SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Educators inside the San Francisco unified faculty district are protesting as a result of they are saying the brand new payroll system messed with their paychecks.
The faculty district says it’s payroll division has transitioned to a brand new system. During the transition, many points have popped up together with lecturers not getting paid.
The union that represents San Francisco lecturers are holding a rally to convey consideration to what they are saying are lecturers not receiving their full salaries for the reason that starting of the 12 months.
“We have hundreds if not thousands of teachers, para educators, counselors, social workers and other staff who are owed thousands of dollars,” Leslie Hu from the United Educators of San Francisco mentioned.
Tenderloin Community faculty trainer Danthu Pham says she is experiencing an excessive hardship after not receiving a paycheck for working fulltime, plus some extra additional time hours in February.
“My rent is late, and I had to write an email to the landlord, showing them that this has been happening to me and other educators in our city,” Pham mentioned. “I haven’t been able to pay for my groceries.”
The paycheck drawback stems from SFSUD transitioning to a brand new payroll system in the beginning of the 12 months.
“I represent one of the districts of the city that has the highest concentration of teachers living in San Francisco,” San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Asha Safai mentioned. “We want to make sure people get paid.”
Spokesperson despatched KRON4 an announcement that reads partly:
“This is inexcusable and should not have happened. It is SFUSD’s responsibility to pay its employees accurately and on time. We deeply apologize to every employee who has experienced a delay.”
Teachers have expressed their emotions in direction of the assertion. They imagine it won’t assist their monetary state of affairs.
“I already have to take out my savings to pay for the rent from last month, Pham said. “And I don’t have any more money”