California Employment Law
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I am in xxxx and I understand that xxxx does not cover public school managers. In what forum would someone pursue a school districts failure to follow Ed code regarding discipline. In this case having discipline of a certificated manager come before the board of education without a written notice to the employee. The employee had agreed to a demotion to a teaching position based on the issues that were to be in the 45 day notice of unprofessional conduct. This was stated in board minutes as decided to be issued to the employee , but was never given. Also is it required to give written notice to put an employee on Administrative Leave or is verbal notice sufficient? After demotion, would the employee need to sign a contract for the next year of teaching?
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