Wage and Hour Issues Facing Independent Day and Boarding Schools (nonmember price)

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Wage and Hour Issues Facing Independent Day and Boarding Schools (nonmember price)

Authors: Schwartz Hannum PC

Publication date: November 2019
Print ISBN: NBOA2

Federal and state wage and hour laws do not neatly apply to schools’ diverse workforces, which include employees who work part-time; on contract or on a flexible schedule; or fulfill residential, travel and/or extracurricular duties. Authored by attorneys at Schwartz Hannum PC, this white paper seeks to help school administrators more easily classify these distinct positions and pay employees in legal compliance.

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Many independent schools struggle to understand and maintain compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws, specifically those dealing with the proper classification and compensation of school employees. These laws often do not apply neatly to schools’ needs or diverse workforces, which include employees who work part-time, on contract or on a flexible schedule, or fulfill residential, travel and/or extracurricular duties. Authored by attorneys at Schwartz Hannum PC, this white paper seeks to help school administrators more easily classify these distinct positions.

Pages: 12
Publisher: National Business Officers Association
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Schwartz Hannum PC

Schwartz Hannum PC, a strategic partner for forward-thinking educational institutions, provides the clarity, foresight and legal guidance necessary for school administrators to make smart choices, promote a positive learning environment and prevent workplace issues. Sara Goldsmith Schwartz (founder and president) is a trusted advisor to heads of school, board chairs, deans, business officers and other independent school leaders. Matthew D. Batastini (co-managing partner), Brian B. Garrett (partner) and Sarah H. Fay (of counsel) are members of the firm’s education group, which counsels independent schools on all aspects of governance, labor and employment law, and a broad range of student and family issues, including handbooks and policies, discipline matters, crisis management, enrollment agreements, athletic program management, best practices for domestic and international school trips, and fostering inclusive school communities.
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