Employee Code of Conduct – State

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Employee Code of Conduct-StateTM (ECOC-STATE) is a research-supported regulatory compliance solution for school systems seeking to manage staff conduct and/or productivity concerns more proactively, effectively, and/or defensibly. This comprehensive resource contains dozens of multi-disciplinary best practices and strategies for properly handling the most common types of employee misconduct within school systems.

Delivered on the web within RME Online, ECOC-STATE equips administrators and supervisors with the tools and workflows needed to prevent, identify, investigate, and address such concerns reasonably, appropriately, and consistently. Optional team facilitation and customization services are available for this product.

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“The Employee Code and training has been very helpful. It has given our administrators an objective and consistent manner for managing our employees and determining appropriate consequences when the code has been violated.”

M. Taggart
Superintendent
Toronto, OH

“Upslope helped us develop an Employee Code of Conduct that promotes to the staff and the community our ethical commitment to maintain a safe and supportive work environment throughout our district. Their model brought a district team together to collaboratively develop our Employee Code of Conduct to ensure that all behavior modification is fairly, reasonably, thoughtfully, and consistently applied. This has provided our staff with a feeling of confidence in how they will be treated.”

K. Fields
Superintendent
Nicholasville, KY

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Implementation options

  • Detailed action workflows, progressive discipline support, and documentation examples for common actions
  • Aligned to related federal laws, state statutes, professional ethics or licensure standards (where applicable), and board policies
  • Customizable by school systems (optional)
  • Aligned to negotiated agreement provisions (optional)
  • Accessible on any web-enabled device
  • Reduces the labor intensiveness of developing and maintaining related school system-specific administrative guidelines
  • Enforces high standards for ethics and conduct for all employee classifications
  • Provides clear guidance to “front-line” administrators and supervisors
  • Helps reduce discipline-related grievances and complaints of unfair labor practices (where applicable)
  • Minimizes employee conduct issues to maximize student achievement