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E402 – Empowering Employees

  • Effective - 5/24/2016
  • Revision - 9/25/2018

    The Board of Education values all employees of Jordan School District.

  1. Licensed Employees
    1. Jordan District licensed employees will recognize they are valued by:
      1. Targeted professional development
        1. School wide, leadership team driven
        2. Self-select
        3. District wide
      2. Opportunities for growth by enhancing professional/classroom skills.
      3. Recognizing licensed employees as professionals and providing opportunities for educator input.
      4. Recognizing and rewarding quality performance.
    2. Evidence of the above will be provided through multiple means, including:
      1. Creating a competitive salary schedule to recruit, attract, and retain high quality licensed employees by:
        1. Conducting ongoing comparison studies of licensed employee pay and turnover rates along the Wasatch Front.
        2. Conducting and reviewing the results of licensed employee exit surveys.
      2. Conducting and reviewing the results of professional development needs assessment surveys and professional development exit surveys.
      3. Gathering evidence of the opportunities provided for licensed employees to give input.  Examples of anecdotal evidence will also be provided that action was taken based on employee feedback.
  2. Classified Employees
    1. Jordan District classified employees will recognize they are valued through:
      1. Targeted professional development
        1. Department/site driven
        2. Self-select
        3. District wide
      2. Opportunities for growth by enhancing professional skills.
      3. Recognition of classified staff as skilled employees and providing opportunities for employee suggestions.
      4. Recognizing and rewarding quality performance.
    2. Evidence of the above will be provided through multiple means, including:
      1. Creating a competitive salary schedule to recruit, attract, and retain high quality classified employees by:
        1. Conducting comparison studies of classified employee pay and turnover rates along the Wasatch Front as the need arises.
        2. Conducting and reviewing the results of classified employee exit surveys.
      2. Conducting and reviewing the results of the bi-yearly Contract Classified Employee Survey.
      3. Gathering anecdotal evidence of the opportunities provided for classified employees to give suggestions and feedback.