Thursday, June 2, 2011

Retroactive Furlough Days?

Judge allows Clayton Schools to collect pay from teachers, contract workers | "“It’s fairly unusual for a retroactive furlough,” said Alan Hamilton, an attorney with Shiver Hamilton, LLC, a Midtown Atlanta law firm also representing the teachers. “The contracts the teachers signed may allow the district to declare a furlough prospectively, but not to go back and take money back. You go back and take it and teachers have trouble paying their bills and mortgages. They can face all sorts of negative financial consequences.”"

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