classification. The record in my opinion, supports a finding that the Business Director is
not a confidential or managerial employee and therefore should remain in the existing
At the hearing, Wong testified that as the Business Director she helps prepare
the payroll records by entering the payroll information into the computer. The
operations department provides the payroll data. Wong also maintains a ledger on
payments made to the various vendors. Although she does not have the authority to
sign checks, she prepares the purchase request order forms which are approved by the
Employer's General Manager. The Business Director also maintains a record of all
income received by the radio station. In this regard, she enters the check into the cash
income revenue ledger and deposits the check.
Wong also prepares a monthly financial report for the Employer. This report
includes a summary of the checks written in the disbursement journal, moneys owed to
vendors as recorded in the purchase journal and moneys owed for more than three
months to vendors, as recorded in the 30 day aging purchase journal. She also
balances the bank books on a monthly basis.
The record further shows that Wong processes the credit cards for individuals
seeking membership. She also distributes insurance forms, makes sure they are fill out
correctly and forwards the forms to the insurance company.