The Texas Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) has weathered the storm of funding cuts and continues to grow and get results for Texas schools.
2011 college graduates received higher pay regardless of major compared to their 2010 counterparts, according to a recent study.
This month we focus on busting leave myths. There are many to choose from so we picked four of the most common ones to share with you this month.
According to the latest MetLife Survey of the American Teacher, teacher job satisfaction is the lowest it’s been in 20 years. Layoffs, program cuts, and larger class sizes are all contributing factors.
Discount programs allow employers to offer below-retail prices on merchandise, entertainment, and services. Best of all, they are popular with employees.
HR Services sends quick poll on district pay raises; respond by April 18
A warm welcome to new HR Services members and DataCentral subscribers
Learn how to process family and medical leave
HR Services presents session at the Risk Management Fund Members’ Conference
2012 Model Employee Handbook will be posted in May
Dallas ISD board votes to extend teacher work day
EEOC issues final GINA recordkeeping rules
DOL releases updated forms for administering Family and Medical Leave Act
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