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AA #3993 Employee Discipline in the K-12 Setting- March 2024

AA 3993 Employee Discipline in the K-12 Setting

Friday, March 22, 2024
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CDT)
49 Seats Remaining

Event Details

This is an excellent session for both new and veteran Human Resources administrators. Dr. Dale Fisher and Dr. Danielle Carter will be presenting.

This course provides K-12 HR Administrators with strategies to examine current HR processes to identify opportunities for reviewing contract language, conducting employee investigations, and crafting letters of reprimand through the lens of progressive discipline. The presenters will share successful strategies and instruct participants on how to create and implement similar strategies in their respective district to ensure compliance with contract language, school code, employee law, and best practices.  Participants will come prepared with a reflective review of current contract language specific to discipline, employee rights, investigations, and possible grievance procedures within their current HR paradigm and will engage in the creation of discipline procedural templates, interview question constructs, and sample letters of reprimand.  Participants will become fluent in the nuances of investigation procedures, just cause provisions, due process, and progressive discipline standards supported through case law.

HCLE Standards Alignment:

Talent Development/Performance Management

2. Train evaluators to accurately differentiate performance and use results to inform decision-making.

3. Promote workplace policies.

4. Address employee discipline issues.

For More Information:

Lindsay Jonas
Lindsay Jonas
Professional Development Coordinator Illinois Association of School Personnel Administrators (847)323-1855


IASPA's Cancellation Policy:

Registration cancellations received one week before the event (March 14, 2024) will be refunded less a $50 processing fee.  Cancellations received after March 14, 2024, cannot be refunded.  Refunds are not granted for failure to attend, late arrivals, or early departures.  IASPA is not responsible for national, state, or local travel restrictions; medical or weather-related cancellations;  or airfare, hotel, or other costs associated with registration.  Requests for cancellation must be received by Barb Dombroski at by March 14, 2024.