About This Resource
Technology has become deeply embedded in K-12 education as teachers increasingly use a wide range of websites and educational apps to supplement instruction. But behind the scenes, schools’ back-office operations are less state-of-the-art. Many schools continue to rely on the same time-consuming and inaccurate manual processes that they’ve used for the last hundred years to track time and attendance, leave, and substitutes. Or they may combine automated time tracking for standard contracted hours with manual systems for supplemental overtime tasks.
These manual processes leave school districts open to litigation and regulatory penalties while increasing costs since schools end up paying wages for time that was not worked or at higher rates than necessary. Payroll operations are also less efficient than they could be since payroll must telephone or email administrators to resolve timecard discrepancies. These costs and inefficiencies leave cash-strapped districts with fewer resources to devote to their primary mission—serving students.
This white paper details the current state of workforce management in K-12 schools and how modern, workforce management software can help schools improve compliance, enhance efficiency and reduce costs—while delivering a high-quality experience to teachers, staff and administrators alike.
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