005.0540 TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES
AND REVISES TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES POLICY 005.0540 APPROVED ON
1.0 TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES
A temporary employee is an individual who is employed on a temporary basis as defined by policies adopted by the Uintah Board of Education.
1.1 Temporary Employees include:
a. Persons hired pursuant to a grant or other source of funding, which may be of uncertain or limited duration.
b. Employees hired to supervise or coach extracurricular activities. (Refer to Policy 005.0530 Extracurricular Assignment and pay.)
c. Persons who are specifically notified at the time of their employment that they are classified as temporary employees.
d. All non-contracted employees.
2.0 EMPLOYMENT STATUS/TERMINATION
2.1 Temporary employees serve “at will” and have no expectation of continued employment. (53A-8-102(8))
2.2 The School Board does not recognize any group or organization representing employees regarding temporary employment.
2.3 Temporary employees may be terminated at any time, with or without cause, by the Superintendent or his/her designee, except no employee shall be terminated for any reason prohibited by Federal or state law.
2.4 Temporary employees may be evaluated according to procedures adopted by the particular program or as directed by the Superintendent or his/her designee.
2.5 An hourly non-contract temporary employee may either give a complaint verbally or in writing to the immediate supervisor. If the complaint is not resolved at this level, the employee may appeal in writing to the supervisor’s immediate superior. No appeal is granted beyond this level.
3.0 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
3.1 Unless specifically provided by contract
or agreement at the time the temporary employee is hired, temporary employees
shall not be eligible to receive any employment benefits offered to regular
3.2 Time spent as a temporary employee shall not be considered time in employment for any regular employee benefit program of the School District, including retirement, early retirement, reduction in force, qualification to become a career employee, etc.
4.0 APPLICATION OF DISTRICT POLICIES
4.1 Except as otherwise specifically set
forth, in the employment agreement with the temporary employee the following
002.0600 Statutes and State Rules and Regulations
002.1000 Copyright Laws
004.0500 Mileage Allowance and Claims for Reimbursement
004.0520 Travel Expense
004.0600 Moneys in Schools
004.0800 School Properties Disposal
004.0810 Insurance Coverage
004.0900 Mobile Communication Devices
005.0050 Knowledge of Policies and Procedures
005.0060 Relating to (that part dealing with Background and Criminal History checks)
005.0100 Personnel Policies and Affirmative Action Statement General Provisions
005.0110 Equal Employment
005.0120 Affirmative Action Plan
005.0330 Policy on Sexual Harassment
005.0520 Only Section 6 dealing with incidental contract employees
005.0635 Workman’s Compensation Benefits
005.0685 Family Leave Policy is only applicable to the extent required by Federal Law, i.e. is only available to eligible employees
005.0700 Physical Examinations and Food Handlers Permit
005.0710 Chemical Tests
005.0800 Dress and Grooming Policy for Employees
005.2100 Drug Free Workplace
005.2200 Health Requirements and Services-AIDS and HIV infection
006.0700 Approval of Programs and Activities
007.0700 Health Requirements and Services: Medical Treatment and Immunization
007.0705 Guidelines for Handling Body Fluids in School
007.0710 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Policy
007.1500 School Fees
007.1700 Child Abuse Reporting
007.2110 Sexual Harassment of and by Students
007.2300 Education and Family Privacy
007.2310 Education Records Access
010.0500 Emergency Preparedness.
5.1 Temporary employees shall be paid according to the pay scale adopted for that particular program or employment.
Regular employees of the