax Gross Earnings includes all types of earnings, such as base pay, overtime pay, payout of all remaining accumulated leave at time of separation from the City of Burbank (as allowed under MOUs and applicable Resolutions), and other pay and cash benefits. Other pay and cash benefits include:

  • Differential Payments/Special Compensation for specific additional duties or certifications
  • Working Out of Class payments
  • Cash Benefits (Cafeteria plan for purchase of medical insurance, car allowance, mileage, professional development, Rideshare incentive, tool allowance, uniform allowance, and wellness incentive)
  • Imputed Income (the value of certain non-cash benefits that must be taxed per IRS regulations)
  • Signing and retention pay
  • Cash outs of accrued leave as allowed under MOUs and applicable Resolutions

Beginning in 2016, the reports have accumulated leave payouts at time of separation as a separate category. Previously, these earnings were included in the other pay and cash benefits category. 

*The 2014 reports include earnings of an additional pay period. This equates to 27 pay periods instead of the traditional 26 pay periods per year. The additional pay period occurs every 11 years.

A description of the employees' benefits can be found here.

Additional Information

State Controller's Website: Government Compensation in California

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