A person whose on-going job duties include being responsible for actively hiring, evaluating and terminating individuals employed in a regular and/or temporary position.
All dues-paying and non-paying Tempe Supervisors are considered unit members of the TSA. Tempe Supervisors' wages, benefits and working conditions are covered by a Memorandum of Understanding approved by the city council.
Tony Miano, Treasurer
Tanya Chavez, Trustee
Tempe Supervisors Association
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Specific items in the MOU are subject to negotiation during a process known as Meet and Confer. Dues-paying members receive legal aid benefits, voting privileges and can serve as representatives, on six-sided partnership committees and on the executive board. Members are fully backed by the association when a supervisor is being investigated with the potential for disciplinary actions up to and including merit board hearings.