3012 - Outside Employment or Business Activities
- Employees may not engage in other employment or business activities during work hours assigned by the ESU.
- Teachers and other employees are expected to assist students who are having learning problems as part of their employment. Such assistance is expected both in the classroom and at other times during the work day.
- A teacher shall not solicit a student or parent to retain the teacher as a tutor and shall not act as a tutor for pay or other remuneration for any student who is then enrolled in any class taught by that teacher.
- In all other cases during the school year, an employee may act as a tutor for pay or other remuneration upon prior approval of the ESU Administrator and the superintendent of the school district for which the teacher is serving.
- Employees shall attend to personal matters outside their assigned duty hours with the ESU whenever possible.
- Employees with supervisory or managerial responsibilities shall not sell, solicit or promote the sale of goods or services to their subordinates in a manner that could reasonably be perceived as coercive by the subordinate employee(s).
- No Board member, administrator or other employee of the ESU shall use the personnel, facilities, resources, equipment, property, or funds of the ESU for personal financial gain or business activities.
Adopted on: June 9, 2008
Revised on: _______________
Reviewed on: May 9, 2011