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December 2018
We are getting out for the holidays this week, but are requiring our Director of Maintenance, who is a non-exempt employee, to remain “on call” in case of a facilities emergency (e.g., frozen/burst pipes, break in, etc.) The employee may spend his time freely during the break; however, he must be available to go to...
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Q: Several employees in my District are currently on FMLA leave. Is it permissible to count the two (2) weeks the District is closed for Winter Break against the employees’ FMLA leave? A:  No. When a school district closes for Winter Break, it may not count the days it is closed for business against an...
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Q:        Our Superintendent’s wife is currently employed as a teacher. She worked at the District for several years before the Superintendent was hired. The Superintendent’s wife has now obtained principal certification and the Superintendent would like to reassign her from the position of teacher to assistant principal. Would this reassignment violate nepotism laws? A:        No,...
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