School Employees. Consequences and appropriate remedial action for a school employee or contracted service provider who has contact with students found to have falsely accused another as a means of harassment, intimidation, or bullying or as a means of retaliation could entail discipline in accordance with district policies, procedures, and agreements which may include, but not be limited to: reprimand, suspension, increment withholding, termination, and/or bans from providing services, participating in school district-sponsored programs, or being in school buildings or on school grounds. Remedial measures may include, but not be limited to: in or out-of-school counseling, professional development programs, and work environment modifications.
School Employees. The workers in this school system must be persons of high moral standards and they do recognize that their duties, which are concerned with the supplementation of the educational program, are of major importance. And, in order to contribute fully to the overall educational system, they must do their work under satisfactory conditions. School employees have the right to join or not to join any organization for their economic improvement, but membership in any organization shall not be required as a condition of employment.
School Employees. 7.1 The Provider shall at all times during the Contract employ sufficient persons appropriately qualified to successfully deliver the standards of education and care required by this Contract. The Provider shall ensure that all persons including their Staff whose duties involve access to or information about, Children are subject to enhanced CRB/ ISA and checks by the Provider prior to starting their duties, ensuring full compliance with the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006.
School Employees. (i) Subject to the provisions of this subclause, the provisions of this clause apply to a worker who suffers personal ill health or injury during the time when she is absent on annual leave and a worker may apply for and the employer shall grant paid sick leave in place of paid annual leave.
School Employees. The Board may employ a Liaison Officer to review the operations of A.I.M. and the performance of Distinctive Schools under this Agreement, and to ensure smooth relationships among A.I.M., Distinctive Schools, and [Authorizing Body]. The Board Liaison Officer may be employed full or part-time and will perform the functions established by the Board. The Board may also employ such clerical staff as it deems necessary. Distinctive Schools shall cooperate with the Board Liaison Officer and will provide that individual with prompt access to records, facilities, and information as if such requests came from the full Board. Distinctive Schools shall have no authority to select, evaluate, assign, supervise or control the Board Liaison Officer and agrees that it will not bring or threaten to bring any legal action against the Liaison Officer for the performance of the duties and functions established for that position by the Board and which are consistent with this Agreement. The cost to employ a Liaison Officer and necessary clerical employees shall be paid by the Board.
School Employees. The School, with K12’s assistance, will be responsible for arranging for criminal background checks to be conducted on its employees assigned to the Program, to the extent required under Applicable Law. The School, with K12’s assistance, will maintain the documentary evidence of the background checks of School employees at the Facility.