Clark County substitute teachers protest over payroll issues
Clark County School District substitutes and support staff turned out in force at Thursday’s School Board meeting to protest payroll issues that have left some of them unpaid or underpaid for three pay cycles.
Employees began to notice issues with the district’s new Human Capital Management System in early January, when checks for teachers, substitutes and staff arrived with errors. Teachers went unpaid for work done outside of regular classroom hours, while support staff were underpaid or overpaid, and substitutes saw no pay at all for some hours worked.
The district employees were joined by representatives from Teamsters Local 14 and the Education Support Employees Association, who said they wanted to see a sense of urgency from the district in addressing the issue.
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