APPROVE PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT WITH FULL RETIREMENT CREDIT
APPROVE PART-TIME WORK WITH FULL RETIREMENT CREDITS
Approve 32 Teachers
Shouldn't this be considered a gifting of public assets?
As you look at the Salaries and Benefits of these people consider:
In 2016-17 all employees received around an 8% increase in compensation that is not reflected in these numbers.
Since these are from 2015-16 some people may have been full-time which reflects the high total compensation.
By Contract- these are the hours Teachers Work:
By Contract Full-time employment is for 185 days of work:
Does it make financial sense for taxpayers to have these part-time employees and pay such exorbitant benefits for part-time work?
Right now the Teachers Union and the district have filed an impasse due to a lack of adequate funding to provide the increased compensation employees want and a minimum education for CUSD students.
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