Managing the entire employee life cycle is often a frustrating process, but it doesn’t have to be. Download “District leaders reveal 5 key HR process management features that save time, money and frustration.”
Districts simplify contract renewals and other records management tasks with easy-to-use software designed for K-12 education
To more effectively manage contracts, personnel records, and forms, education leaders are replacing filing cabinets, Dropbox and Google Drive folders with automated recordkeeping solutions designed for K-12 schools and districts.
Starting Dec. 1, 2016, schools and districts must comply with the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations. In this podcast, Mark Frost offers an explanation of the upcoming changes and tips to help you prepare.
Why should schools and districts facing budget restrictions consider an investment in K-12 talent management technology? The measureable return on investment. Learn how Del Mar Union School District saves $60,000-$70,000 per year using an automated recordkeeping solution.
2016 is coming to a close, and it’s time to build your talent management strategy for the new year. Listen to these five podcasts to get advice on recruiting, onboarding, teacher shortages and more from experts in K-12 education.
By Dec. 1, all employers must comply with the updated Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which exempts teachers from new compensation rules, but requires school- or district-level action to ensure other employees are compensated in compliance with the rule or properly documented as exempt.
At Del Mar Union School District in San Diego, intense competition for increasingly fewer candidates made it difficult for them — like so many other districts in California — to attract and retain qualified educators.
Steeped in history and tradition, St. Clair County – one of the oldest counties in Alabama – is also a progressive and growing community. So it’s no surprise that the St. Clair County School District continually seeks to prepare its students for a modern world by adapting and improving upon its education practices — including its HR recordkeeping processes.
Think about it: At the top is a CEO (superintendent), a Board of Directors (school board), and vice presidents (assistant superintendents). In many communities, the local school district is among the largest employers.