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Wednesday, October 2 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Deciphering the Education Code: Translating the Law into Sound Bargaining Practices for Certificated and Classified Employees

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It has been noted that “entry into the Education Code is painful” and “large parts of the Education Code are not meant to be understood” – and this was the California Court of Appeal speaking.  This session will break down the otherwise indecipherable provisions of the Education Code as it relates to the fundamental rules of certificated and classified employment.  Targeted for both emerging and advanced HR practitioners, we will cover fundamentals such as how the Education Code establishes the certificated and classified services, as well as advanced scenarios, such as the subtle yet significant distinctions in how the Education Code treats topics such as employee classifications (including temporary and short-term employees), leaves of absences, seniority, permanent status, 39-month rehire rights, layoffs, and bumping with respect to certificated and classified personnel.  This presentation will also cover how school districts can prepare and align their bargaining strategies to achieve consistency and compliance with the Education Code.

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John Yeh

Attorney, Burke Williams & Sorensen LLP
John Yeh has been practicing law in California since 1991. A product and consumer of California K-12 public schools, he specializes in representing school districts in charter school oversight, labor and employment, and litigation. John is an experienced advocate before trial courts... Read More →

Wednesday October 2, 2019 3:00pm - 4:30pm PDT
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