April 14, 2021
The webinar is designed to assist local educational agencies (LEAs) identify emergency COVID-19 funding sources, establish timelines and tracking processes to ensure compliance, and provide tactical practices to assist in decision-making. The complicated planning process requires coordination from all members of an LEA’s cabinet, as well as support staff directly involved with managing resources and funding allocations. Presenters will cover each of the one-time funding sources, along with strategies for gathering stakeholder input, considerations for a strategic communication plan, and impacts of negotiable decisions.
April 20, 2021
Every year the Audit Regulations are updated to add new programs based on newly enacted legislation or audit findings identified through the submission of audit reports to the State Controller’s Office. The Audit Challenge webinar will provide business administrators and staff with information and best practices to better understand the audit process, and stay informed about the latest changes to audit requirements.
April 27, 2021
This webinar offers an in-depth examination of workplace investigations, tools and resources to effectively manage complaints, as well as how to recognize indicators when legal counsel support is required. Attendees will also be added to the SSC HR Listserv for networking opportunities with other LEA HR professionals and to receive new information as it unfolds.
May 4, 2021
The November 2020 election brought good news for local educational agencies as about 80% of the bonds on the ballot were approved by voters. This is much-needed funding for new construction and modernization projects in the absence of a statewide facilities bond, and will require the establishment and/or support of existing facilities and facilities-specific fiscal processes. This webinar will provide an overview of the timelines and approvals necessary for the construction and/or modernization of a school facility, and step-by-step details on the basics of school construction accounting.
May 20, 2021
This year is like no other, impacting every aspect of our lives and the lives of students and families across our state and the nation—the pandemic, the economy, state revenues for education, COVID-19 prevention plans, and learning loss mitigation plans, just to name a few. While the May Revision is a statutorily required action by the Administration every year, this year it is an opportunity . . .
May 25, 2021
Managing employee leaves has and will continue to be challenging as changes in law and regulation require local educational agencies (LEAs) to carefully track eligibility for leave under federal and state laws, a local collective bargaining agreement, board policies, and local practice. In addition, understanding and managing Reasonable Accommodation requests under the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act can be particularly taxing for human resources departments if not managed in compliance with the law. This webinar will provide participants with operational advice on how to effectively manage employee leaves, and as well as how to minimize complaints of discrimination in the workplace in this era of continuing change.