Q&A with the Experts: Simplifying K-12 Labor and Grants Compliance

Easing the burden of labor compliance and reporting.

School district labor compliance and grant tracking can be difficult without the right tools. In a discussion titled, Simplifying K-12 Labor and Grants Compliance, gain insight from K-12 leaders and industry experts about how to make these duties easier.

In this Q&A with the Experts, discover what school districts are doing to ensure they are in compliance with labor regulations.

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During the discussion, Rob Tibbs, K-12 industry consultant at UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group), asks Scott Frein, senior VP of state government relations at McGuireWoods Consulting, and Billy Beattie, director of business systems, payroll, and benefits at Humble Independent School District, to share their views on:

  • What school districts should do to ensure labor compliance
  • How school districts can track employee time to maintain compliance
  • Common errors that school districts make in paying nonexempt employees
  • Steps school districts should take when reporting labor charged to federal grants

Download highlights of this informative discussion to learn what school districts can do to more easily handle labor compliance tasks.

“Personnel activity reporting is a critical piece to not only ensuring compliance with current-year funding but also getting future-year funds.”

Rob Tibbs
K-12 Industry Consultant
UKG