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Things to do in April – Community College Districts

Important Administrative Things to do This Month for Community College Districts  (This “to do list” is intended to provide a synopsis of a few of the tasks normally started or performed during this month. The list is obviously not exhaustive in nature and designed only as a “reminder” to be supplemented by each Personnel/Human Resources Department’s…

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March 2018 Newsletter – Community College Districts

Senate Bill 306 Makes Retaliation Claims Harder to Combat On October 3, 2017, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 306 (Hertzberg), granting additional powers to the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. Effective on January 1, 2018, the new law will change the standards courts use to grant injunctive relief, will allow the Labor Commissioner to investigate…

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Things to do in February – Community College Districts

Important Administrative Things to do This Month for Community College Districts (This “to do list” is intended to provide a synopsis of a few of the tasks normally started or performed during this month.  The list is obviously not exhaustive in nature and is designed only as a “reminder” to be supplemented by each Personnel/Human Resources…

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February 2018 Newsletter – Community College Districts

Employers Face Penalties for Assigning More Than 960 Hours of Out-Of-Class Work When dealing with a vacant position, school and community college district employers frequently assign an employee in one classification to job duties in the vacant classification. These assignments are referred to as working “out-of-class.” Previously, there was generally no limit to the amount…

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February 2018 Newsletter – School Districts

Employers Face Penalties for Assigning More Than 960 Hours of Out-Of-Class Work When dealing with a vacant position, school and community college district employers frequently assign an employee in one classification to job duties in the vacant classification. These assignments are referred to as working “out-of-class.” Previously, there was generally no limit to the amount…