Cart ( )

Personnel

2019-20 Contract Package
Full Version Details

Now, more than ever, it is important to ensure your contract forms preserve employer prerogatives while also meeting the commissioner's and courts' standards related to informing employees of the contractual obligations. Whether your district has been updating its contract forms annually or hasn't made a change in 20 years, NOW IS THE TIME to change your employment contract forms to protect the school district's limited financial resources and strengthen the district's position in contracting. This package includes language that addresses a recent Commissioner of Education decision regarding additional and supplemental duties, arguments being made by teachers’ attorneys related to reassignments, and lingering issues related to days of service.

After purchasing, you will be sent a link to a 30-minute webinar explaining the changes and addressing some of the otherwise overlooked features of the package.

NOTE: If your district has never purchased this package or if your copy is older than 2016-17, you must order this version.  For information on the version your district has, please contact (800) 488-9045 or information@edlaw.com. 

Available Formats: MS Word Document
Download Info: This item is available for download in .zip format.
$350.00
Updated
2019-20 Contract Package UPDATE ONLY
Update to 2016-17 version or newer. Details

 Districts may only order this UPDATE if they have our 2016-17 Contract Package version or newer.

Now, more than ever, it is important to ensure your contract forms preserve employer prerogatives while also meeting the commissioner's and courts' standards related to informing employees of the contractual obligations. Whether your district has been updating its contract forms annually or hasn't made a change in 20 years, NOW IS THE TIME to change your employment contract forms to protect the school district's limited financial resources and strengthen the district's position in contracting.This package includes two additional contracts, and all contracts have been updated to reflect the Every Student Succeeds Act language as well as to require employees to exhaust local remedies before filing suit on the contract. 

After purchasing, you will be sent a link to a 30-minute webinar explaining the changes and addressing some of the otherwise overlooked features of the package.

NOTE: If your district has never purchased this package or if your copy is older than 2016-17, you must order the full version at a cost of $350. For information on the version your district has, please contact (800) 488-9045 or information@edlaw.com.

Available Formats: MS Word Document
Download Info: This item is available for download in .zip format.
$200.00
Updated
2020-21 Model Employee Handbook
Full Version - Retainer Client Details

How many times have you or your employees turned to the district's Employee Handbook hoping to find guidance on a particular issue and found nothing, or insufficient text to address your situation? Unfortunately, this happens far too often, and strengthening the handbook for next year does little to help you in the interim. What you need is someone to anticipate the holes in your Handbook prior to publication. Our daily contact with hundreds of clients allows us to do just that. Our Model Employee Handbook was designed with one purpose in mind - to help you do your job with fewer challenges, questions, or confusion from employees.

Our Models are written in a conversational tone to be user friendly and are designed for districts to personalize and tailor. For example, we highlight the parts that require you to make some decisions, show you what can be changed, suggest language for what may be added, and place the directions for personalizing these portions in an instruction box.

Special Features of our Model Employee Handbook include:

  • Organized by topics to make it easier for employees to understand how different rules and policies relate to each other
  • Expanded table of contents
  • Appendix of commonly used forms
  • Sections on importance of regular, on-time attendance, vacation, appropriate use of conference periods, staff development, outside employment, rules for district credit cards, necessity of following district curriculum grading guidelines, using films/movies in class
  • Includes specific information to employees about inappropriate social relationships with students.
  • Includes language related to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga 2020 WL 3146686 (U.S. June 15, 2020)
Available Formats: MS Word Document
Download Info: This item is available for download in .zip format.
$300.00
Updated
2020-21 Model Employee Handbook - Full Version
Full Version - Non-Retainer Client Details

How many times have you or your employees turned to the district's Employee Handbook hoping to find guidance on a particular issue and found nothing, or insufficient text to address your situation? Unfortunately, this happens far too often, and strengthening the handbook for next year does little to help you in the interim. What you need is someone to anticipate the holes in your Handbook prior to publication. Our daily contact with hundreds of clients allows us to do just that. Our Model Employee Handbook was designed with one purpose in mind - to help you do your job with fewer challenges, questions, or confusion from employees.

Our Models are written in a conversational tone to be user friendly and are designed for districts to personalize and tailor. For example, we highlight the parts that require you to make some decisions, show you what can be changed, suggest language for what may be added, and place the directions for personalizing these portions in an instruction box.

Special Features of our Model Employee Handbook include:

  • Organized by topics to make it easier for employees to understand how different rules and policies relate to each other
  • Expanded table of contents
  • Appendix of commonly used forms
  • Sections on importance of regular, on-time attendance, vacation, appropriate use of conference periods, staff development, outside employment, rules for district credit cards, necessity of following district curriculum grading guidelines, using films/movies in class
  • Includes specific information to employees about inappropriate social relationships with students.
  • Includes language related to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga 2020 WL 3146686 (U.S. June 15, 2020)
Available Formats: MS Word Document
Download Info: This item is available for download in .zip format.
$360.00
Updated
Conducting Effective Investigations Manual
Provides form documents and scripts Details

School administrators often are required to "look into" or "investigate" allegations of wrong-doing by students and employees. The Investigations Manual will help you understand why it is important to conduct an investigation in a particular way, as well as provide you form documents and scripts to facilitate recordkeeping and information gathering related to the allegations.

Revised July 2019.

Unique to this product is a series of flow charts that guide you through each phase of an investigation so that critical steps or details that might haunt you later don't get overlooked.
Available Formats: CD-ROM,Printed Manual
Download Info: This item is not available for download.
$300.00